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Rolling Stones Stray Cat Blues Beggars Banquet
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Rolling Stones "YOU GOT THE SILVER" (Beggars Banquet Rehearsals)
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The Rolling Stones - 1968 Beggars Banquet (Outtakes & Live)
Published: 2017/10/06
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The Rolling Stones - Jigsaw Puzzle
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Beggars Banquet
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Rolling Stones - Dear Doctor (Beggars Banquet Sessions)
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" Prodigal Son " Rolling Stones Beggars Banquet
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The Rolling Stones - Salt of the Earth
The Rolling Stones - Salt of the Earth
Published: 2010/06/29
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Rolling Stones - No Expectations (Beggars Banquet Rehearsals)
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Rolling Stones "STREET FIGHTING MAN" (1968) Beggars Banquet Italian Promo)
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The Rolling Stones - No Expectations (2002 Fixed Speed Remaster)
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Rolling Stones - SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL # 2 (Beggars Banquet Sessions)
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Beggars Banquet at Navy Pier in Chicago (July 1, 2017)
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The Rolling Stones - Factory Girl (Beggars Banquet).wmv
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The Beggars Banquet Telecaster | Fender
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The Rolling Stones throw a party to promote their new album Beggar's Banquet
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Rolling Stones 1968 Beggars Banquet Sessions Family
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Rolling Stones - Family (Beggars Banquet Sessions)
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ROLLING STONES: Highway Child (Beggars Banquet Outtake 1968)
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Beggars Banquet Live
Beggars Banquet Live
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ROLLING STONES: Stray Cat Blues (Beggars Banquet Sessions)
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Gallery Talk: Beggars Banquet and the Rolling Stones at Hyde Park
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Beggars Banquet, Montrose Harbor, Chicago FULL HD
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The Stones on Beggars Banquet 1968 (Making of And Cristopher Gibbs insp.)
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Beggars Banquet - Hard Treatment (1976) [Full Album]
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Rolling Stones Tribute Band BEGGARS BANQUET performs "Heartbreaker"
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THE ROLLING STONES - "Beggar's Banquet" - (Original mono album 1968, label Decca)
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The Rolling Stones - Sympathy For The Devil - Beggar's Banquet Faster Speed Corrected
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The Rolling Stones Beggars Banquet Album Review
The Rolling Stones Beggars Banquet Album Review
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Dear Doctor - The Rolling Stones subtitulos español
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The Rolling Stones: Interview (Classic Albums Beggars Banquet)
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Icicle Works – “High Time” (UK Beggars Banquet) 1987
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Rolling Stones - Sympathy For The Devil  (Beggars Banquet Sessions)
Rolling Stones - Sympathy For The Devil (Beggars Banquet Sessions)
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Death Comet Crew - At The Marble Bar (Beggars Banquet-1985)
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Beggars Banquet
BeggarsBanquetLP.jpg
Studio album by The Rolling Stones
Released 6 December 1968
Recorded 17 March – 25 July 1968
Studio Olympic Sound Studios, London;[1] Sunset Sound, Los Angeles
Genre
Length 39:44
Label Decca (UK)
London (US)
Producer Jimmy Miller
The Rolling Stones chronology
Their Satanic Majesties Request
(1967)Their Satanic Majesties Request1967
Beggars Banquet
(1968)
Let It Bleed
(1969)Let It Bleed1969
Alternate cover
The originally planned "toilet" cover was rejected by both Decca and London in 1968. It was later featured on most Compact Disc reissues.[5][6]
The originally planned "toilet" cover was rejected by both Decca and London in 1968. It was later featured on most Compact Disc reissues.[5][6]
Singles from Beggars Banquet
  1. "Street Fighting Man"/"No Expectations"
    Released: 31 August 1968 (US)

Beggars Banquet is the seventh British and ninth American studio album by English rock band The Rolling Stones. It was released in December 1968 by Decca Records in the United Kingdom and London Records in the United States. The album was a return to roots rock for the band following the psychedelic pop of their 1967 album Their Satanic Majesties Request.[2] It was the last Rolling Stones album to be released during Brian Jones' lifetime.

Background[edit]

Glyn Johns, the album's recording engineer and longtime collaborator of the band, said that Beggars Banquet signaled "the Rolling Stones' coming of age ... I think that the material was far better than anything they'd ever done before. The whole mood of the record was far stronger to me musically."[6] Producer Jimmy Miller described guitarist Keith Richards as "a real workhorse" while recording the album, mostly due to the infrequent presence of Brian Jones. When he did show up at the sessions, Jones behaved erratically due to his drug use and emotional problems.[6] Miller said that Jones would "show up occasionally when he was in the mood to play, and he could never really be relied on:

When he would show up at a session—let's say he had just bought a sitar that day, he'd feel like playing it, so he'd look in his calendar to see if the Stones were in. Now he may have missed the previous four sessions. We'd be doing let's say, a blues thing. He'd walk in with a sitar, which was totally irrelevant to what we were doing, and want to play it. I used to try to accommodate him. I would isolate him, put him in a booth and not record him onto any track that we really needed. And the others, particularly Mick and Keith, would often say to me, 'Just tell him to piss off and get the hell out of here'.[6]

Jones played sitar[7] and tanpura on "Street Fighting Man",[8] slide guitar on "No Expectations",[9][10][11] harmonica on "Parachute Woman", "Dear Doctor" and "Prodigal Son",[12] and Mellotron on "Jig-Saw Puzzle" and "Stray Cat Blues".[13] Jones is sometimes mistakenly credited for playing the slide guitar on "Jig-Saw Puzzle"; both guitars are played by Keith Richards.[14][15] The basic track of "Street Fighting Man" was recorded on an early Philips cassette deck at London's Olympic Sound Studios, where Richards played a Gibson Hummingbird acoustic guitar, and Charlie Watts played on an antique, portable practice drum kit.[16] Richards and Mick Jagger were mistakenly credited as writers on "Prodigal Son", a cover of Robert Wilkins's Biblical blues song.[6] According to Keith Richards the name Beggars Banquet "comes from a cat called Christopher Gibbs".[17]

On 7 June 1968, a photoshoot for the album, with photographer Michael Joseph, was held at Sarum Chase, a mansion in Hampstead, London.[18] Previously unseen images from the shoot were exhibited at the Blink Gallery in London in November and December 2008.[19] The album's original cover art, depicting a bathroom wall covered with graffiti, was rejected by the band's record company, and their unsuccessful dispute delayed the album's release for months.[6]

On 11–12 December 1968 the band filmed a television extravaganza titled The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus featuring John Lennon, Eric Clapton, The Who, Jethro Tull and Marianne Faithfull among the musical guests.[20][21] One of the original aims of the project was to promote Beggars Banquet, but the film was shelved by the Rolling Stones until 1996, when their former manager, Allen Klein, gave it an official release.[22]

Critical reception[edit]

Contemporary reviews[edit]

Beggars Banquet received a highly favourable response from music critics,[23][24] who considered it a return to form for the Stones.[25][26] Author Stephen Davis writes of its impact: "[The album was] a sharp reflection of the convulsive psychic currents coursing through the Western world. Nothing else captured the youthful spirit of Europe in 1968 like Beggar's Banquet."[24] The album was also a commercial success, reaching number 3 in the UK and number 5 in the US (on the way to eventual platinum status).[citation needed]

According to music journalist Anthony DeCurtis, the "political correctness" of "Street Fighting Man", particularly the ambivalent lyrics "What can a poor boy do/'Cept sing in a rock and roll band", sparked intense debate in the underground media.[6] In the description of author and critic Ian MacDonald, French director Jean-Luc Godard's filming of the sessions for "Sympathy for the Devil" contributed to the band's image as "Left Bank heroes of the European Maoist underground", with the song's "Luciferian iconoclasm" interpreted as a political message.[27]

Time magazine described the Stones as "England's most subversive roisterers since Fagin's gang in Oliver Twist" and added: "In keeping with a widespread mood in the pop world, Beggars Banquet turns back to the raw vitality of Negro R&B and the authentic simplicity of country music."[28] Jann Wenner of Rolling Stone considered that the band's regeneration marked the return of rock'n'roll, while the Chicago Sun-Times declared: "The Stones have unleashed their rawest, rudest, most arrogant, most savage record yet. And it's beautiful."[29]

Less impressed, the writer of Melody Maker's initial review dismissed Beggars Banquet as "mediocre" and said that, since "The Stones are Mick Jagger", it was only the singer's "remarkable recording presence that makes this LP".[30] Geoffrey Cannon of The Guardian found that the album "demonstrates [the group's] primal power at its greatest strength" and wrote admiringly of Jagger's ability to fully engage the listener on "Sympathy for the Devil", saying: "We feel horror because, at full volume, he makes us ride his carrier wave with him, experience his sensations, and awaken us to ours."[31] In his ballot for Jazz & Pop magazine's annual critics poll, Robert Christgau ranked it as the third best album of the year, and "Salt of the Earth" the best pop song of the year.[32]

Retrospective assessment and legacy[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 5/5 stars[25]
Boston Herald 4/4 stars[33]
Encyclopedia of Popular Music 5/5 stars[34]
Entertainment Weekly A[35]
The Great Rock Discography 10/10[36]
Music Story 5/5 stars[37]
MusicHound Rock 4.5/5[38]
NME 8/10[39]
Rolling Stone 5/5 stars[6]
The Rolling Stone Album Guide 5/5 stars[40]

In a retrospective review for Wondering Sound, Ben Fong-Torres called Beggars Banquet "an album flush with masterful and growling instant classics", and said that it "responds more to the chaos of '68 and to themselves than to any fellow artists ... the mood is one of dissolution and resignation, in the guise of a voice of an ambivalent authority."[41] Colin Larkin, in his Encyclopedia of Popular Music (2006), viewed the album as "a return to strength" which included "the socio-political 'Street Fighting Man' and the brilliantly macabre 'Sympathy for the Devil', in which Jagger's seductive vocal was backed by hypnotic Afro-rhythms and dervish yelps".[34] Writing for MusicHound in 1999, Greg Kot opined that the same two songs were the "weakest cuts", adding: "Otherwise, the disc is a tour de force of acoustic-tinged savagery and slumming sexuality, particularly the gleefully flippant 'Stray Cat Blues.'"[38] Larry Katz from the Boston Herald called Beggars Banquet "both a return to basics and leap forward".[33]

In his 1997 review for Rolling Stone, DeCurtis said the album was "filled with distinctive and original touches", and remarked on its legacy: "For the album, the Stones had gone to great lengths to toughen their sound and banish the haze of psychedelia, and in doing so, they launched a five-year period in which they would produce their very greatest records."[6] Author Martin C. Strong similarly considers Beggars Banquet to be the first album in the band's "staggering burst of creativity" over 1968–72 that ultimately comprised four of the best rock albums of all time.[36] Writing in 2007, Daryl Easlea of BBC Music said that although in places it fails to maintain the quality of its opening song, Beggars Banquet was the album where the Rolling Stones gained their enduring status as "the Greatest Rock 'n' Roll Band in the World".[42]

In 2003, the album was ranked at number 58 on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.[43] In the same year, the TV network VH1 named Beggars Banquet the 67th greatest album of all time. The album is also featured in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.[44]

Reissue[edit]

In August 2002, ABKCO Records reissued Beggars Banquet as a newly remastered LP and SACD/CD hybrid disk.[45] This release corrected an important flaw in the original album by restoring each song to its proper, slightly faster speed. Due to an error in the mastering, Beggars Banquet was heard for over thirty years at a slower speed than it was recorded. This had the effect of altering not only the tempo of each song, but the song's key as well. These differences were subtle but important, and the remastered version is about 30 seconds shorter than the original release.

Also in 2002 the Russian label CD-Maximum unofficially released the limited edition Beggars Banquet + 7 Bonus,[46] which was also bootleged on a German counterfeit-DECCA label as Beggars Banquet (the Mono Beggars).[47]

It was released once again in 2010 by Universal Music Enterprises in a Japanese only SHM-SACD version;[48] and on 24 November 2010 ABKCO Records released a SHM-CD version.[49]

On 28 May 2013 ABKCO Records reissued the LP on vinyl.[50]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, except "Prodigal Son" by Robert Wilkins.

Side one
No. Title Length
1. "Sympathy for the Devil" 6:18
2. "No Expectations" 3:56
3. "Dear Doctor" 3:28
4. "Parachute Woman" 2:20
5. "Jigsaw Puzzle" 6:06
Side two
No. Title Length
6. "Street Fighting Man" 3:16
7. "Prodigal Son" 2:51
8. "Stray Cat Blues" 4:38
9. "Factory Girl" 2:09
10. "Salt of the Earth" 4:48

Personnel[edit]

Sources:[51] [52][53][54][55]

The Rolling Stones

Additional personnel

Charts and certifications[edit]

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