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The Rolling Stones - Let It Bleed - Original 1969 UK Decca label 9-track Stereo LP - Unboxed Labels, Inner Sleeve, Poster

€ 375
ArtistThe Rolling Stones
TitleLet It Bleed - Original 1969 UK Decca label 9-track Stereo LP - Unboxed Labels, Inner Sleeve, Poster
Price € 375
Record labelDecca
Catalogue noSKL 5025
Year of release1969
GradingVG+(+) (Vinyl and Labels)/VG+(+) (Inner Sleeve)/M- (Poster)/VG++ (Cover)
Stock listThe Rolling Stones
Additional infoRare 1969 UK Decca label 9-track stereo LP.

Vinyl has the generic blue and silver 'Full Frequency Stereophonic Sound' Company labels with top unboxed Company logo.

Vinyl has machine stamped matrix information:
Side 1: XZAL-9363-P-2W, mother/stamper: 2B IU, taxcode JT
Side 2: XZAL-9364-P-6W, mother/stamper: 1 HA, taxcode JT

Vinyl is housed in a custom printed blue printed title and credits stereo tracklisting inner sleeve and ultimately in a 'Full Rolling Stones Poster Included' front stickered picture cover - 'Clarifoil' laminated on front and over the spine.
Cover is printed in England by the Upton Printing Group has mono/stereo indicator hole on the back of cover upper right... this copy comes complete with rare fold out poster.

Additional details - label describtion:

Side 1 & side 2:
Publisihing year: At the bottom of the label
Font style: Times New Roman looking text font.
Publishing credits: After each song title
Speed is included on the label. The master tape number, which is to be found just above the catalogue number, is the right way - on some label variations the master tape number is upside down.

Condition: VG+(+) (Vinyl and Labels)/VG+(+) (Inner Sleeve)/M- (Poster)/VG++ (Cover):

Vinyl is supremely bright bright and shiny. Side 1 has a single barely noticeable sleeve mark - Side 2 has two extremely light surface marks - but is otherwise perfect.

Labels are mint without any signs of use or handling - simply extraordinarily nice vinyl - graded at least close to near perfect/excellent.

Vinyl plays straight and with no noise - just superb dynamics, tone and grand volume. Perfect playgrading.

Inner sleeve has lighter inevitable signs of storing the album - graded close to near perfect/excellent.

The poster is mint - and cover is just extreeeemely close to perfect. Perfect intact laminate without wrinkling or creasing. Perfect sticker. Back is without any signs of wear or other signs of handling. Seams are perfect, spine corners mint. Opening corners has very, very faint dents - pretty astonishing when you consider the level of detsruction you normally feces when you are facing a pre-loved Rolling Stones album. This is simply a more than decent copy - very nice.


Side 1:
1. Gimmie Shelter
2. Love In Vain
3. Country Honk
4. Live With Me
5. Let It Bleed

Side 2:
1. Midnight Rambler
2. You Got The Silver
3. Monkey Man
4. You Can't Always Get What You Want


The Rolling Stones:
Mick Jagger - lead vocals (except "You Got the Silver"), harmonica on "Gimme Shelter" and "Midnight Rambler"
Keith Richards - guitars on "Gimme Shelter", "Love in Vain", "Live with Me", "Let It Bleed", "Midnight Rambler", "You Got the Silver", "Monkey Man", and "You Can't Always Get What You Want", acoustic guitar on "Country Honk", bass guitar on "Live with Me", backing vocals on "Gimme Shelter", "Country Honk" and "Monkey Man", lead vocals on "You Got the Silver"
Brian Jones - percussion on "Midnight Rambler", autoharp on "You Got the Silver"
Mick Taylor - slide guitar on "Country Honk", guitars on "Live with Me"
Charlie Watts - drums (except "You Can't Always Get What You Want")
Bill Wyman - bass guitar (except "Country Honk" and "Live with Me"), autoharp on "Let It Bleed", vibes on "Monkey Man"

Additional musicians:
Ian Stewart - piano on "Let It Bleed"
Nicky Hopkins - piano on "Gimme Shelter", "Live with Me", "You Got the Silver" and "Monkey Man", organ on "You Got the Silver"
Byron Berline - fiddle on "Country Honk"
Merry Clayton - backing vocals on "Gimme Shelter" (credited as "Mary Clayton")
Ry Cooder - mandolin on "Love in Vain"
Bobby Keys - tenor saxophone on "Live with Me"
Jimmy Miller - percussion on "Gimme Shelter", drums on "You Can't Always Get What You Want", tambourine on "Monkey Man"
Leon Russell - piano and horn arrangement on "Live with Me"
Jack Nitzsche - choral arrangements on "You Can't Always Get What You Want"
Al Kooper - piano, French horn and organ on "You Can't Always Get What You Want"
Nanette Workman - backing vocals on "Country Honk" and "You Can't Always Get What You Want" (not actress Nanette Newman as credited on the LP)
Doris Troy - backing vocals on "You Can't Always Get What You Want"
Madeline Bell - backing vocals on "You Can't Always Get What You Want"
Rocky Dijon - percussion on "You Can't Always Get What You Want"
The London Bach Choir - vocals on "You Can't Always Get What You Want"

Technical credits:
Jimmy Miller -Production
Glyn Johns - Engineer

Don McAllester - Photography
Victor Kahn - Sleeve & Poster Design
Robert Brownjohn - Cover & Liner Design