The footage shows them performing the iconic song for the 1968 Jean-Luc Godard movie, “Sympathy for the Devil.”
When it comes to music, we all have different tastes. However, there are some songs that are just classics and even if you’re not a personal fan, you can’t deny it.
The same goes for music artists as well. One of those names in the music industry that has stood the test of time and proven themselves iconic throughout the decades is The Rolling Stones.
While they’re older now and wouldn’t be quite what they used to be during the height of their youth and fame, they’re still pretty awesome and their songs are still played to this day.
But looking back on footage from the old days of them performing is pretty cool, like the footage of them performing the iconic song they did for the 1968 Jean-Luc Godard movie, “Sympathy for the Devil.”
In the video clip, Goddard is able to capture another side of the band’s creative flow as they work through the song, including Mick Jagger’s vocals.
It is definitely a clip that you’d want to watch over and over, even to this day.
As explained in the video below: “This video delves into the story behind the song, including the unique blend of musical styles that sets it apart. The video also explores the song’s lasting impact on the music industry and its continued popularity in live performances. Join us as we take a closer look at this classic song and its place in rock and roll history.”
Check out the video down below:
What do you think? What is your favorite era for music? Let us know!