The Rolling Stones,
12 x 5 Clear Vinyl LP and Lithograph Set: A Special TVD Record Store Club Giveaway

‘Tis the season of giving, and of course, giving back. And in the most classic sense, Time Life and ABKCO Records have collaborated on a series of ultra classic, and dare we say, timeless lithographs, of which we’re pleased to have a set to send to one of you. First, some background:

“Time Life, has released three Limited Edition Clear Vinyl and Album Art Lithographs from the iconic and acclaimed Rolling Stones albums—ABKCO Records’ 12 x5, Let it Bleed, and Get Yer Ya Ya’s Out!

Only 2,500 of these hand-numbered and embossed museum-quality lithographs signed in the plate by Rolling Stones members will be available through a special license granted by ABKCO Music & Records, Inc.

These highly valuable collectible LP and lithograph sets, each with a Certificate of Authenticity, will be available at spotlightgallery.com on a first-come, first-served basis. The lithographs are printed on acid-free, 100# Opus dull cover stock measuring 20” x 24” with an image area of 16” x 16.”

It should be noted that no additional copies will be produced after the initial press run is exhausted and the signature plates will be destroyed. The printing plates contain the facsimile signatures of the band’s personnel at the time each album was recorded: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Brian Jones, and Bill Wyman on the 12 X 5 and Let It Bleed lithographs, and Jagger, Richards, Watts and Wyman on Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out!

The Rolling Stones, 12×5
Limited Edition Lithographic Print, 2015
This print is derived from artwork used on The Rolling Stones record album, 12×5, which was first released in the United States in October 1964. This is a plate-signed edition with signatures of the recording artists beneath the image. The number of prints in the world edition is 2,500; the prints in this edition are individually hand numbered.

PRODUCT FEATURES:
• Exclusively authorized and licensed from ABKCO Records
• Print Size (includes mat board): 20″x 24″
• Image Size: 16″ x 16″
• Stock: Acid-free, 100# Opus dull cover
• Plate-signed by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Bill Wyman, and Charlie Watts
• Hand-numbered and embossed logo
• Edition Size: 2,500
• Includes Certificate of Authenticity
• Includes limited edition clear vinyl LP
• Tracks: Around and Around, Confessin’ The Blues, Empty Heart, Time Is On My Side, Good Times, Bad Times, It’s All Over Now, 2120 South Michigan Avenue, Under The Boardwalk, Congradulations, Grown Up Wrong, If You Need Me, Susie Q

The Rolling Stones, Let It Bleed
Limited Edition Lithographic Print, 2015
This print is derived from artwork used on The Rolling Stones record album, Let It Bleed, which was first released in the United States in December 1969. This is a plate-signed edition with signatures of the recording artists beneath the image. The number of prints in the world edition is 2,500; the prints in this edition are individually hand numbered.

PRODUCT FEATURES:
• Exclusively authorized and licensed from ABKCO Records
• Print Size (includes mat board): 20″ x 24″
• Image Size: 16″ x 16″
• Stock: Acid-free, 100# Opus dull cover
• Plate signed by the members of the band (at the time of recording)
• Hand-numbered and embossed logo
• Edition Size: 2,500
• Includes Certificate of Authenticity
• Includes limited edition clear vinyl LP
• Tracks: Gimme Shelter, Love in Vain, Country Honk, Live With Me, Let It Bleed, Midnight Rambler, You Got The Silver, Monkey Man, You Can’t Always Get What You Want

The Rolling Stones, Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out!
Limited Edition Lithographic Print, 2015
This print is derived from artwork used on The Rolling Stones record album, Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out!, which was first released in the United States in September 1970. This is a plate-signed edition with signatures of the recording artists beneath the image. The number of prints in the world edition is 2,500; the prints in this edition are individually hand numbered.

PRODUCT FEATURES:
• Exclusively authorized and licensed from ABKCO Records
• Print Size (includes mat board): 20″ x 24″
• Image Size: 16″ x 16″
• Stock: Acid-free, 100# Opus dull cover
• Plate-signed by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Bill Wyman, and Charlie Watts
• Hand-numbered and embossed logo
• Edition Size: 2,500
• Includes Certificate of Authenticity
• Includes limited edition clear vinyl LP
• Tracks: Jumpin’ Jack Flash, Carol, Stray Cat Blues, Love In Vain, Midnight Rambler, Sympathy For The Devil, Live With Me, Little Queenie, Honky Tonk Women, Street Fighting Man

We’re delighted to have a Rolling Stones’ 12 x 5 lithograph and clear vinyl LP set to award to one of you with a US mailing address.

Enter to win by citing in the comments below a Rolling Stones LP cover not among this set that you feel deserves the next high end litho and clear vinyl treatment—and briefly, why. We’ll choose one insightful winner a week from today, December 17, 2015.

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  • Stacy

    I would love to see (and have) a litho of the ORIGINAL Some Girls album cover. Won’t happen due to the famous folks that sued, but I would buy it if released. (Also the clearly classic series is only ABKCO releases right? So another reason it won’t happen.)

  • Chuck Daniel

    Sticky Fingers or Tattoo You, or even Voodoo Lounge

  • High Rant District

    I wouldn’t mind seeing a Goats Head Soup litho and reissue. It’s a great record and it has a heart. Angie is a great tune, and the song Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (?) about the police accidentally shooting a kid through the heart can be seen as relevant – sadly – today. Bottom line: it’s a really great album.

    Cheers, Tom

  • Kevin Meehan

    Aftermath’s iconic image would look brilliant…

  • john rothrock

    I love exile on main st personally, but there is probably not a wrong choice. I could also see bridges to Babylon which I’m not sure is available on vinyl.

  • Jen

    Sticky fingers

  • Jen

    Exile on Main St. one of the best albums and amazing cover

  • hot(ovy)line bling

    Voodoo Lounge! Vastly underrated and impossible to find don vinyl!

  • karloffsidekick

    I’d love to see a litho & clear vinyl of the Stone’s banned “bathroom graffiti” cover of their Beggars Banquet album. If your misspent youth consisted of rocking out in dirty clubs and bars listening to great rock and roll you’re quite familiar with this type of scenery.

  • Ty Fleischut

    Tattoo You for sure, the red background and the cool tribal pattern on the face, looks great in a frame, ive got one of my copies on my wall.

  • Jeffrey Rosen

    December’s Children- Classic B&W early Stones photo plus great album

  • Keith Falce

    My vote for the next album to get this type of treatment is December’s Children (and everybody’s) because, as much as I hate the phrase “It changed my life” it did. I got this album on a whim when I was 15 years old and As Tears Go By instantly hooked me. I couldn’t get enough. I knew only their biggest hits at that time and was really into metal and nothing else. This song and this album opened my eyes and influenced my musical tastes immediately. After that I feverishly devoured everything Stones. I started out on cassette tapes. Then went to collecting everything on CD and now that vinyl is back again I am trying to recapture their entire discography on vinyl whether LP or 45. This album is just stellar. “Get Off Of My Cloud”, “The Singer Not the Song”, “I’m Free”, She Said Yeah” and the as fore mentioned “As Tears Go By” are absolute classics. While I love all the Syones have ever done it is these hidden gems across all of their albums up to and including Bridges of Babylon that have me totally entranced. They became my favorite band on that day 31 years ago and remain so to this day. (Not to mention my mother was a huge fan. But first name is Keith and middle is Richard).

  • Sonic_099

    It would be cool if a lenticular print of Satanic Majesties could be done or at least a larger image of the cover. The most psychedelic of the Stones albums on clear vinyl would be cool as well.

  • Sctanley

    Begger’s Banquet (the toilet cover) or Made in The Shade are both great album art, and I love December’s Children photograph.

  • S. Rosenberg

    Exile on Main Street! Awesome album and what a cover! Am I right?

  • mathus987

    I always loved the cover to Between the Buttons. They all look cold and over it.

  • Maneki Nekko

    Aftermath was their first album of all original tunes, and I always liked the photo on the British LP jacket – they look triumphant, like, “Beatles? What Beatles?” Much cooler than the blurry multiple exposure on the US version. First album they recorded in true stereo as well, which ought to rate a clear vinyl reissue, huh?

  • Joimaki

    Goats Head Soup was controversial and iconic and surely deserves recognition as such.

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