50 years ago, "Satisfaction" by the Rolling Stones debuted in Britain after premiering in the US more than
two months earlier. Despite its age, CBS News correspondent Charlie D'Agata reports that the song and the
band are still going strong.
Mick, Keith, drummer Charlie Watts, guitarist Brian Jones and bassist Bill Wyman first recorded "Satisfaction"
in May of 1965 in Chicago, and they finished it at RCA Studios in Hollywood. That year, "Satisfaction" spent
14 weeks as number 1 on the charts, and the Rolling Stones cemented their place in American rock and roll.