Brazil Brazilian 7" discography / The RSR - WEA years [1971-1977]

Rolling Stones Records logo Happy PS 'Happy' promo EP - 1972As for many countries during the Warner years, standard singles were distributed into a local generic thick tongue-shaped company sleeve.
Yet two EPs were also pressed in Brazil.

In 1974, an eponymous EP [RSCD 190.001] with a 'Goats Head Soup' miniature picture sleeve compiled the two previous singles 'Angie' and 'Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo' (Heartbreaker)' - two slight different editions of it saw the light of the day the same year as Warner was changing its catalogue number process [the same EP would be issued in Mexico with 'Star Star' replacing 'Dancing With Mr D.'].

The magazine 'Rock Espetacular' in 1976 also produced and give away a unique promo 4-track EP ('It's Only Rock'n'Roll' / 'Happy' / 'Angie' / 'Bitch' - RG-O2) with its latest issue. It came out in a neutral company sleeve.
Because of another cataloguing system in 1976, 'Fool To Cry' also exists with two different catalogue numbers [3-05 101-005 / 18000].

Tumbling Dice in company sleeve
RSR / WEA information
# view cat.# year titles a-side / b-side sleeve - labels
41 view details 2165 001 1971 Brown Sugar / Bitch  
42-a view details RS-19103 1972 Tumbling Dice / Sweet Black Angel tongue CS - promo
42-b view details RS-19103 1972 Tumbling Dice / Sweet Black Angel tongue CS
43 view details RS-19104 1972 Happy / All Down The Line tongue CS
44-a view details RS-19105 1973 Angie / Silver Train tongue CS
44-b view details 3-05 101-001 1973 Angie / Silver Train tongue CS
45 view details RS-19109 1973 Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo / Dancing With Mr D. tongue CS
46 view details RSCD 190.001 1974 Angie (+3) EP - PS
47 view details RS-19301 1974 It's Only Rock'n'Roll / Through The Lonely Nights tongue CS
48 view details 3-05 201-001 1974 Angie (+3) EP - PS
49 view details 3-05 101-004 1975 Ain't Too Proud To Beg / Dance Little Sister tongue CS
50 view details 18.000 1976 Fool To Cry / Crazy Mama tongue CS
51 view details RG-02 1976 It's Only Rock'n'Roll (+3, Rock Espectacular) EP - magazine
* note that 'Wild Horses' has been removed due to unconfirmed existence.
Again, beware of fake covers for this period.