British Bands Get Royal Stamp of Approval

British Albums on Stamps: Rolling Stones, 'Let It Bleed'

Lick Jagger
Let It Bleed was the eighth album released by the Rolling Stones, and it came out in December 1969. The cover is a surreal sculpture designed by Robert Brownjohn, consisting of the record being played by the tonearm of an antique phonograph, with a record-changer spindle supporting several items. Then unknown chef Delia Smith created the cake; she's now a household name in the U.K.

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