Rolling Stones - Beggars Banquet (50th Anniversary)
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The Rolling Stones’ landmark 1968 album Beggars Banquet celebrates it's 50th Anniversary with deluxe vinyl edition. The album features many of The Stones most memorable tracks, including "Sympathy For The Devil", "Street Fighting Man", "No Expectations", and "Parachute Woman".
Recorded between March and July of 1968 at Olympic Sound Studios in London, Beggars Banquet was the first Stones album produced by Jimmy Miller, and marks the start of what is considered their most prolific album era.
This limited edition features a gatefold jacket with a bonus 12” of the album’s celebrated opening track, ‘Sympathy For the Devil,’ in mono. That disc is cut at 45rpm and backed with an etching of the original “toilet” cover. Also in the package is a replica of the rare Japanese bonus flexi disc, which contains a telephone interview with Mick Jagger from 1968, and a download code for the album and interview.
Newly mastered by Grammy-winning engineer Bob Ludwig, the disc’s lacquers were cut at Abbey Road and it’s pressed on heavyweight vinyl.