Former Rolling Stones guitarist Mick Taylor appeared as a special musical guest on Jimmy Fallon’s show Wednesday night.
Taylor sat in with The Roots all evening, playing snippets of tracks and even taking some playful abuse from guest Howard Stern.
Before the show, Taylor and the band warmed up the studio audience with the Stones’ classic, "Can't You Hear Me Knocking."
The track appeared on the Stones 1971 release, “Sticky Fingers,” during Taylor’s time with the group.
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