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  • "Mother's Little Helper" is the 188th episode of Casualty and the 12th episode of the 11th series.
  • Mother's little Helper ist ein Song der Rolling Stones aus dem Jahr 1966, in dem sie über das 1963 auf dem Markt gekommene Medikament Valium (Diazepam, ein Benzodiazepin) singen.
  • Mother's Little Helper is a song in Mafia III.
  • Mother's Little Helper is the 17th episode of Season 9. It aired on March 25th, 2014.
  • "Mother's Little Helper" (shown as "Mothers Little Helper" on the original US single's label) is a song by the English rock and roll band The Rolling Stones. It first appeared as the opening track to the United Kingdom version of their 1966 album Aftermath. It was released as a single in the United States and peaked at # 8 on the Billboard Singles Charts in 1966. The B-side "Lady Jane" peaked at # 24. Toward the end of the song, the mothers are warned: The song is in the key of E minor.
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  • Mother's Little Helper
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  • 17
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  • 1966
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  • "Mother's Little Helper" is the 188th episode of Casualty and the 12th episode of the 11th series.
  • Mother's little Helper ist ein Song der Rolling Stones aus dem Jahr 1966, in dem sie über das 1963 auf dem Markt gekommene Medikament Valium (Diazepam, ein Benzodiazepin) singen.
  • Mother's Little Helper is a song in Mafia III.
  • "Mother's Little Helper" (shown as "Mothers Little Helper" on the original US single's label) is a song by the English rock and roll band The Rolling Stones. It first appeared as the opening track to the United Kingdom version of their 1966 album Aftermath. It was released as a single in the United States and peaked at # 8 on the Billboard Singles Charts in 1966. The B-side "Lady Jane" peaked at # 24. Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, "Mother's Little Helper" was recorded in Los Angeles from 3–8 December 1965. The song deals with the sudden popularity of Valium (diazepam), a mild tranquilizer, among housewives and the ease of obtaining it from their GPs. Toward the end of the song, the mothers are warned: The song is based around folksy chords and an eastern-flavoured guitar riff sounding like a sitar. Keith Richards has been quoted that he remembers the signature riff as being slide played on an electric 12-string. It has also been documented that it was played by Brian Jones on his Vox 12-string Mando-Guitar. Richards also remembers the ending of the song being the idea ofBill Wyman, whose driving bass is a distinctive feature of the studio track. The song is in the key of E minor.
  • Mother's Little Helper is the 17th episode of Season 9. It aired on March 25th, 2014.
  • "Mother's Little Helper" (shown as "Mothers Little Helper" on the original US single's label) is a song by the English rock and roll band The Rolling Stones. It first appeared as the opening track to the United Kingdom version of their 1966 album Aftermath. It was released as a single in the United States and peaked at # 8 on the Billboard Singles Charts in 1966. The B-side "Lady Jane" peaked at # 24. Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, "Mother's Little Helper" was recorded in Los Angeles from 3–8 December 1965. The song deals with the sudden popularity of Valium (diazepam), a mild tranquilizer, among housewives and the ease of obtaining it from their GPs. Toward the end of the song, the mothers are warned: The song is based around folksy chords and an eastern-flavoured guitar riff sounding like a sitar. Keith Richards has been quoted that he remembers the signature riff as being slide played on an electric 12-string. Richards states he played the riff, but the majority of sources indicate that, in fact, Brian Jones played the riff. When the band played the song live during their 1966 tours, Jones played the riff on his Rickenbacker 360/12. It has also been documented that it was played by Jones on his Vox 12-string Mando-Guitar. Richards also remembers the ending of the song being the idea of Bill Wyman, whose driving bass is a distinctive feature of the studio track. The song is in the key of E minor.
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