One of the 4 arguably greatest albums released in sequence of all time along with Beggar's Banquet, Sticky Fingers and Exile On Main Street.
1969's "Let It Bleed" contains a couple of my all-time favorite Rolling Stones songs.
For your viewing pleasure. - I've included a music-video here of The Stones performing "Gimme Shelter".
Hello, darlings! - The Rolling Stones were really letting it bleed with this musical offering from 1969.
I like some of the songs on this vintage Rolling Stones CD.
Two of my favourite songs on this 1969 offering from the Rolling Stones are "Gimme Shelter" and "You Can't Always Get What You Want".
Originally released back in December, 1969 - "Let It Bleed" would be the Rolling Stones' 8th studio album. This album is considered, by many, to be one of the Rolling Stones' best offerings, ever.
Believe it, or not - This particular album was so popular, at the time, that sales for it soared so high on the record charts that it actually demoted the Beatles' "Abbey Road" album for a few very critical weeks.
This album is also noteworthy due to it being the very last Rolling Stones' record where guitarist, Brian Jones would appear as part of the group's musical line-up. Before this album was officially released - Brian Jones would already be dead, found drowned in his own swimming pool.
Out of "Let It Bleed's" nine tracks, 2 of my all-time favourites are - Gimme Shelter, and You Can't Always Get What You Want (*Be sure to watch video*).
Great album, but the disc is damaged. The last two tracks skip. So be forewarned...
After Exile on Main Street, this is the greatest Rolling Stones album. It truly is one of the all time greats. Nobody has recorded a more powerful version of Robert Johnson's Love in Vain. Richard's guitar and Jaggar's vocals kill this song. Midnight Rambler is a masterpiece. The entire album from start to finish rocks!
The Rolling Stones made many masterpiece albums, but maybe the best was "Let It Bleed". Who ever is responsible for adding Merry Clayton to the song "Let It Bleed" was a genius. Our grandchildren will be playing the Rolling Stones albums. Hopefully, "Let It Bleed" will never go out of print!
Just heard "Let It Bleed" again" and it knocked me out!! Then I thought of you...yes you!! Maybe your not familiar with "Let It Bleed". You may have heard it many years ago, but really don't remember much of it. Try it in your car cd player. That is where I can really turn this baby up! What a glorious sound from the great Rolling Stones!
Anyone who loves Gimme Shelter, as I do, also should watch the documentary "20 Feet From Stardom" for the account of how Merry Clayton came to provide the memorable background vocal.
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