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Rolling Stones*Let It Bleed

Label:ABKCO – 882 332-1
Series:The Rolling Stones Remastered Series
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo
Country:Europe
Released:
Genre:Rock
Style:Blues Rock, Rock & Roll, Country Rock

Tracklist

A1Gimmie Shelter
BassBill Wyman
DrumsCharlie Watts
Guitar [Guitars]Keith Richards
Harmonica [Harp]Mick Jagger
PercussionJimmy Miller
PianoNicky Hopkins
A2Love In Vain
BassBill Wyman
DrumsCharlie Watts
Guitar [Guitars]Keith Richards
MandolinRy Cooder
VocalsMick Jagger
Written-ByRobert Johnson
A3Country Honk
Acoustic GuitarKeith Richards
DrumsCharlie Watts
FiddleByron Berline
Slide GuitarMick Taylor
A4Live With Me
Arranged By [Horns]Leon Russell
DrumsCharlie Watts
Guitar [Guitars]Keith Richards, Mick Taylor
Tenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax]Bobby Keys
VocalsMick Jagger
A5Let It Bleed
AutoharpBill Wyman
BassBill Wyman
DrumsCharlie Watts
Guitar [Guitars]Keith Richards
PianoIan Stewart
VocalsMick Jagger
B1Midnight Rambler
BassBill Wyman
DrumsCharlie Watts
Guitar [Guitars]Keith Richards
PercussionBrian Jones (5)
Vocals, Harmonica [Harp]Mick Jagger
B2You Got The Silver
AutoharpBrian Jones (5)
BassBill Wyman
DrumsCharlie Watts
Guitar [Guitars]Keith Richards
OrganNicky Hopkins
PianoNicky Hopkins
VocalsKeith Richards
B3Monkey Man
BassBill Wyman
DrumsCharlie Watts
Guitar [Guitars]Keith Richards
PianoNicky Hopkins
TambourineJimmy Miller
Vibraphone [Vibes]Bill Wyman
B4You Can't Always Get What You Want
Arranged By [Choral]Jack Nitzsche
BassBill Wyman
DrumsJimmy Miller
French HornAl Kooper
Guitar [Guitars]Keith Richards
OrganAl Kooper
PercussionRocky Dijon
PianoAl Kooper
VocalsMick Jagger
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Notes

Marketed as 180 gram but this is not labelled on the release or packaging.
ABKCO's The Rolling Stones DSD Remastered

[On spine, inner sleeve and labels]
THE ROLLING STONES

[On inner sleeve]
HARD KNOX AND DURTY SOX
All Selections Published by ABKCO Music, Inc. except #2 Published by King Of Spades Music
Sound Restoration & Archive Coordinator: Steve Rosenthal/The Magic Shop
THIS RECORD SHOULD BE PLAYED LOUD

[On labels]
©2003 ℗1969 ABKCO Records. Made in EU
THIS RECORD SHOULD BE PLAYED LOUD

[On back]
©2003 ABKCO Records. Printed in EU.

DSD (Direct Stream Digital) & SBM Direct (Super Bit Mapping Direct) are Trademarks of Sony & Philips.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 42288 23321 3
  • Barcode (Scanned): 042288233213
  • Rights Society: BIEM/MCPS
  • Label Code: LC0171
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A etched, variant 1): 882 332-1 A 9004-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B etched, variant 1): 882 332-1 B 9004-1B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A stamped, 9004-1A etched, variant 2): 5̶ ̶A̶2̶2̶5̶ 8823321-A 9004-1A
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B etched, variant 2): 8823321 9004-1B

Other Versions (5 of 444)

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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
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Let It Bleed (LP, Album, Stereo, Unboxed Labels)Decca, DeccaSKL 5025, SKL. 5025UK1969
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Let It Bleed (LP, Album, Stereo)Decca, DeccaSKLM 5025, SKLM.5025New Zealand1969
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Let It Bleed (LP, Album, Mono)DeccaLK 5025UK1969

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Reviews

  • letscheckitout's avatar
    The labels and inner sleeve could have been done a lot better - comes off looking quite bootleg-y.
    • biilyedwards's avatar
      biilyedwards
      Edited 6 months ago
      Holy smokes! Get this, sounds like they're playing in the room. Snappy drums, thick bass, a joy to listen to. Extremely impressed, especially considering how cheaply you can pick this up.
      • liivdd's avatar
        liivdd
        I have a copy of this with the label for side B stuck to both sides. Side A and B are still imprinted upon the vinyl though. Is this worthy of creating a new sub?
        • Johan.rod's avatar
          Johan.rod
          Great album with so many classics, the best of the stones !
          • mgrenwic's avatar
            mgrenwic
            If you don’t have anything else this will do. Music sounds good, the vocal has been lost. I find with all these reissues that the vocal suffers the most, not even close to an older analog cut. This is compressed and all the same, very little dynamics. At least they were upfront with “DSD” the vinyl is well pressed and quiet. Recommend spending more and getting an older cut.
            • Thinningjewfro86's avatar
              I think it sounds great and the price/condition calculus is a no brainer for mere mortals.
              that being said, there's a London Records first press in what i recall to be excellent condition boxed up in my moms basement 3000 miles away I would surely love to shootout against this now that I have a real hifi.
              • Plumcrazyfx's avatar
                Plumcrazyfx
                Generally sounds pretty good but what's the deal with burying the riffing at the end of Monkey Man. My favorite part and you can hardly hear it in this mix.
                • augbellanguer's avatar
                  Does anyone know why this has 'Gimmie Shelter' instead of 'Gimme Shelter'?
                  • soymartin07's avatar
                    soymartin07
                    A thousand times better than the 50th anniversary "horror" edition.
                    • AppleBlossome88's avatar
                      WOW !
                      Sound is so rich and clear, fantastic !
                      Not being a Rilling Stones fan I fell in love with this album.

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