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Did you just make that up, yacht rock? That would be music you would commonly find coming from a yacht? Well at one time that would be Loggins & Messina, or Crosby, or Jimmy Buffett. These days I would think this might fit
That would be my yacht anyway.
How about Satisfaction or Miss You?
Biggest Mistake, perhaps?
Naah ... the Stones aren't yacht rock at all. Some "older" groups went into that territory in the late 70s, like Crosby Stills & Nash, or The Beach Boys (around Love You?), but the Stones never sounded like it, not even in their schmaltziest electric piano disco phase. They're too loose, too "black", too British, and not slick enough. The closest I can think of are some of the falsetto-laden stuff like Tops or No Use In Crying.
Yacht rock is soft rock that embraced smoother R&B sensibilities in combination with layered vocal harmonies and state-of-the-art production.
Must have electric piano on it.
Think Steely Dan, Christopher Cross, Toto, Kenny Loggins, Gino Vannelli... acts like that.