Rolling Stones, the
Let It Bleed =Remastered=DSD

  1 x LP   150grs   33⅓rpm   

( 1969 ) 2003 EU reissue LP on 180g vinyl - One of the Stones most beloved albums 1969s Let It Bleed was a benchmark for several reasons -With Gimme Shelter and You Can't Always Get What You Want on a plate does it really been al....

Label:  Decca - ABKCO Record 
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Release date 16-09-2003 (originally released in 1969)

2003 EU reissue LP on 180g VINYL - One of the Stones most beloved albums 1969s Let It Bleed was a benchmark for several reasons -With Gimme Shelter and You Can't Always Get What You Want on a plate does it really been almost impossible to which the rest of the track list exists. Yet the whole Let It Bleed worthwhile. The album continues where Beggars Banquet left off, but does it all just a little more intense. Furthermore marks Let It Bleed especially the parting of Brian Jones, although he was still present at the recording sessions, we hardly played because of his drug problems with it yet. In June 1969, a month before his death, he was put out of the band. Presented in picture sleeve

Tracks
A1 Gimme Shelter
A2 Love In Vain
A3 Country Honk
A4 Live With Me

B1 Let It Bleed
B2 Midnight Rambler
B3 You Got the Silver
B4 You Can't Always Get What You Want

The gold standard for many Stones buffs this contains three of the bands most beloved signature hits Gimme Shelter Midnight Rambler and You Cant Always Get What You Want all of which can be found in indelible ink on most of their concert playlists But a cover of Robert Johnsons Love In Vain is an unforgettable entry in their vast blues catalog and Monkey Man is a riveting bit of drugfueled lunacy Guitarist Brian Jones died during the making of this album and Mick Taylor who eventually succeeded him filled in on some tracks The acoustic You Got The Silver is the first time Keith Richards took over lead vocals This was released in late November/early December of 1969 On December 6 1969 the Stones gave a free concert at Altamont Speedway in California where a fan was killed by a Hells Angel The event was chronicled in the Maysles brothers documentary Gimme Shelter giving Let It Bleed an unexpected boost of infamy

One of the Stones most beloved albums 1969s Let It Bleed was a benchmark for several reasons First founding guitarist Brian Jones died during the recording process Second the Stones take their last significant look at pure blues Robert Johnsons spooky Love in Vain and country Country Honk the twostepping alter ego of HonkyTonk Women before folding both styles into a cohesive rock & roll vision Third it contains some of the bands most eerie hits such as the flameenveloped Gimme Shelter the drugreality anthem Monkey Man the epic You Cant Always Get What You Want and Mick Jaggers menacing Midnight Rambler Steve Knopper

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Discs: 1
Drager(LP,EP,12,7,CD): LP
Qual(120grs,150grs,180grs): 150grs
Speed(33,45): 33
Label: Decca - ABKCO Record
Originally released: 1969
This release: 2003
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