“(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” covered by Rory Gallagher and Jerry Lee Lewis

It has a different vibe, for sure. Yes, it’s still a rock song being covered in a rock style. But the blues roots of Irish musician Rory Gallagher come through, and with the addition of the iconic Jerry Lee Lewis voice (brief but sweet), it hits differently. Check out “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” covered By Rory Gallagher and Jerry Lee Lewis below, which can also be heard on Rory Gallagher’s upcoming greatest hits album due out in October, The Best Of Rory Gallagher. Rory Gallagher was an Irish blues/rock musician during the 70’s/80’s, and you can read more about Rory here. The song was originally released in 1965 by the Rolling Stones and has been covered by so many great musicians like Aretha Franklin, The Beatles, Otis Redding, and Devo to name a few. Check out the full story here.

Below are some other classic covers of the song:




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