different Rolling Stones vinyl 7"s* have been issued worldwide [which includes 766 UK The Rolling Stones UK singles and EPs discography and 675 US The Rolling Stones USA singles and EPs discography releases], as of Sunday 22 May 2022.

* 1777 releases + 3125 variations.
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last entry or new variation documented : Satisfaction, 7" from Italy, 1970

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This week's pick is Mexico, which counts 63 releases + 162 variations.

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The Single of The Day

'I Don't Know Why' was released as a 7" single in the UK on May 23, 1975.
Its US counterpart, released at the same time, reached #42.
'I Don't Know Why' - sometimes listed as 'I Don't Know Why I Love You' - is a 1968 song by Stevie Wonder, from the album 'For Once in My Life' and was the B-Side of the 1969 hit 'My Cherie Amour'. The song was recorded when Stevie was only 18 years old.

The Rolling Stones' version was recorded on June 30, 1969. The band was mixing the song when they learned that Brian Jones had died [July 3, 1969].
The single was released worldwide in 1975 with 'Try A Little Harder' on B-side, a 1964 number from the vaults where Mick Jagger would actually be the only band member to perform. Both tracks were extracted from the 'Metamorphosis' compilation album out that same year [1975].

The single only entered the charts in the US.
First pressings miscredited the song to 'Mick... [+]

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Selected Extracts From The Original Soundtrack of A Degree Of MurderSelected Extracts From The Original Soundtrack of A Degree Of Murder [1967]: The only 'official' 7" by Brian Jones, also featuring Jimmy Page, Nicky Hopkins & more was released in... January 2022 by 1960s Records.

To be released in June 2022 by Abkco: a 18x7" singles box set '1963-1966\.!


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