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Perhaps the greatest record album cover of all time!

Created by Andy Warhol and photographed by Billy Name. The famous crotch on the covered has been much rumoured to be Mick Jagger. It is NOT. There are three possibilites: Joe D'Allisandro ( A Warhol actor from The Factory), Jed Johnson (Andy Warhol's lover) or Corey Tippin (an artist at the Factory). This LP represents alot of firsts for the Rolling Stones. 1st to use the Trademark Lips that were designed by John Pasche. 1st release on the new label, Rolling Stones Records. 1st whole album played on by Mick Taylor. Decca Records, their old label, informed them that they still owed them another song. SO, the Stones sent them, "C*cksucker Blues". The jokes on them! This LP has been released in the Vinyl, Cassette, 8 Track & CD formats. All song by Jagger/Richards except: "You Gotta Move" by Fred McDowell and that song published by Gideon Music.

 

Engineers: Glyn & Andy Johns

Producer: Jimmy Miller

Length: 46:25

Design: Craig Braun

TRACKS

  1. Brown Sugar
  2. Sway
  3. Wild Horses
  4. Can't You Hear Me Knocking
  5. You Gotta Move
  6. Bitch
  7. I Got the Blues
  8. Sister Morphine
  9. Dead Flowers
  10. Moonlight Mile

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Song Language:
English

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Type:
LP
# of Disks/LPs:
1
Record Speed - RPM:
33.3
Published:
April 1971
Packaging Made In:
United States
Media Made In:
United States
Material:
Plastic
Cover Language:
English
Comes with:
Insert(s), Sleeve(s)
Reference #:
526690
UPC Code:
CD 7464 40488 2

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HDBID:
526690
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2020-01-07