One of the most visceral and dynamic records the Rolling Stones ever made, 'Street Fighting Man' kicked the summer of '68 into gear with a driving Keith Richards acoustic guitar track salvaged from an early demo version of the song.

Originally titled 'Did Everyone Pay Their Dues?,' the song has a grit and simplicity that is contrasted by Brian Jones's subtle, yet effective, sitar. An insistent rhythm and smooth-as-fire bass line propel this to the skies. With a bite of sarcasm, Jagger sings 'Summer's here and the time is right for fighting in the street' as a take on the Martha & The Vandellas hit 'Dancing In The Street.' The controversial single art was banned and is one of the most sought after Stones items.


Watch the Rolling Stones Perform 'Street Fighting Man'