The Making of Let It Bleed!

Speaking of the recent Sticky Fingers anniversary, I came upon a real treat for us Stones fans as far as the Stones’ history and music is concerend and I might add: that’s exactly what I am fond about!

So there’s a documentary about the Rolling stones album  LET IT BLEED, and I write that in capitals, because that’s one of the masterpieces of the band as well as the black sun in the center of the Stones’ system…

It’s a three-part documentary. And it was created and uploaded to YouTube by Steve FLIPSIDE CT” – aka Vinyl Records:

FlipSide CT = A member (geek) of the Vinyl Community that loves collecting Vinyl Rock and Roll (all genres), Blues and some Jazz – here’s his own introduction:

Steve seems to be a nice guy to me, he’s cool. I like him! 🙂 Go catch his YT-channel – nice finds there st

The first part of the docu has 35 minutes,
the second 1 hour, 04 minutes and
the third 1 hour, 30 minutes and 24 seconds.

So all in all, you have about 3 hours (!) of documentary about the album and it’s aera. That’s simply great and a guarantee for  Stones-filled evening! What I have seen from this so far I can tell, that it is very well and accurate documented and that means a lot. I’m very grateful to the authors (FlipSideCT) of this an I’m sure you will enjoy this, too!

So here we go:




Any comments? 🙂


3 thoughts on “The Making of Let It Bleed!

  • August 22, 2022 at 23:04

    Steve! I have watched ALL your videos on youtube so I can say, with certainty, YOU ARE THE MAN!! I can’t begin to imagine how many months it takes to prepare each of these but trust that it is soooo much appreciated by Stones Freaks like me…perhaps more than you know. As a 66 year old (yeah I’ve gotten my kicks) I’ve seen the Stones seven times – all with Ronnie cept the 50th anniversary tour where Mick Taylor joined in (Chicago). Best was somewhere in the 90s in Cincinnati when from Row 2 we danced our asses off the entire concert as if they were playing for us in a club! (Can’t take that away from me.) Midnight Rambler in Brussels – surely Rock/s pinnacle. Thanks sincerely for bringing more meaning to the albums I grew up with. Let It Bleed, Exile, Black & Blue, Love You Live, Some Girls (etc.) – thanks for helping us to drench far more meaning and enjoyment from these masterpieces. (The first time I ever sent a text based on many hundreds of hours of youtube viewing.) One more time…YOU are the man!!!

  • May 10, 2021 at 19:44

    Hi there, Jeffrey,

    sorry for that (blushing!) – but that documentary-project is not my creation but has it’s merit due to Steve’s enormous work and diligence. Go catch his YT channel – there’s loads of more nice stuff to see and hear and not only about the Stones:

  • May 9, 2021 at 19:03

    I truly loved every second of your project and look forward to watching it many more times.


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