the rolling stones - (I can’t get no) satisfaction - stereo edit II
the rolling stones - (I can’t get no) satisfaction - stereo edit II
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Edit, more bass, wider sound, lot’s of tricks used on this one. I made it februari 2013, it’s an edit of the absolute worst version ever of "Satisfaction", which is on "Hot Rocks 1" with the original mono song at the left and a "cruel" acoustic guitar added at the right channel. (Even has a shameless fade in!) Worst version ever, but... ideal to use it for editing!

Recorded May 10-13, 1965. Released first as a US single June 6, 1965. Released on the US lp "Out Of Our Heads", July 1965. Released on the UK lp "Big hits (High Tide And Green Grass)" November 4, 1966.

Acoustic guitar: Brian Jones. Electric guitars: Brian Jones & Keith Richards (lead). Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts. Lead vocals & tambourine: Mick Jagger. Background vocals: Keith Richards.

Richards ran his guitar through a Gibson Fuzz Box to create the distortion effect. He had no intention of using the sound on the record, but Gibson had just sent him the device, and he thought the Fuzz Box would create sustained notes to help sketch out the horn section. The band thought it sounded great and wanted to use the sound because it would be very unusual for a rock record. Richards thought it sounded gimmicky and did not like the result, but the rest of the band convinced him to ditch the horn section and use the distorted guitar sound.

Others say: Ian Stewart purchased another distortion box, for Keith Richards wasn’t satisfied with the Gibson. The unknown brand proved to be better.

(I CAN’T GET NO) SATISFACTION
(Jagger/Richards)

I can’t get no satisfaction
I can’t get no satisfaction
’cause I try and I try and I try and I try
I can’t get no, I can’t get no

When I’m drivin’ in my car
and a man comes on the radio
he’s telling me more and more
about some useless information
supposed to fire my imagination
I can’t get no, oh no no no
hey hey hey, that’s what I say

chorus

when I’m watchin’ my TV
and a man comes on and tells me
how white my shirts can be
but he can’t be a man ’cause he doesn’t smoke
the same cigarrettes as me
I can’t get no, oh no no no
hey hey hey, that’s what I say

chorus

when I’m ridin’ round the world
and I’m doin’ this and I’m signing that
and I’m tryin’ to make some girl
who tells me baby better come back later next week
’cause you see I’m on losing streak
I can’t get no, a no
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Music
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Views: 1,000
Uploaded: 4 years ago
Duration: 03:45
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Videos: 642
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Description
Edit, more bass, wider sound, lot’s of tricks used on this one. I made it februari 2013, it’s an edit of the absolute worst version ever of "Satisfaction", which is on "Hot Rocks 1" with the original mono song at the left and a "cruel" acoustic guitar added at the right channel. (Even has a shameless fade in!) Worst version ever, but... ideal to use it for editing!

Recorded May 10-13, 1965. Released first as a US single June 6, 1965. Released on the US lp "Out Of Our Heads", July 1965. Released on the UK lp "Big hits (High Tide And Green Grass)" November 4, 1966.

Acoustic guitar: Brian Jones. Electric guitars: Brian Jones & Keith Richards (lead). Bass: Bill Wyman. Drums: Charlie Watts. Lead vocals & tambourine: Mick Jagger. Background vocals: Keith Richards.

Richards ran his guitar through a Gibson Fuzz Box to create the distortion effect. He had no intention of using the sound on the record, but Gibson had just sent him the device, and he thought the Fuzz Box would create sustained notes to help sketch out the horn section. The band thought it sounded great and wanted to use the sound because it would be very unusual for a rock record. Richards thought it sounded gimmicky and did not like the result, but the rest of the band convinced him to ditch the horn section and use the distorted guitar sound.

Others say: Ian Stewart purchased another distortion box, for Keith Richards wasn’t satisfied with the Gibson. The unknown brand proved to be better.

(I CAN’T GET NO) SATISFACTION
(Jagger/Richards)

I can’t get no satisfaction
I can’t get no satisfaction
’cause I try and I try and I try and I try
I can’t get no, I can’t get no

When I’m drivin’ in my car
and a man comes on the radio
he’s telling me more and more
about some useless information
supposed to fire my imagination
I can’t get no, oh no no no
hey hey hey, that’s what I say

chorus

when I’m watchin’ my TV
and a man comes on and tells me
how white my shirts can be
but he can’t be a man ’cause he doesn’t smoke
the same cigarrettes as me
I can’t get no, oh no no no
hey hey hey, that’s what I say

chorus

when I’m ridin’ round the world
and I’m doin’ this and I’m signing that
and I’m tryin’ to make some girl
who tells me baby better come back later next week
’cause you see I’m on losing streak
I can’t get no, a no
Category
Music
Autoplay: No Yes