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12-12-12 highlights 1: Stones

THEY GOT US ROCKIN’: The Concert for Sandy Relief lasted more than five hours—frustrating viewers who recorded it to watch later, only to discover that they got none of Paul McCartney’s closing set. Never fear—you can find it, in clips of wildly varying quality, on YouTube, including the new rocker Macca cooked up with the Nirvana guys, which he called "Here Tonight." Among the water-cooler talking points were Kanye West appearing in a black leather kilt, The Who bringing back Keith Moon for a posthumous featured role on “Bell Boy” and Adam Sandler reimagining Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” as “Sandy Screw Ya,” accompanied by Paul Shaffer at the piano—even managing to work in a reference to Mark Sanchez’s infamous butt fumble. But the line of the night belonged to Mick Jagger, who noted during the Rolling Stones’ two-song mini-set that the benefit occasioned "the largest collection of old English musicians ever assembled in Madison Square Garden." True that. (12/13a) 

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