Mick Taylor Gets Rolling Stones Satisfaction For 1st Time In 40 Years

(hennemusic) Mick Taylor joined The Rolling Stones in San Jose last Wednesday for the band's encore performance of "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," marking the first time the guitarist has played the song live since 1973.

Earlier in the show, Taylor took his usual spot alongside the group for their 1969 classic, "Midnight Rambler." The former Stone is joining the band on the current tour following his guest appearances with them late last year.

Taylor originally joined the Stones in 1969 as a replacement for Brian Jones. His onstage debut as a Stone, at the age of 20, was the free Hyde Park concert on July 5, 1969.

An estimated quarter of a million people attended for a show that turned into a tribute to Jones, who had died three days before the concert. Mick played on some of the most popular Stones albums during his tenure with the group, which he left in 1974. Check out video of the jam here.

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