In the October 12, 1968 issue of RS, Mick Jagger gave one of his most extensive interviews to date, opening up about the influence of the blues on the Stones and Bob Dylan's response to their music. "Dylan once [told Keith Richards], 'I could have written 'Satisfaction' but you couldn't have written 'Tambourine Man.' That was just funny. It was great. That's what he's like. It's true but I'd like to hear Bob Dylan sing '(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction.'" Go to All Access to read the full interview.