The Technics turntable and one of The Stones all-time best, nice combo plate for lunch time...

(Courtesy of Rolling Stones Records)

In memory of Stones producer Jimmy Miller, born this date in 1942 -- Jimmy produced all the albums in that incredible run starting with "Beggar's Banquet" (1968) and every LP right on through to "Goat's Head Soup" (1974). We sure do have a special place in our hearts and souls for 1971's "Sticky Fingers" though, kids, as perfect a record that's ever been made by anyone anywhere...

Side One: "Brown Sugar" - "Sway" - "Wild Horses" - "Can't You Hear Me Knocking" - "You Gotta Move" / Side Two: "Bitch" - "I Got The Blues" - "Sister Morphine" - "Dead Flowers" - "Moonlight Mile"

Next Friday is Eric Clapton's birthday, just sayin'...Classic Lunch would love to hear from ya -- Tell us whatcha like (and whatcha don't) and do it today, right here on the web site and WBLM Facebook page. We need sum new stuff to read over the weekend...