different Rolling Stones vinyl 7"s* have been issued worldwide [which includes 648
UK and 618
US releases], as of Saturday 22 July 2017.
* 1756 releases + 2777 variations.
You can't judge a cover by looking at its number!
The Rolling Stones Japanese singles & EPs
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.
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 'Brazil'] and the single of the day [currently 'It's All Over Now' - 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. [+]
The London years [1964-1971]
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Reaching 'Tops' in the USA!
Ride 'Em All Down, a track from the new album 'Blue and Lonesome', originally penned by Eddie Taylor, was released for the Record Store Day, on Nov. 25th, 2016, on a limited 10" PS [3,000 copies]!
A very single-minded test on the Rolling Stones worldwide singles' discography.
'It's All Over Now' was released as a 7" single in the US on July 25, 1964, where it peaked at #26.
Its UK counterpart, released on June 26, 1964, reached #1.
'It's All Over Now' was written by Bobby Womack and Shirley Womack. It was first released by The Valentinos featuring Bobby Womack. The Valentinos version entered the Billboard Hot 100 on June 27, 1964, where it stayed on the chart for two weeks, peaking at No. 94.
The Valentinos' original version was played to the Rolling Stones during their first North American tour in June 1964 by New York radio DJ Murray the K. After the band heard the song they recorded it nine days later at Chess Studios in Chicago. Years later Bobby Womack said in an interview that he told his manager that he did not want the Rolling Stones to record their version of the song, that he told Mick Jagger to get his own song. His manager convinced him to... [+]
Nine singles in picture sleeves [replicas of worldwide releases from various countries] will be issued by Abkco to accompany the release of LPs and CDs box sets of mono studio recordings on 30 September 2016.