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How Music Changed - 2010 Shows

With “Satisfaction,” the Rolling Stones hit on a formula that practically guaranteed hit records.. Using their background in American Blues and R&B, ...read more


Once “Satisfaction” became a #1 hit in America, the ascendency of the Rolling Stones was complete. To quote John Lennon at his silliest, the Stones had ...read more


Right here is where rock and roll changed forever. “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” may not have had the same immediate impact as “She Loves You” did one ...read more


As 1965 began, the Rolling Stones were huge enough to challenge the Beatles in Great Britain, but in America, despite two tours around the country, they ...read more


Until the end of 1964, the Rolling Stones were straddling two parallel universes. On the one hand, they were an authentic blues band that pushed against ...read more


For the Rolling Stones, emulating American blues and R&B was one thing. Bringing their interpretations to America, though, was another thing entirely. ...read more


This show covers one of the stranger aspects of Rolling Stones history. It is quite obvious from their interviews, their history, and of course, the ...read more


Part 4 in our series dedicated to the Rolling Stones finds the band tearing full-bore into their first album. Their intentions were to become England’s ...read more


From virtually all accounts, the Rolling Stones disparaged pop music. They saw themselves as England’s response American Blues – they were spokesmen for ...read more


In 1963, it must have seemed like a virtual impossibility that an English band could present American Blues music back to America and expect anything but ...read more


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