Since his first single 'Memo From Turner' [from the movie soundtrack 'Performance'] in 1970, to the 1980's, Mick Jagger appeared on the 'Ned Kelly' soundtrack, and other artists works, like Leon Russell's 1969 album [Shelter Records GZS-1049] or Peter Tosh's 1978' single 'Don't Look Back', but his solo career really started in 1985 with 'She's
The Boss', his first solo album, whom the single 'Just Another Night' was a Top Ten hit.
At the time, Jagger also recorded the single 'Ruthless People' [from the movie of the same name], and duets with Michael Jackson ['State Of Shock'], and David Bowie [covering 'Dancing In The Streets' - for the Live Aid charity event].
In 1987, his second album 'Primitive Cool' failed to match the commercial success of his debut but was critically well received.
Following the successful comeback of the Rolling Stones' Steel Wheels , which saw the end of Jagger and Richards' well-publicised feud, Jagger began routining new material for what would become 'Wandering Spirit' in 1993 - his only solo album from the 90's. Reaching #12 in the UK and #11 in the US, this third album was a success, supported by the singles 'Sweet Thing' and 'Don't Tear Me Up'.
In 2001 was released his fourth effort 'Goddess In The Doorway' including the hit single 'Visions Of Paradise'.
Jagger also co-signed 'Alfie' with Dave Stewart in 2004, a song from the motion picture soundtrack of the same name.
In 2007 a compilation 'The Very Best Of' saw the light of the day on Rhino Records, including the unreleased track 'Charmed Life'.
For more information on Mick Jagger, please visit Mick Jagger.com.
|Mick Jagger - in the charts [summary]|
|Track||UK [wks]||US [wks]||rel.date|
|Memo From Turner||32 ||-||11/1970|
|State Of Shock [w/ M. Jackson]||14 ||3 ||06/1984|
|Just Another Night||32 ||12 ||02/1985|
|Lucky In Love||-||38 ||05/1985|
|Dancing In The Street [w/ D. Bowie]||1 ||7 ||08/1985|
|Ruthless People||-||51 ||07/1986|
|Let's Work||31 ||39 ||09/1987|
|Sweet Thing||24 ||84 ||01/1993|
|Visions Of Paradise||43 ||-||03/2002|
|Old Habits Die Hard [w/ D. Stewart]||45 ||-||10/2004|
Below is a selection of worldwide singles [7" and 12" and CDS] by Mick Jagger whom artworks are significantly unique and therefore collectable [some 2000's titled-only sleeves used for promo silver CDS have been voluntarily omitted due to their dubious origin or lack of interest].