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Let It Bleed

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Let It Bleed
Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 28, 1969 (1969-11-28)
StudioOlympic Studios
ProducerJimmy Miller
The Rolling Stones chronology
Beggars Banquet
Let It Bleed
Sticky Fingers
Singles from Let It Bleed
  1. "Let It Bleed"/"You Got the Silver"
    Released: January 1970 (Japan only)

Let It Bleed is an album by the Rolling Stones. The Rolling Stones are an English rock band. It is the band's eighth album in the UK and tenth album in the US. Decca Records and London Records released it in November 1969.

The band made the album while many things were happening. Brian Jones was using drugs. He was not helping the band make music. The band fired Jones. They replaced him with Mick Taylor. Jones is only on two songs in the album. He died around a month after he was fired. For most of the songs on the album, Keith Richards is the only guitar player.[1]

Let It Bleed was number one on the UK Albums Chart. It was number three on the Billboard 200. The album did not have any singles that charted high. Many songs on the album were popular. Some popular songs from the album are "Gimme Shelter" and "You Can't Always Get What You Want".[2] The album was put in the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2005.[3]

Track listing

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No. TitleWriter(s) Length
1. "Gimme Shelter"  Mick Jagger / Keith Richards 4:30
2. "Love in Vain"  Robert Johnson 4:19
3. "Country Honk"  Mick Jagger / Keith Richards 3:07
4. "Live with Me"  Mick Jagger / Keith Richards 3:33
5. "Let It Bleed"  Mick Jagger / Keith Richards 5:27
6. "Midnight Rambler"  Mick Jagger / Keith Richards 6:52
7. "You Got the Silver"  Mick Jagger / Keith Richards 2:50
8. "Monkey Man"  Mick Jagger / Keith Richards 4:11
9. "You Can't Always Get What You Want"  Mick Jagger / Keith Richards 7:28
Total length:

Band members

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  1. Egan, Sean (2005). Rolling Stones and the making of Let It Bleed. Unanimous Ltd. pp. 206–. ISBN 1-90331-877-7.
  2. "Album Reviews: The Rolling Stones – Let it Bleed". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 31 October 2009.
  3. "Grammy Hall of Fame Letter L". Grammy. Retrieved 5 May 2020.
  4. Rolling Stones – Let It Bleed (1969, Terre Haute Pressing, Vinyl). Discogs

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