Top 60s Rolling hits that became classics
Having pumped up your favorite blues rock 'n' roll swagger and utter disregard for any rules, both in music and in government. "Rolling Stones" erected a pattern that all rock stars followed afterwards! And their tracks trace all this evolution of the genre and the band itself, which cannot but admire...
Rolling Songs of the '60s - is a timeless classic that demonstrates how the band has grown from "cocky upstarts" (as the press dubbed them in their heyday) to the voices of an entire generation. And today we'll look back at the best tracks of that time, which set the rock pattern and became the gems of the decade.
The most passionate and yet grim song in the catalog The Rolling Stones in particular and the '60s in general. "Gimme Shelter" - is a true madness, a harsh tirade... The composition was dedicated to the terrible events in Vietnam and addressed to the entire American society. Given its dark lyrical content, it's understandable why it sounds so belligerent and heartbreaking...
Keith Richards is more beautiful here than ever! А Mick Jagger joined forces with the Merry Clayton - a brilliant gospel singer whose voice added its own missing colors. A great classic, full of deep meaning and of historical value.
"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction"
This composition owes its name to Chuck Berryor rather his song "Thirty Days."which sings, "...I won't have the pleasure of a judge. The tune, though, came about because Richards was vacationing in Florida and experimenting along the way. He left his tape recorder on, and the iconic sounds were recorded.
This is the first song that defined the Stones and how cool rock stars they were in the 60s. At least that's what he said about this masterpiece. Johnny Marr.
"Sympathy For The Devil"
One of the most famous and beloved compositions, a classic for the ages! There is hardly a music lover who has never heard this masterpiece...
Brian Ferrythe co-founder and leader of Roxy Music, has always been fascinated by the track, and even made his own version. In his interview, Ferry said:
"It's my favorite song of theirs. It's a great classic, it's unique in terms of lyrics. It's extremely majestic and captivating. The percussion is amazing, that's the first thing I particularly remember..."
"You Can't Always Get What You Want"
The song began as a sketch that Jagger had composed for acoustic. But in the end. "a humorous song." was a landmark musical statement - the final moment on "Let It Bleed," the band's record that ended the '60s.
In his interview, Jagger said that the lyric resonated so passionately with listeners because of the text, in which everyone could see their own reflection. Specifically, it sings:
"You can't always get what you want.
But if you try it sometime, maybe,
You'll realize you're getting what you need..."
"Paint It, Black."
A very innovative track in which Bill Wyman brought a special twist - he played the Hammond B3 organ. As Richards put it:
"Bill's game has become iconic here!"
It's not much. depressing songbut it certainly seems ahead of its time. Nevertheless, Jagger has always played down talk of her originality, noting:
"It's not an original thought, it was before our time..."
"Jumpin' Jack Flash"
Thanks to the riff alone, this song can safely be called one of the most legendary in the band's catalog! Brian Jones described it as "a return to the essence of the Stones. And by all accounts, the audience loved the track!
And lastly, there's more. 3 great tracksThe Rollings and the period of the 60's are impossible to imagine without them! Enjoy listening to them. By the way: share in the comments what songs of The Rolling Stones of the 60's you like the most - maybe we'll come back to this topic again!