The great thing about music (and I’ve said this before) is how subjective it really is. To some, The Rolling Stones could be the greatest musical act to ever walk the stage and to others they could be a complete waste of time. This, in my opinion, is what makes the discussion a fun one and I’ve gotten much better with the back and forth banter as I’ve gotten older. What really irks me is when someone absolutely disregards the impact a band had on the historical side. I’ll be the first to say that I wouldn’t cross the street to hear The Stones play a free show, but I do appriciate the impact they’ve had on the music scene. It’s impossible to argue against. So in honor of The Stones being able to keep the band together for the past 50 years, I present to you, The Rolling Stones edition of the FNS.
1 – Under My Thumb (Jagger/Richards, 1966)
2 – Jumpin’ Jack Flash (Jagger/Richards, 1968)
3 – You Can’t Always Get What You Want (Jagger/Richards, 1969)
4 – Sympathy For The Devil (Jagger/Richards, 1968)
5 – Brown Sugar (Jagger/Richards, 1969)