5 Rolling Stones Tracks to Help Harry Styles 'Move Like Jagger' on Debut Solo Record
Harry Styles recently graced the cover of U.K. men's fashion and lifestyle magazine AnOther Man. The three various cover looks all shared one similarity -- Styles' strong resemblance to Mick Jagger -- and people were quick to notice.
Considering Zayn Malik and Niall Horan have already bitten the bullet in terms of releasing solo material, it's only a matter of time until Styles follows suit. So in light of recent comparisons likening Styles to Jagger -- more so in terms of physical than sonic style -- here are five Rolling Stones songs that could inspire the 1D member as he (hopefully) begins work on his own solo debut.
"You Can't Always Get What You Want" -- Let It Bleed, 1969
This classic Stones track is just the right amount of rock for Style's pop-driven tendencies. The song's lyrical content would also make for a nice segue into his solo career, as it could be just what he needs.
"Beast of Burden" -- Some Girls, 1978
Styles' voice would pair well with the vocal arrangements heard on this track.
"No Expectations" -- Beggars Banquet, 1968
The subtle and twangy production here would allow Styles to build off the ballad-geared original.
"Lady Jane" -- Aftermath, 1966
If there's one thing One Direction knew how to do well, it was sing about girls. "Lady Jane" is a track Styles could surely take as his own.
"She's a Rainbow" -- The Satanic Majesties Request, 1967
Save for the lengthy instrumental breaks, the uptempo production heard here is most familiar to Styles. A sample of this track would serve as a nice hook in a song of his own, or a cover would work well too.