The Rolling Stones - Yesterday’s Papers (Song)
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  • Something interesting about Yesterday’s Papers is that the track has sort of a psychedelic sound to it
  • It’s difficult to describe without a listener actually hearing this track but once you hear it I’m sure that you can agree that there’s certainly a psychedelic influence on this track, not only through the instrumentation and the music but also just through the vocal deliveries on this track
  • Compared to the traditional Rolling Stones song, this obviously maintains some of the sound but it certainly takes influence from a source which isn’t where it typically comes from and I believe this source would be a lot of the psychedelic rock bands who were around at this time
  • Overall, not the catchiest or most accessible song by The Rolling Stones but certainly a unique sound which I’d recommend looking in to


    • by Grimmy101
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      Yesterday’s Papers is a song by The Rolling Stones which appears on Between The Buttons. Something interesting about Yesterday’s Papers is that the track has sort of a psychedelic sound to it.

      For one, the background vocals seem to have sort of a fade in and out effect which makes it appear as if they’re swooping in and out which has a psychedelic type


      of effect to it.

      It’s difficult to describe without a listener actually hearing this track but once you hear it I’m sure that you can agree that there’s certainly a psychedelic influence on this track, not only through the instrumentation and the music but also just through the vocal deliveries on this track.

      As the song progresses on, the sound almost becomes basically hypnotizing ...


      • which is another reason why I deem this track as having some psychedelic influence to it.

        Compared to the traditional Rolling Stones song, this obviously maintains some of the sound but it certainly takes influence from a source which isn’t where it typically comes from and I believe this source would be a lot of the psychedelic rock bands who were around at this

        time.

        I personally like this song for one thing because I really enjoy psychedelic rock but also because it shows The Rolling Stones out of their conventional sound and they prove that they can expand that sound to sound just as good with psychedelic rock.

        Overall, not the catchiest or most accessible song by The Rolling Stones but certainly a unique sound which I’d recommend looking in to.




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