THE ROLLING STONES Released Their Top Album ‘LET IT BLEED’ 50 Years Ago…

4 December 2016

THE ROLLING STONES released ‘LET IT BLEED’ one of their best albums on 5 December 1969, 50 years ago. They rocked harder than before and lyrically they explored sexual
and demonic territories where they had never been before. Rolling Stone wrote, “Whether
it was spiritual, menstrual or visceral, the Stones made sure you went home covered in blood.”
. The record topped the UK Chart and peaked at #3 in the US.

Mick Taylor had joined the band as Brian Jones was fired in the midst of the recording sessions. He only played on two tracks and passed away 5 months before the LP came
out. Eventually, it was Keith Richards who did almost all the guitar parts.

Key Tracks: Gimme Shelter / Love In Vain / Midnight Rambler / Country Honk (actually another title for their hit single ‘Honky Tonk Woman’ / ‘You Can’t Always Get What You Want’

Album in full…

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THE ROLLING STONES: Website

5 Masterpiece Albums Turning… 50 In 2019

Going back in sonic history looking for memorable albums…

Here come Five Masterpiece Albums, selected
by Turn Up The Volume turning 50 next year!

The Stooges by THE STOOGES

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‘The Velvet Underground’ by THE VELVET UNDERGROUND

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‘Let It Bleed’ by THE ROLLING STONES

Stream here…

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‘Trout Mask Replica’ by CAPTAIN BEEFHEART & HIS MAGIC BAND

– ‘Abbey Road‘ by THE BEATLES

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