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 Tuesday 21 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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The Single of The Day

'Miss You' was released as a 7" single in the UK on May 19, 1978, where it peaked at #3.
Its US counterpart, released at the same time, reached #1.
'Miss You' was written by Mick Jagger jamming with keyboardist Billy Preston during rehearsals for the March 1977 El Mocambo club gigs [yielding Side 3 of the 'Love You Live' album]. Keith Richards is credited for co-writing. Mick Jagger and Ron Wood insist that 'Miss You' wasn't conceived as a disco song, while Keith Richards said "...Miss You was a damn good disco record, it was calculated to be one". Charlie Watts said that "A lot of those songs like Miss You on 'Some Girls'... were heavily influenced by going to the discos. You can hear it in a lot of those four-to-the-floor and the Philadelphia-style drumming." For the bass part Bill Wyman started from Billy Preston's bass guitar on the song demo. Chris Kimsey, who engineered the recording of the song, sai... [+]

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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.

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