“(I Can´t Get No) Satisfaction” was a single released by the British rock band The Rolling Stones in 1965. It was composed by their singer Mick Jagger and their guitarist Keith Richards and recorded at RCA studios in Hollywood.
The song, whose main guitar riff is one of the best known in the band and in rock history, was released as a single in the United States in June 1965 and was also included in the album version “Out Of Our Heads” for that country, however, in the version taken for England it was not.
It was the song that definitely popularized the band and it was and is widely covered by a large number of artists and groups. Rolling Stone magazine placed it at number 2 on the list of the 500 greatest songs in history.
– Mick Jasgger: Lead and backing vocals.
– Keith Richards: Electric guitar and backing vocals.
– Brian Jones: Acoustic guitar.
– Bill Wyman: Bass guitar.
– Charlie Watts: Drums.
– Jack Nietsche: Piano, tambourine.