|Song of The Rolling Stones|
|Publication|| April 15 , 1966 |
June 20 , 1966
|Recording||March 6-9, 1966, RCA Studios, Los Angeles.|
|Producer (s)||Andrew Loog Oldham|
|Aftermath album timeline (USA)|
" Flight 505 " - in Spanish : "Flight 505" - is a song by the British rock band The Rolling Stones , included in the album Aftermath , released on April 15, 1966 in the United Kingdom and June 20, 1966 in the United States . It was written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards , and was recorded between March 6 and 9, 1966.
Allmusic critic Richie Unterberger commented "It's a weird, fun song on Aftermath that was musically on a dull side, but at least Mick Jagger and Keith Richards ventured into lyrically unusual territory ..." Flight 505 "has a melody derived from blues ... However, the lyrics are stranger than the melody, being a fairly practical account of a bored guy who decides to kick off on the plane, ending with the pilot putting the plane in the sea, it is say, staring at it, even though it's not written ... maybe the song shows the lifestyle the Stones had in 1966, taking planes all over the world for their tours, probably to the point that sometimes they weren't sure where they were or where they were going. 
Accredited: [ 4 ]
- Mick Jagger : voz.
- Keith Richards : electric guitar, backing vocals.
- Brian Jones : electric guitar, saxophone.
- Bill Wyman: bajo.
- Charlie Watts: batería.
- Ian Stewart: piano.
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- "Rolling Stones - Flight 505" . Rollingtimes.org (in English) . Retrieved June 16, 2017 .
- «The Complete Works of the Rolling Stones - Database». www.nzentgraf.de. Consultado el 16 de junio de 2017.
- Services, Keno Internet. "Flight 505 - Lyrics" . www.keno.org . Retrieved June 16, 2017 .