Rolling Stones vinyl 7"s* found worldwide [including 832 UK The Rolling Stones UK singles and EPs discography and 728 US The Rolling Stones USA singles and EPs discography], and counting...

* as of Saturday 25 May 2024 1820 releases + 3332 variations.
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Last entry or new variation documented : Not Fade Away, 7" EP from Australia, 1965

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'Jumpin' Jack Flash' was released as a 7" single in the UK on May 24, 1968, where it peaked at #1.
Its US counterpart, released on May 31, 1968, reached #3.
Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, recording on 'Jumpin' Jack Flash' began during the 'Beggars Banquet' sessions of 1968 [although it was not released on that album].
Richards has stated that he and Jagger wrote the lyrics while staying at Richards' country house, where they were awoken one morning by the sound of gardener Jack Dyer walking past the window. When Jagger asked what the noise was, Richards responded: "Oh, that's Jack – that's jumpin' Jack." The rest of the lyrics evolved from there.

Jagger said in a 1995 interview with Rolling Stone that the song arose "...out of all the acid of 'Satanic Majesties...' It's about having a hard time and getting out. Just a metaphor for getting out of all the acid things." In his auto... [+]

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The Rolling Stones 7" Singles 1966-1971 Pressed in the US and released on 2.2.2024 worldwide, 7" Singles 1966-1971, is a box set of 18 singles, following the first volume 1963-1966 from 2022.