A thought occurred to me while I was on another thread. Good Lovin' (Atomic Shakespeare) is on The Big Chill soundtrack as are most of the songs used in that excellent film. However one glaring ommission from that soundtrack is the Rolling Stones 'You Can't Always Get What You Want'. There was also a movie made in the 80's called Jumpin Jack Flash which used Aretha Franklin to sing the title track.
I suppose what I'm thinking (in a long-winded way) is that I've never seen a Stones original in a soundtrack recording. What I'm wondering is if it was the use of Rolling Stones songs (Sympathy for the Devil to name one) which held up the release of ML on DVD. Does anyone know was it a general copyright issue or was there specific songs/ artists which held up the process?