It was 47 years in the past as we speak, on September 10, 1973, that the BBC banned The Rolling Stones single Star Star from their Goats Head Soup album. The cause being that the observe contained the phrase “Starf***er” within the refrain a dozen instances. The 1973 tune was launched as single with Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker) in some European nations and is taken into account one in every of The Rolling Stones’ most express songs.
Star Star was initially known as Starf***er however Atlantic Records chief Ahmet Ertegün insisted on the identify change.
Despite the title’s censorship, the tune was infamous for its lyrics about sexual acts involving fruit.
Plus Star Star included controversial mentions of stars like John Wayne and Steve McQueen.
When Goats Head Soup was remastered in 1994, the Virgin CD featured the uncensored model.
The 77-year-old continued: “Sonically they nonetheless sound like they had been recorded then, even when they weren’t excellent.
“You could make them sound a bit higher than they did.
“But I believe these three songs are all up there with the remainder of the songs on this document.”
On teaming up with The Rolling Stones for Scarlet nearly 50 years in the past, Page mentioned: “There was an invite to do a session. It was with Keith.”
The Led Zeppelin guitarist added: “So I mentioned, ‘I’ll let you know what, I’ll carry my guitar alongside and I’ll lay the solo elements on it.’
“It’s actually nice to have accomplished it. It’s good what Mick has accomplished with it. But it’s additionally good to listen to Jimmy Page flying as he was within the 1970s.”
While Jagger added: “I bear in mind first jamming this with Jimmy and Keith in Ronnie [Wood]’s basement studio. It was an incredible session.
“By discovering these songs that haven’t been launched, particularly now in the intervening time – it’s good to do that kinda stuff.”