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Rolling Stones*Let It Bleed

Label:ABKCO – 8584-1
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo, 50th Anniversary Edition, 180g
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Blues Rock, Rock & Roll, Classic Rock

Tracklist

A1Gimme Shelter
HarpMick Jagger
PercussionJimmy Miller
PianoNicky Hopkins
VocalsMerry Clayton
4:30
A2Love In Vain
MandolinRy Cooder
4:19
A3Country Honk
Acoustic GuitarKeith Richards
FiddleByron Berline
Slide GuitarMick Taylor
VocalsNanette Newman
3:07
A4Live With Me
Arranged By [Horns]Leon Russell
GuitarMick Taylor
Tenor SaxophoneBobby Keys
3:33
A5Let It Bleed
AutoharpBill Wyman
PianoIan Stewart
5:28
B1Midnight Rambler
HarpMick Jagger
PercussionBrian Jones (5)
6:52
B2You Got The Silver
AutoharpBrian Jones (5)
Piano, OrganNicky Hopkins
2:50
B3Monkey Man
PianoNicky Hopkins
TambourineJimmy Miller
Vibraphone [Vibes]Bill Wyman
4:11
B4You Can't Always Get What You Want
Arranged By [Choral Arrangements]Jack Nitzsche
DrumsJimmy Miller
PercussionRocky Dijon
Piano, French Horn, OrganAl Kooper
7:28
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℗ & © 2019 ABKCO Music & Records

Golden/black hype-sticker on shrinkwrap:
50th Anniversary Edition
180g LP

Made in the EU [labels, back sleeve]

Comes with download code on extra card enabling 9-track download in MP3 format (320 kBit/s) via redeem.thesoundofvinyl.com.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 018771858416
  • Label Code: LC 22670
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side A, etched): BJ 85267-01 A1 [7185791 A scratched out] 7185841 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, side B, etched): BJ 85267-01 B1 [7185791 B scratched out] 7185841 B
  • Rights Society: BMI

Other Versions (5 of 404)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
Let It Bleed (LP, Album, Terre Haute Pressing)London RecordsNPS-4US1969
Let It Bleed (LP, Album, Stereo)Decca, DeccaSLK 16 640-P, SLK 16 640 PGermany1969
Recently Edited
Let It Bleed (LP, Album, Stereo, Unboxed Labels)Decca, DeccaSKL 5025, SKL. 5025UK1969
Let It Bleed (LP, Album, Stereo)DeccaSKLM 5025New Zealand1969
Recently Edited
Let It Bleed (LP, Album, Mono)DeccaLK 5025UK1969

Reviews

  • RightInTheGroove's avatar
    Keith's solo guitar is buried so deep in the mix you can barely make it out. This is particularly noticeable on Gimme Shelter, pretty muddy overall as well. Disappointing pressing to say the least. Standard issue CDs sound better than this.
    • Jeroenparren87's avatar
      Terrible pressing, you almost cant hear the singing. It sounds like the band is playing a stunning performance on stage and you are listening outside of the building smoking a cigarette.
      • Slugmeister's avatar
        Slugmeister
        After searching high and low for a good used copy of this on vinyl after selling my original release copy a few years back, I decided to take a chance on this release. Like the minority here, I find no issues with this copy. Of course, I have nothing to compare with, but it all sounds solid.
        • MichaelBenedet's avatar
          I have nothing to complain about my copy, great background silence, dynamic micro and macros present and great instrumental detailing. Strong punch on the drums and clear realism on the guitar picks.

          Equipment tested:

          Rega RP8 Aphetta2
          PSAUDIO BHK SIGNATURE
          PSAUDIO BHK POWER 250
          BW 800 D
          CABLES AUDIOQUEST ROCKFELLER
          CABLES FURUTECH
          • Roger_eckhardt's avatar
            Edited one year ago
            Compared to the UK original, the EQ is a bit darker, the overall sound therefore murkier, but
            IMO, a bit of murk fits this record well and there is still very good depth and clarity.
            And listening at high volume shouldn't be a problem with this EQ.
            The 2003 ABKCO is a wee bit clean in direkt (!) comparison and a 70ies German copy excessively mid-rangy.
            So no real complaints here.
            And my copy is very well pressed.
            • bawnfree's avatar
              bawnfree
              Atrocious, flat as a turtle's tit, just try turning up the volume and really hear the lack of life, soul and balls that this sorry issue is encumbered with. - Avoid!
              • Kijomori's avatar
                Kijomori
                This plays really quite badly. I returned it - will seek out another pressing.
                • boticario's avatar
                  boticario
                  The remastering is excellent, the problem is in the Optimal Media pressing, too noisy and full of clicks, especially in the quiet passages.
                  • soymartin07's avatar
                    soymartin07
                    Absolute rubbish. Do not spend a penny on this "50TH Horror Edition" The treble and shine have been removed from the original recording. It is like listening to music with a pillow in front of the speakers.