different Rolling Stones vinyl 7"s* have been issued worldwide [which includes 673
UK and 635
US releases], as of Wednesday 23 January 2019.
* 1762 releases + 2869 variations.
You can't judge a cover by looking at its number!
The Rolling Stones Japanese singles & EPs
A very single-minded test on the Rolling Stones worldwide singles' discography.
Stones7.com is strictly dedicated to the band's 7" singles and EPs worldwide from 1963 to nowadays. Daily updated, it has been the most serious and complete reference in its field since 2000 [also the best price guide].
Visitors can discover and browse freely parts of this site, including one country's discography every new week [currently 'Yugoslavia (ex)'] and the single of the day [currently 'Almost Hear You Sigh' - picked according to its release date].
For a little annual fee, members only have full access to all countries discographies, song by song browsing, price guide, and in-depth datas. [+]
A second pressing of the export EP 'Got Live If You Want It!' [SDE 7502] on boxed Decca labels.
What the fake!? Don't be fooled by counterfeits / fakes and fantasy repros. This page will help you identifying what's real and what's not.
'Almost Hear You Sigh' was released as a 7" single in the US exactly 29 years ago on January 23, 1990, where it peaked at #50.
Its UK counterpart, released on June 18, 1990, reached #31.
Written by Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Steve Jordan, 'Almost Hear You Sigh' was first written and recorded for possible inclusion on Keith Richards' first solo album 'Talk is Cheap'. A year or so later Richards played the track for Chris Kimsey and Mick Jagger while recording in Montserrat from March through June for the 'Steel Wheels' sessions. Jordan's writing credit stems from his work with Richards in 1987 and 1988.
Jagger changed some of the lyrics as evi... [+]
A replica of the rare Beggars Banquet Japanese promo flexi was made by Abkco on 30 November 2018, as part of the 50th anniversary edition of the album which also contains a one-sided 12" mono version of 'Sympathy For The Devil'.