Was the name of the Rolling Stones' album "Let It Bleed" taken from the name of the Beatles' album "Let It Be"?
#94876. Asked by star_gazer. (Apr 20 08 2:53 PM)
One theory is that the Stones album was recorded around the same time as The Beatles Let It Be, but the similar titles were just a coincidence.|
More creedence for this theory:
Many believe that this song was a take on the Beatles' song/album Let It Be. The titles are very similar, and there was a running history of the Stones and the Beatles tweaking each other. The Stone's "Let It Bleed" was released months before "Let it Be," but it should be noted that most of the songs from Let It Be had been recorded earlier than most of the songs in Let It Bleed, and was a known project.
The dates say "not likely."|
Let It Bleed is an album by The Rolling Stones, released in December 1969.
Recorded 16 November 1968 – 17 November 1968, 10 February 1969 – 2 November 1969, Olympic Studios, London
Let It Be is the final original album by The Beatles. It was released on 8 May 1970 by the band's own Apple Records label, shortly after the group's announced breakup.
Recorded Apple Studios, Savile Row
22 January 1969 – 31 January 1969
EMI Studios, Abbey Road
3 January 1970 – 4 January 1970
23 March 1970 – 1 April 1970
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