Their Satanic Majesties Request "was recorded while we were almost in a coma, in an atmosphere of the series" We really need to make a record? Yes ... "(Keith Richards, 1988).
At the psychedelic call that developed in the second half of the '60s, the Rolling Stones soon responded with the publication of "Their Satanic Majesties Request" which took place in December 1967. The cover (which Michael Cooper worked on for "Sgt. Pepper's ...") can be seen as a guessed melting pot between desire for fun and black magic, leaving the kaleidoscope of vinyl sounds, the role of a radiant travel companion for the listener. Brian Jones's creative ability to play harpsichord and saxophone. It is an opportunity to appreciate the creative ability of Brian Jones who plays harpsichord and saxophone. It is a very convulsive period for the English band that offers a decent work, following only in appearance of coeve and hallucinating musical structures merging with what was realized in the discs just before, a dissimulation mostly induced by the will to test the propr The ability to manifest an attempt at artistic evolution, far from the compulsive freedom of expression that was leaked through the immediacy of even just three chords and that the band had been able to create until then. But fortunately our imagination can be stimulated by the lysergic traces of this amazing psychedelic masterpiece born of the Rolling Stones.
Only the photo of the cover is worth the price of the disc.
The Rolling Stones / Their Satanic majesties request / 1967 King Rec. Ltd Tokyo Japan RE . 🎌