The Rolling Stones – Beggars Banquet - Brian Jones on Sitar - Anniversary Edition - 1968 Classic Rock - 180 Grm 2LP + Flexi
The Rolling Stones – Beggars Banquet
ABKCO – 000187 7185161 5, ABKCO – 000187 7185171 4, ABKCO – 000187 7185181 3, ABKCO – 000187 7185191 2, Decca – 000187 7185181 3, London Records – 000187 7185171 4
All Media, Anniversary Edition
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo, 180 Gram
Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Single Sided, Etched, Mono, 180 gram
Flexi-disc, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM
Packaged in slip cover with gatefold LP sleeve containing the LP and 12 in. 45 rpm disc, a bonus picture sleeve with a flexi disc plus a download card for mp3s of the album and bonus content.
Flip side of the 45 rpm disc is embossed with an image of the gatefold front cover.
No durations appear on this release.
On back of the slip cover:
Original Beggars Banquet gatefold jacket with 12" LP remastered on 180 gram vinyl
"Sympathy For The Devil' 12" Original Mono Mix with Etched Back
Bonus Flexi Disc: "Hello! This is Mick Jagger" LONDON to TOKYO April 17, 1968 Interview"
16 Nov 2018
Blues Rock, Rock & Roll
A1 Sympathy For The Devil
A2 No Expectations
A3 Dear Doctor
A4 Parachute Woman
A5 Jig-Saw Puzzle
B1 Street Fighting Man
B2 Prodigal Son
B3 Stray Cat Blues
B4 Factory Girl
B5 Salt Of The Earth
C Sympathy For The Devil
Bonus Flexi Disc
London To Tokyo April 17, 1968 Interview
D Hello! This Is Mick Jagger
Manufactured By – ABKCO Music And Records, Inc.
Phonographic Copyright (p) – ABKCO Music And Records, Inc.
Copyright (c) – ABKCO Music And Records, Inc.
Remastered At – Gateway Mastering
Engineered At – ABKCO Studios
Engineered At – Battery Studios, London
Lacquer Cut At – Abbey Road Studios
Published By – ABKCO Music, Inc.
Published By – Wynwood Music Co. Inc.
Lacquer Cut At – Black Matter Mastering
Art Direction [Repackage] – Alisa Coleman
Artwork [Vinyl Etching] – Dan/Bmm
Concept By – Lenne Allik
Lacquer Cut By – Sean Magee
Layout [Repackage] – Bayondai Design, Brian Fitzpatrick
Management, Legal – William Pittenger
Photography By [Front And Back] – Barry Feinstein
Photography By [Inside] – Michael Josephs
Producer, Design [Original] – Jimmy Miller
Production Manager [Production Coordinator] – Anthony Kott, Maria Papazahariou
Promotion [Sales And Marketing] – Cathy Bauer, Julian Klein
Remastered By [Mastering and Sound Restoration], Restoration [Sound Restoration] – Bob Ludwig
Restoration [Restoration Producer], Producer [Restoration Producer], Transferred By [Analog To Digital Transfers] – Teri Landi
Transferred By [Analog To Digital Transfers] – Matt Cavaluzzo
Written-By – Jagger And Richards* (tracks: A1 to A5, B2 to C), Rev. Wilkins (tracks: B1)
℗ & © 2018 ABKCO Music And Records, Inc."
Cat. No. 000187 7185161 5 on slip cover
Cat. No. 000187 7185161 4 on spine of gatefold sleeve
Cat. No. 000187 7185171 4 on LP labels
Cat. No. 000187 7185181 3 on 45 rpm 12in. label
Cat. No. 000187 7185191 2 on flexidisc picture sleeve and disc
Analog to Digital transfers: ABKCO Studios, Battery Studios
Wynwood Music Co., Inc. appears as Wynwood Music Company, Inc.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Barcode (text on slip cover): 0 18771 85161 5
Barcode (text on gatefold sleeve): 0 18771 85171 4
Matrix / Runout (Side A, Etched, 8516-1A is rotated 180°): 8516-1A 31057.1 (3) ...
Matrix / Runout (Side B, Etched, 8516-1B is rotated 180°): 8516-1B 31057.2 (3) ...
Matrix / Runout (Side C, Etched, 8516-1C is rotated 180°): 8516-1C 31057.3 (3) ...
Matrix / Runout (Flexi Disc, stamped except | | // /// // etched): 7185191 | | // /// // 1794510/A2
Beggars Banquet is an LP released in 1968 by The Rolling Stones. It marked a return to the band's R&B roots, generally viewed as simpler and more primal than the conspicuous psychedelics of Their Satanic Majesties Request.
Beggars Banquet was Brian Jones' last substantial effort with The Rolling Stones. In addition to his slide work on "No Expectations," he played harmonica on "Dear Doctor" and "Prodigal Son." He also played sitar and tambura on "Street Fighting Man" and mellotron using the same brass sound he selected for "We Love You" on "Stray Cat Blues".
In December 1968, the album was released with a simple imitation invitation card cover.
Critics considered the LP as a return to form. It was also a clear commercial success, reaching #3 in the UK and #5 in the US (on the way to eventual platinum status).
In 2003, the album was ranked number 57 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time. In 2003 the TV network VH1 named Beggars Banquet the 67th greatest album of all time.
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