Psychedelic Psoul

Episode 66. The Rolling Stones

January 15, 2022 Jessie Delgado Season 3 Episode 66
Psychedelic Psoul
Episode 66. The Rolling Stones
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This episode places a focus on the mid to late 60's period of The Rolling Stones music. This is the period where they had moved on from the Blues and explored the Brit Pop style of music that was prevalent among other British Invasion bands at the time. The Rolling Stones adapted and wrote many classic songs of that era. They then made another transition to Psychedelic music for a brief period. This was The Stones most experimental phase in music and they often created some marvelous results. This was a unique time for te band and their audience. The Stones go Psychedelic.


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Show I.D. & Introduction
Satisfaction (BBC Sessions)
Paint It, Black
Yesterday's Papers
Please Go Home
My Obsession
The Last Time (Live)
Lady Jane (Live)
Ruby Tuesday
She's A Rainbow
Back Street Girl
1st Half Summary
Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow
Dandelion
We Love You
Citadel
In Another Land
2000 Light Years From Home
Child Of The Moon
Sympathy For The Devil (Rehearsal @ Olympic Studios, 1968)
Sympathy For The Devil
Street Fighting Man
2nd Half Summary & Closing Remarks
Jumpin’ Jack Flash