The Rolling Stones - Mother's Little Helper

The Rolling Stones - Mother's Little Helper
Year: 1966
Country: UK
Release date: June 1966
Genre: Pop
Style: Psychedelic Rock
Label: London
Producer: Adrew Loog Oldham
Writers: Jagger, Richards
Recorded: 3-8 December 1965
Length of the song: 2:40
Info: This song is dadicated to all the American mothers who took LSD. The songname 'Mother's Little Helper' reffers to the drug LSD in the form of small round pill with a happy face on it. This drug was very popular in the fifties and was used by many American household women. It broke the daily grind and was an ideal antidepressiva. The song first appeared on their album 'Afthermath'.