The Rolling Stones, Voodoo Lounge


Breaking a five-year silence, The Rolling Stones’ first album of the 90’s was notable for its nod towards the classic, stripped-down blues and country of their peak-period releases and for the absence of longtime bassist Bill Wyman, who left during the recording sessions. While in Barbados during the early stages of recording, Keith Richards took in a stray cat that he found sheltering from a tropical storm. Attributing its survival to some Caribbean higher powers, he named the cat Voodoo, cordoning off a section of the recording studio as ‘Voodoo’s Lounge’. When it came time to name the album, Mick Jagger felt that Keith’s handmade sign offered the perfect solution.

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We are based just outside of York in the UK. All our frames are handmade with machine assistance for continued and lasting quality. All our frames are composed from premium quality FSC certified materials and are glazed with a gallery quality acrylic glazing. This cuts down on weight, is shatterproof for safety around children and pets and all without compromising on the final finish of your artwork.

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