(Album) - Lei It Bleed - The Rolling Stones
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  • Not surprisingly, for this reason, I found the very Ry Cooder and Al Kooper in the credits, putting the album in a worthy position
  • It's an album full of Their Satanic Majesties maturity where the black sound is definitely for bet
  • I think it does not reach the level of perfection of later works (especially Exile on Main Street and Siticky fingers ), but defines the most dirty sound stone

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      Apotheosis sound of the band Jimmy Miller, who in the mid-60s reconverted the beethelian copy into a single group, introducing the black sound across the Atlantic. Not surprisingly, for this reason, I found the very Ry Cooder and Al Kooper in the credits, putting the album in a worthy position . Including my favorite subject “Gimmie Shelter” that was heard that Scorsese’s “Casino” but for which he didn’t pay the rights, also do not bother in Burco in the

      soundtrack, you know that Abckd is not given the rights of the crown jewel.

      This “Let it bleed” stoniano brings blood, sweat, whiskey and all the tavern sound you can hear. It’s an album full of Their Satanic Majesties maturity where the black sound is definitely for bet. I think it does not reach the level of perfection of later works (especially “Exile on Main Street” and “Siticky fingers”), but defines the most “dirty” sound stone.

      No waste, but especially recommended ...


      • are the true hymn is “You Can not Always Get What You Want,” “Gimme Shelter”, “Midnight Rambler” (based on the real case of the Boston Strangler) or the actual “Let it bleed”. A special mention is deserved to the particular and country version of “Honky Tonk Woman” here titled “Country honk.”

        Great album that was, if memory serves me correctly, the last of the late Brian Jones. It is a rock & roll and openly flirting fortune with a rural

        blues, full of emotion and taste and leaves definitely pop back stages, beat or mod or whatever you want to call (I’m not good for the labels, really represented on albums (good also) such as “Aftermath” or “Between the buttons” above all.

        In short, is an album that has no waste, one of the masterpieces of the Rolling Stones. If you realize they love this album themselves: almost all the songs are still part of his current repertoire. There must be a reason….




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