Rolling Stones" 1969 Let It Bleed artwork featuring Delia Smith dessert goes up for auction

Fancy some rock cake Rolling Stones” 1969 Let It Bleed artwork featuring Delia Smith dessert goes up for auction

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Pile “em up: Let It Bleed”s sleeve is styled like a stacking record player with a clock face, pizza, film-reel can and a tyre piled beneath the glace cherry-decked cake

Gaudy: The back of the album - with the track listing - features the stack which has been ripped apart

Gaudy: The back of the album – with the track listing – features the stack which has been ripped apart

Artwork: Designer Robert Brownjohn was commissioned to create the image by his friend, guitarist Keith Richards, and was influenced by the working title of the album, Automatic Changer

Artwork: Designer Robert Brownjohn was commissioned to create the image by his friend, guitarist Keith Richards, and was influenced by the working title of the album, Automatic Changer

Cover boys: Let It Bleed was the Rolling Stones

Cover boys: Let It Bleed was the Rolling Stones” eighth album. But only the second to not feature a group portrait on the sleeve