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Let It Bleed: 50th Anniversary Limited Deluxe Edition

Let It Bleed: 50th Anniversary Limited Deluxe Edition by The Rolling Stones buy album

The Rolling Stones

Label: ABKCO
Released: 2019
Views: 476

Track Listing

GimmeShelter; Love In Vain; Country Honk; Live with Me; Let It Bleed; Midnight Rambler; You Got the Silver; Monkey Man; You Can’t Always Get What You Want.

Personnel

The Rolling Stones
The Rolling Stones

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Additional Personnel / Information

Mick Jagger: lead vocals, backing vocals, harmonica, acoustic guitar; Keith Richards: electric guitar, acoustic guitar, slide guitar, backing vocals, bass guitar, lead vocal; Brian Jones: congas, autoharp; Bill Wyman: bass guitar; autoharp, vibraphone; Charlie Watts: drums; Mick Taylor; slide guitar, electric guitar; Ian Stewart: piano; Nicky Hopkins: piano, organ; Byron Berline: fiddle; Merry Clayton: co-lead vocals; Ry Cooder: mandolin; Bobby Keys: tenor saxophone; Rocky Dijon; percussion; Jimmy Miller: percussion, drums, tambourine; Leon Russell: piano and horn arrangement; Jack Nitzsche: choral arrangements; Al Kooper: piano, French horn, organ; Doris Troy; Madeline Bell, Nanette Workman: backing vocals; The London Bach Choir: vocals.

Album Description

Multi-media anniversary set


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