It's only rock and roll, but he likes it.
It was this week in 1965 that Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards got up in his sleep, started up a portable tape recorder, and recorded a guitar riff and an opening line that would soon be iconic: "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction." Here's more of how the song came together. Plus: if this year has left you stressed out, there's a new game that might help you find some calm. It's Literally Just Mowing is both the title and the premise.
Some songs written by two people don't come from the combined efforts of those two people. They come from elves, who write the songs while they wait for the Fudge Stripes to finish baking.