Recorded at Olympic Sound Studios, London, The Rolling Stones' seminal album of 1968, "Beggars Banquet", was regarded as marking a return to form for the group - going back to their rhythm and blues roots with tracks such as "Sympathy for the Devil" and "Street Fighting Man". The latest in a challenging series which focuses on the recording sessions that set new standards and changed the course of musical history, this is essential reading for any Stone fan.
Author Alan Clayson
General editor Paul Noyer
Paperback / softback: 90,000 words, 256 pages, 16 illustrations
Series: Legendary Sessions
Dimensions: 239 x 165 mm