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The Single of The Day

'Come On' was released as a 7" single in the UK on June 7, 1963, where it peaked at #21.
'Come On' was originally written and first released by Chuck Berry in 1961.
In May 1963, a couple of days after Brian Jones signed the band to a 3-year recording contract with Decca, Andrew Oldham had the boys recording their first single at the Olympic Sound Studios in Barnes, London. The original mixing by attendant engineer Roger Savage was not to the taste of Dick Rowe [PR, known for having turned down the Beatles] and therefore was re-cut at Decca 's West Hampstead studios.

According to Keith Richards, the cover of 'Come On' mainly was Oldham's idea to which the band agreed as Decca would enable them to record their first album which back then was a privilege.
Released a month later, on June 7, 1963, the single reached number 21 on the UK single charts, where it stayed for 14 weeks. The song featured on the... [+]

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The Rolling Stones 7" Singles 1963-1966Released on June 10, 2022, The Rolling Stones 7" Singles 1963-1966, a box set of 15 singles and 3 EPs spanning the 7" UK and US production from 1963 to 1966.

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