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THE ROCK HOUSE ALL STARS - LET IT BLEED REVISITED

 THE ROCK HOUSE ALL STARS - LET IT BLEED REVISITED

LABEL: QUALIFIEDRECORDS.COM
RELEASE DATE: JUNE 17, 2022
DISTRIBUTION: DISTROKID

PRODUCED BY JOHN HEITHAUS AND KEVIN MCKENDREE

"Let It Bleed Revisited -An Ovation From Nashville is every bit the record
you'd hope it would be and does fine work reinventing this landmark
recording. Highly recommended." Rock & Blues Muse

Let It Bleed is the eighth British and tenth American studio album by the Rolling Stones, released on November 28, 1969. The album charted top ten, including reaching number one in the UK and number three in the US. Many songs became staples of Rolling Stones live shows and on radio stations for decades to come, including "Gimme Shelter" and "You Can't Always Get What You Want", both listed on "best ever" songs lists. In 2005, the album was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame, and is on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums of All Time list.

Let It Bleed marks a return to the group's more blues-based approach that was prominent in the pre-Aftermath period of their career. The main inspiration during this string of albums was American roots music, drawing heavily from gospel ("Gimme Shelter" and "You Can't Always Get What You Want"), Hank Williams and Jimmie Rodgers ("Country Honk"), Chicago blues ("Midnight Rambler"), as well as country blues ("You Got the Silver", Robert Johnson's "Love in Vain") and country rock ("Let It Bleed").

Qualified Records endeavored to produce a unique "tribute" album (with a twist) which features freshly reimagined arrangements. The producers handpicked lead singers for each track and encouraged them to provide their own artistic interpretations of Mick Jagger's lead vocals. The ensemble is led by co-producers ISSA nominee John Heithaus (Tom Hambridge, Jim Allchin, Luke Bulla) and the multi-Grammy® winner Kevin McKendree (Delbert McClinton, Brian Setzer Orchestra, John Hiatt.)

The producers extend their appreciation to everyone who lent their considerable talents to the project in the hopes that Stones fans across the globe enjoy our celebration of an iconic album by what Rolling 'Stone magazine has heralded as the greatest rock 'n' roll band of all time.

Tracks

  1. Gimme Shelter feat. Jimmy Hall and Bekka Bramlett
  2. Love In Vain feat. Emil Justian
  3. Country Honk feat. Lee Roy Parnell
  4. Live With Me. Feat. Seth James
  5. Let It Bleed feat. Emil Justian
  6. Midnight Rambler feat. Rick Huckaby
  7. You Got the Silver feat. Nalani Rothrock
  8. Monkey Man feat. Mike Farris
  9. You Can't Always Get What You Want feat. Wendy Moten & SARACHEL
  10. Wild Horses feat. Lilly Hiatt and Luke Bulla

The Rock House All Stars

  • John Heithaus: Bass
  • Kevin McKendree*: Keyboards, Guitars, Backing Vocals, Percussion
  • QUALIFIEDRECORDS.COM
  • Yates McKendree*: Drums
  • Rob McNelley: Acoustic and Electric Guitars, Solos

Guest Musicians:

  • James Pennebaker*: Mandolin, Steel Guitar (Love in Vain, You Got the Silver) 
  • Jimmy Hall*: Harmonica (Gimme Shelter)
  • Andrew Carney: French Horn (Can't Always Get What You Want)
  • Stephen Hanner: Harmonica (Midnight Rambler)
  • Luke Bulla*: Fiddle (Wild Horses, Country Honk)
  • Sarah and Rachel Hambridge: Backing Vocals (Can't Always Get What You Want)

  

WEBLINKS

OS: www.qualifiedrecords.com/

FB: www.facebook.com/LIBrevisited

IG: www.instagram.com/qualifiedrecordsnashville/

VIDEO

YT Channel: www.youtube.com/channel/UCH5MqGqOsoiLgQNgD6wXQCA

Radio Single: 1. Gimme Shelter

Additional recommended radio tracks: 2. Love In Vain, 8. Monkey Man
9. You Can't Always Get What You Want

Betsie Brown, Blind Raccoon, betsie@blindraccoon.com



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