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(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" by the Rolling Stones Composers: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards Lyrics: I can't get no satisfaction I can't get no satisfaction.
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История создания песни Satisfaction Песню называют поворотным пунктом в истории Рока Автором текста песни, за исключением главной фразы, стал Мик Джаггер.
(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" is a song by the English rock band The Rolling Stones, released in 1965. It was written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and produced by Andrew Loog Oldham. Richards' five-note guitar riff-intended to be replaced by horns-opens and drives the song. The lyrics refer to sexual frustration and commercialism.
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The Rolling Stones, from left to right: Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, Mick Jagger, Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor. Photograph: PR handout. 11. Rolling Stones No 2 (1965). The early 60s blues scene was a purists’ movement, but their second album demonstrates how eclectic and boundary-blurring the early Stones were, boldly defining a space of their own somewhere between blues, rock’n’roll and soul, amping up the pace and the attitude of each to thrilling effect. 10. Blue & Lonesome (2016). At the point where even the most committed fan despaired of them ever making an unequivocally great album.
Produced by Andrew Loog Oldham. Album Out of Our Heads. I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction Lyrics. About (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction. Despite the countless number of rock songs about lust, this one seems to stand out the most among critics and fans alike. Known for its timeless riff (which Keith Richards literally wrote in his sleep), this song placed on the Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time.
The Rolling Stones release a new ‘best of’ called Honk next month. This package is limited to the material the band control (. no ABKCO-era), so it starts at 1971 and goes through to 2016’s Blue & Lonesome.
When The Rolling Stones performed this song on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1966, the line "Trying to make some girl" was bleeped out by censors. Mick Jagger said in 1968, "It sounded like a folk song when we first started working on it, and Keith didn't like it much. He didn't want it to be a single, he didn't think it would do very well. I think Keith thought it was a bit basic. I don't think he really listened to it properly. He was too close to it and just felt it was a silly kind of riff. R. The Rolling Stones Lyrics.