Let It Bleed (Remastered)

Let It Bleed (Remastered)

by The Rolling Stones

CD(Dutch Import)

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Product Details

Release Date: 08/22/2006
Label: Imports
UPC: 0042288233220
catalogNumber: 635288
Rank: 39842

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Rolling Stones   Primary Artist
Ry Cooder   Mandolin
Mick Jagger   Guitar,Harmonica,Harp,Keyboards,Vocals
Kooper   Organ,Piano,Horn,French Horn,Keyboards
Leon Russell   Piano
Mick Taylor   Guitar,Vocals,Slide Guitar
Charlie Watts   Drums
Madeline Bell   Vocals,Background Vocals,Choir, Chorus
Nicky Hopkins   Organ,Piano,Keyboards
Jack Nitzsche   Percussion,Keyboards
Doris Troy   Vocals,Background Vocals,Choir, Chorus
Bill Wyman   Synthesizer,Bass,Autoharp,Harp,Keyboards,Vocals,Vibes
Brian Jones   Guitar,Percussion,Autoharp,Harp,Keyboards,Vocals
Jimmy Miller   Percussion,Drums,Tambourine
Byron Berline   Fiddle,Violin
Merry Clayton   Vocals,Background Vocals
Kwasi "Rocky" Dzidzornu   Percussion
Bobby Keys   Horn,Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone
London Bach Choir   Vocals,Choir, Chorus
Nanette Newman   Vocals,Background Vocals,Choir, Chorus
Keith Richards   Acoustic Guitar,Bass,Keyboards,Vocals
Ian Stewart   Piano,Keyboards
Rocky Dijon   Percussion

Technical Credits

Leon Russell   Horn Arrangements
Jack Nitzsche   Arranger,Choir Arrangement
Jimmy Miller   Producer
Jack Byrne   Tape Archivist
Glyn Johns   Engineer
Robert "P-Nut" Johnson   Composer
Iris Keitel   Repackaging Art Direction
Mick McKenna   Tape Archivist
Steve Rosenthal   Archives Coordinator
Gus Skinas   Engineer
Alisa Ritz   Repackaging Art Direction
Lenne Allik   Concept
Nicole Monea   Design Production Assistant

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Let It Bleed (Remastered) 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
JohnQ More than 1 year ago
Stone cold classic. An equal to Beggars Banquet and second only to Exile on Main Street. Add the 3 CD "singles" set and you have one hell of a weekend in the works.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Stones second best album behind Exile on Main street. Keith's guitar work is the best he's ever made.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Has to be one of the top three Stones albums of all time. Nice blues, the token country song that you get on almost every album. The lyrics and guitar are as good as it gets. Rock On
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is why I love the Stones. They mix blues with pop and sound great. My favorite songs are "Gimme Shelter," "Love In Vain" and "You Got The Silver." "Love in Vain" is a superb blues song that sounds like something Muddy Waters or Howlin' Wolf or someone like that would write. I wouldn't buy this album if I wanted to get into the Stones. For that, you probably need "Sticky Fingers" or "Exile on Main Street."
Guest More than 1 year ago
This classic album is seen by many to be one of the greatest.I can see why.After the first listen I was hooked.The first song gimme shelter is one of the strongest on the album and is followed by the sad love in vain which could almost make you cry listening to Jaggers tearful vocals.The only bad track is the third.Country Honk is quite an earsore.The rest is class in a glass.Monkey man absoulutely rocks, as does live with me, monkey man and the title track.The album ends with You Cant Always Get What You Want.Another classic stones track starting with build up from the choir right to the faster pased ending.A must for fans alike.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I thought my 5 star rating and my title would explain my opinions for this album.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
A classic Rolling Stones Album..Yep they made albums...A must have for any true fan and music lover. The Rolling Stones are one of the best bands around, and there infulence is still being felt today.