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Jagger met Keith Richards by chance in 1960 and the two recognized her interest in rock ‘n’ roll combined with the blues. Between 1960 and 1962 The Rolling Stones were formed. While Jagger was the lead singer, Keith Richards was on guitar.

Michael Philip Jagger, better known as Mick Jagger, is celebrating his 79th birthday today. Born in Dartford, Kent, Mick Jagger is an English singer, songwriter, actor and film producer. He is known as one of the founding members and lead singer of The Rolling Stones.

Jagger met Keith Richards by chance in 1960 and the two recognized her interest in rock ‘n’ roll combined with the blues. Between 1960 and 1962, The Rolling Stones was founded. While Jagger was the lead singer, Keith Richards was on guitar. What followed next was a period of immense success for the Rolling Stones. With songs like ‘I can’t get satisfaction‘ and ‘Let’s spend the night together’The Rolling Stones gave many hits.

To celebrate Mick Jagger’s birthday, here is a playlist of the best songs:

1. let’s spend the night together

The song – written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards – was released in 1967. Following the track’s success, many artists including David Bowie created a rendition of this iconic song.

2. sympathy for the devil

Sympathy for The Devil was released in 1968 and was the opening track from the Beggars Banquet album. The song was a product of the songwriting collaboration between Mick Jagger and Keith Richards. It is considered one of the best songs of the pop music era.

3. You can’t always get what you want

The song was released in 1969 and was included on the Let It Bleed album. You Can’t Always Get What You Want is an evergreen song that speaks volumes to people of all ages.

4. Midnight Rambler

Midnight Rambler was featured on the Rolling Stones’ 1969 album Let It Bleed. This dark song is about a serial killer. Jagger and Richards wrote this song during one of their vacations in Italy, as mentioned in some of their interviews.

5. Paint it black

Paint It, Black was recorded in 1966 and is an uptempo song with Indian, Middle Eastern and Eastern European influences. The song’s lyrics emphasize grief and loss.

wish you a happy birthday Mike Jagger!

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