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Mothers Little Helper - The Rolling Stones - Aftermath (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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Add Genre. Add Styles. Add Moods. Add Themes. A Top Ten hit for the Rolling Stones in , "Mother's Little Helper" was one of their best mid-'60s songs and one of their best putdown songs. As an indication of some lyrical growth at least, the subject of "Mother's Little Helper" wasn't necessarily a screwed-up girlfriend.

Although the lyrics weren't percent clear on the matter, the target was most likely a middle-aged woman with children, dependent upon pills to help get her through the day. That's an unusual subject for a pop song and a hard one to pull off, particularly in , when even vague allusions to drug use were extremely controversial. The recurring guitar riff that is one of the record's primary hooks has, like many such Rolling Stones riffs, a quality of nagging inevitability.

Cash Box. Retrieved 7 January — via Google Books. The Daily Telegraph. Archived from the original on 27 November Retrieved 27 November Aftermath UK CD booklet.

The Rolling Stones. Aftermath CD booklet. Rolling Stone. Archived from the original on 14 August Retrieved 21 August Archived from the original on 23 October Retrieved 19 September Archived from the original on 31 August British Phonographic Industry. Select albums in the Format field. Select Silver in the Certification field. Retrieved 4 February Archived from the original on 29 February Retrieved 7 January Official Charts Company. Archived from the original on 10 January Retrieved 15 August Archived from the original on 8 May Retrieved 23 March Recording Industry Association of America.

Bentley, Mark December The Rolling Stones Aftermath ' ". Archived from the original on 25 December Keith Richards: The Unauthorised Biography. London: Hutchinson. London: Plexus. Entertainment Weekly. Archived from the original on 28 November Retrieved 12 January Keith Richards. London: Futura. Retrieved 5 February — via robertchristgau. Stereo Review.

Archived from the original on 16 December Retrieved 7 January — via robertchristgau. It also probably helped the many Americans who were already able to live outside institutions, but still felt anxious and unhappy. Miltown hit America in By , doctors had written 36 million prescriptions for it. At the height of its popularity, one out of every three prescriptions called for this drug.

Common as it was, it wasn't over-prescribed. There literally wasn't anything else. The presence of "Honky Tonk Women" propelled it to gold record status upon release on both sides of the Atlantic, although the simultaneously released British version long out of print, except as a bootleg CD is different and more confusing, but also more diverse and rewarding musically than the American version.

AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully. Blues Classical Country. Electronic Folk International. It's a parody of the misogynist, unlike 'Under My Thumb's' real thing. I get a kick out of it, but it's basically Jagger masturbating with the mike for eight minutes!

This album does showcase the songwriting talents of Mick and Keith. They've come a long way from 'Stoned'! Barnhugz April 25, Report. Get Off My Cloud - Drums and bass left, vocal middle, and lead guitar lines, clapping, back -up vocals right channel.

As Tears Go By - This is a mono take of the song. This is the commercially released vocal take of the song in wide stereo. Outta sight! This is my favorite early Stones track. Also found in true stereo on: German PolyGram "Aftermath". A little "brassy" sounding. Narrow stereo with a favor to the left channel. Jumpin' Jack Flash - Guitar one left channel, guitar two right channel, guitar three, drums, bass and vocal middle.

Street Fighting Man - Guitar far right, drums far left, and vocals in the middle. This track has been brightened up with "exciter" and sound much clearer than commercial releases.

Honky Tonk Women - Cow bell far right, horns and open G guitar chug right channel, second lead guitar left channel, and vocal and drums middle.

Opening: Acoustic guitar, horn, and vocal center. Acoustic guitar shift to right channel at Piano and lead electric guitar right channel. Castanets center. Organ left.

Dec 21,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Aftermath on Discogs. Label: Decca - LK ,Decca - LK • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Classic Rock/5(71).

9 thought on “Mothers Little Helper - The Rolling Stones - Aftermath (Vinyl, LP, Album)”

  1. Fenrikus says:
    Mother's Little Helper This song is by The Rolling Stones and appears on the album Aftermath () on the compilation album Flowers () on the compilation album Hot Rocks () on the compilation album Singles Collection: The London Years () on the album Forty Licks () on the compilation album GRRR! ().
  2. Fezil says:
    Nov 15,  · The Rolling Stones song Mother's Little Helper from their Aftermath album. This is the Oldies Refreshed version. Vocals by Roy Buckley.
  3. Gosida says:
    Aftermath [Vinyl] LP (12" album, 33 rpm), Remastered The after 40 years or so Aftermath remains one of the greatest Rolling Stones' album. It's Brian Jones at his peak and even though he didn't have a single writing credit his influence is everywhere: marimbas, sitar, dulcimer- he really colors the albums and he elevates the band in a way /5().
  4. Nagor says:
    ROLLING STONES Aftermath (Early s [circa ] UK issue of the track stereo vinyl LP on the blue 'boxed' Decca logo label, front laminated picture sleeve. The sleeve shows just a few light signs of shelfwear, this copy has a minor sticker mark to the top right corner and the vinyl looks barely played SKL).
  5. Arajar says:
    Aftermath, an Album by The Rolling Stones. Released in on Decca (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Blues Rock, Rock.
  6. Dataxe says:
    Lyrics to 'Mother's Little Helper' by The Rolling Stones. What a drag it is getting old 'Kids are different today,' I hear every mother say Mother needs something today to calm her down And though she's not really ill, there's a little yellow pill.
  7. Kir says:
    Both can be found on Stones' fourth album, Aftermath (UK version), their first containing only Jagger/Richards written songs. "Mother’s Little Helper" Track Info Written By Keith Richards & Mick.
  8. Sharg says:
    Mick Jagger gives us a warm welcome to the album in "mothers little helper" as he sings "what a draaaaag it is getting old" and then off goes Brian Jones with the sitar! Aah Brian Jones. The man of many instruments. The aftermath album is probably the album were he is the most versatile in his instrument playing.
  9. Molabar says:
    Feb 28, - Explore Namaste Interactive's board "Rolling Stones Album Covers", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Rolling stones album covers, Rolling stones albums, Rolling stones pins.

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