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Keith Richards' most famous guitar part nearly didn't make it off the cutting room floor. Keith insists that the riff came to him in his sleep, and that he originally intended for it to be a horn part.
Of the studio recording that would go on to sell innumerable Maestro fuzzboxes, The Rolling Stone remembers: "This was just a little sketch, because, to my mind, the fuzz tone was really there to denote what the horns would be doing."
Conclusive proof that, while you can't always get what you want, if you try sometimes, you might find that you get what you need. Ahem.