Album artwork for Bridges to Babylon (Half Speed Master) by The Rolling Stones

Originally issued in 1997, Bridges To Babylon made the Top 3 in the US and number 6 in the UK. The yearning and sinuous Anybody Seen My Baby? and the mean and moody Saint Of Me - both Top 30 hits in the UK - in particular, showed the band remained at the cutting edge. Energetic rockers Low Down and Too Tight repay further investigation as do the three tracks sung by Richards, in particular the closer How Can I Stop which features another jazz legend, Wayne Shorter, on saxophone.

The Rolling Stones

Bridges to Babylon (Half Speed Master)

Polydor
Album artwork for Bridges to Babylon (Half Speed Master) by The Rolling Stones
LPx2

$46.99

Double Heavyweight Vinyl. Remastered and Cut at Revelatory Half-Speed at Abbey Road Studios.

Black
Released 06/26/2020Catalog Number

B003193901

The Rolling Stones

Bridges to Babylon (Half Speed Master)

Polydor
Album artwork for Bridges to Babylon (Half Speed Master) by The Rolling Stones
LPx2

$46.99

Double Heavyweight Vinyl. Remastered and Cut at Revelatory Half-Speed at Abbey Road Studios.

Black
Released 06/26/2020Catalog Number

B003193901

Originally issued in 1997, Bridges To Babylon made the Top 3 in the US and number 6 in the UK. The yearning and sinuous Anybody Seen My Baby? and the mean and moody Saint Of Me - both Top 30 hits in the UK - in particular, showed the band remained at the cutting edge. Energetic rockers Low Down and Too Tight repay further investigation as do the three tracks sung by Richards, in particular the closer How Can I Stop which features another jazz legend, Wayne Shorter, on saxophone.