Rolling Stones vinyl 7"s* found worldwide [including 832 UK The Rolling Stones UK singles and EPs discography and 729 US The Rolling Stones USA singles and EPs discography], and counting...

* as of Saturday 13 July 2024 1820 releases + 3335 variations.
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Last entry or new variation documented : Let's Spend The Night Together, 7" from Belgium, 1967

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This week's pick is Greece, which counts 32 releases + 29 variations.

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The Single of The Day

'Honky Tonk Women' was released as a 7" single in the US on July 11, 1969, where it peaked at #1.
Its UK counterpart, released on July 4, 1969, also reached #1.
'Honky Tonk Women' was written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards while on holiday in Brazil from late December 1968 to early January 1969. Inspired by Brazilian gauchos at the ranch where Jagger and Richards were staying in Matão, São Paulo, the song was originally conceived as an acoustic country song.

Two versions of the song were recorded by the band: the familiar hit which appeared on the 45 single and their 1960s compilation 'Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2)'; and a honky-tonk version entitled 'Country Honk' with slightly different lyrics, which appeared on 'Let It Bleed'. The concert rendition of the song featured on 'Get Yer Ya-Ya's Out!' differs from both the hit version and the country version, with a markedl... [+]

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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.