The Rolling Stone (November 9, 1967)
Dr Hook wrote about the thrill of getting one’s picture here, even though he didn’t until March 1973, I believe, as a result of this song, released in 1972.
I randomized the timing, but that Mars conjunct Ascendant is striking. The chart also has two inconjuncts which are time-related, so, these three aspects may not actually exist, but it’s interesting to look at them anyway.
Moon Inconjunct Pluto
This aspect means that your emotions are very intense and not always easy to deal with. Often your feelings make you want to do or say something without knowing why. You probably enjoy exploring the mysterious and probing hidden secrets. Even while you are young, you will understand human nature better than most people, but to use this ability positively, you must be reasonably calm about your feelings.
Saturn Inconjunct Midheaven
This aspect indicates that you very much need a positive relationship with your parents [or producers]. Unless you are truly supported by your family and friends, you will begin to feel lonely and isolated from others and inferior to them. Also you are likely to have some very serious difficulties with authority figures, because you are afraid of how they will treat you, not expecting that anyone will ever give you the loving guidance you need. You will see all authorities only as potential threats to your freedom and as sources of pain and trouble.
Mars Conjunct Ascendant
You are strong-willed, and people quickly realize that you are not someone [or something] to trifle with. You have all the classic qualities of Mars — self-reliance, courage and daring, personal aggressiveness and independence. You need to have complete control over your own life, but there is a danger that you will be too quarrelsome and domineering.