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Let It Bleed

The Rolling Stones

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Gimme Shelter
The Rolling Stones
Love In Vain
The Rolling Stones
Country Honk
The Rolling Stones
Live With Me
The Rolling Stones
Let It Bleed
The Rolling Stones
Midnight Rambler
The Rolling Stones
You Got The Silver
The Rolling Stones
Monkey Man
The Rolling Stones
You Can't Always Get What You Want
The Rolling Stones
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    42:25
UK Albums Chart - #1, 1969
Billboard 200 - #3, 1969

"... an overwhelming recording ... it hits from both sides, with no laughs, no innuendos and nothing held back. The Stones have never done anything better."
- Rolling Stone

"... impeccable, although no amount of sonic makeover can remove the dread from Gimme Shelter or the raunch from Live With Me. A."
- Entertainment Weekly

The first Rolling Stones studio album to be released following the departure of Brian Jones and his subsequent death, Let It Bleed marks the debut of his replacement, the 20-year-old guitarist Mick Taylor. Produced again by Jimmy Miller, who did Beggars Banquet, each side of the album opens with a classic: Gimme Shelter, with Merry Clayton’s wonderful backing vocal and Midnight Rambler, songs that have been part of the Stones live shows for the last four decades. Let It Bleed also features a blues cover, this time Love In Vain by Robert Johnson. The last track on the record is the ambitious and very different You Can’t Always Get What You Want featuring the London Bach Choir and Al Kooper on keyboards and French horn.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – ABKCO Music & Records, Inc. Studio Masters

Produced by Jimmy Miller
Restoration Producer: Jody H. Klein
Sound Restoration & Archive Coordinator: Steve Rosenthal/The Magic Shop Analog to Digital Transfers & Tape Archive Research: Teri Landi
Mastering: Bob Ludwig/Gateway Mastering
Engineer: Gus Skinas
Additional Tape Archive Research: Jane Byrne & Mick McKenna
Additional Analog to Digital Transfer: Jon Astley & Pascal Byrne
Production Assistants: Maria Papazahariou & Laura Walton

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