7"s The Charts - As Years Go By
196321NRCome On
196312-I Wanna Be Your Man
196420-The Rolling Stones [EP]
1964348Not Fade Away
1964NR24Tell Me (you're coming back)
1964126It's All Over Now
196413NRFive By Five [EP]
1964NR6Time Is On My Side
19641NRLittle Red Rooster
1965NR19Heart Of Stone
196519The Last Time
1965-96Play With Fire [B-side]
19656NRGot Live If You Want It! [EP]
196511Get Off Of My Cloud
19662219th Nervous Breakdown
1966-6As Tears Go By [B-side (UK only)]
196611Paint It, Black
1966NR8Mother's Little Helper
1966NR24Lady Jane [B-side]
196659Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby.?
1967355Let's Spend The Night Together
1967-1Ruby Tuesday [B-side]
1967850We Love You
1967-14Dandelion [B-side]
1967NR25She's A Rainbow
1967NR87In Another Land (Bill Wyman)
196813Jumpin' Jack Flash
1968NR48Street Fighting Man
196911Honky Tonk Women
1969-42You Can't Always Get What You Want [B-side]
1971-NRLittle Queenie (live)
197121Brown Sugar
197121NRStreet Fighting Man [UK only reissue]
1971NR28Wild Horses
197257Tumbling Dice
1973-NRSad Day
1973NR15Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)
19741016It's Only Rock And Roll
1974NR17Ain't Too Proud To Beg
1975-42I Don't Know Why
19754581Out Of Time
1976610Fool To Cry
1976NR49Hot Stuff [B-side]
197831Miss You
1978NR8Beast Of Burden
198093Emotional Rescue
19803326She's So Cold
198172Start Me Up
19815013Waiting On A Friend
1981NR20Hang Fire
19822625Going To A Go-Go (live)
198262-Time Is On My Side (live)
1982-NRLet's Spend The Night Together (live)
1983119Undercover (Of The Night)
19844244She Was Hot
1986135Harlem Shuffle
1986-28One Hit (To The Body)
1989365Mixed Emotions [first CD single]
19896323Rock And A Hard Place
19893150Almost Hear You Sigh
199061NRPaint It, Black [reissue]
199159NRRuby Tuesday (live)
1991NR-Sex Drive
19941491Love Is Strong
199423-You Got Me Rocking
19943860Out Of Tears
199529-I Go Wild
199612-Like A Rolling Stone (live) [CDS only]
199722-Anybody Seen My Baby
19982694Saint Of Me
199851NROut Of Control
200236-Don't Stop
200515-Streets Of Love
200533-Rain Fall Down
200651-Biggest Mistake
2010--Plundered My Soul
2011--No Spare Parts
201297-Doom And Gloom [10" PS and CDS only]
2016--Ride 'Em On Down [10" blue vinyl]
202061-Living In A Ghost Town [10" colored vinyl]
Note: 'NR' stands for 'Not Released'.

More detailed information on the charts, their estimation and records sales is available at BeatZenith and Wikipedia.

The single of the day

'Come On' was released as a 7" single in the UK on June 7, 1963, where it peaked at #21.
'Come On' was originally written and first released by Chuck Berry in 1961.
In May 1963, a couple of days after Brian Jones signed the band to a 3-year recording contract with Decca, Andrew Oldham had the boys recording their first single at the Olympic Sound Studios in Barnes, London. The original mixing by attendant engineer Roger Savage was not to the taste of Dick Rowe [PR, known for having turned down the Beatles] and therefore was re-cut at Decca 's West Hampstead studios.

According to Keith Richards, the cover of 'Come On' mainly was Oldham's idea to which the band agreed as Decca would enable them to record their first album which back then was a privilege.
Released a month later, on June 7, 1963, the singl... [+]

UK Demo 45About the songs

Nearly 80 songs recorded by the Rolling Stones entered either the UK or US charts since 1963, twelve of them peaking at #1 ['Satisfaction', 'Get Off Of My Cloud', 'Paint It, Black' and 'Honky Tonk Women' were #1 in both countries].

The early years also were the most prolific and, whereas most titles were not yet penned by the Jagger-Richards tandem, record labels Decca [in the UK] and London [in the US] would issue singles at a frantic pace, building the band's reputation as the Beatles' most serious threat.

However, no global marketing strategy would emerge before the 70's, and both countries cultivated their differences in their respective discographies, as would their affiliates in other parts of the world.

The richness and diversity of the Rolling Stones singles discography is mainly due to the fact that, during the 60's, Decca would consider singles an independent market from the LPs' one, whereas London would use this format as a 'lift' for album sales. Therefore, British singles would offer non-album tracks [except for compilations], and Decca England would pass on a few US releases, while the US would opt for different B-sides and be a little more productive.

US exclusive couplings and singles would however often be released on Decca in Europe, notably in Scandinavia for which UK would exclusively press 'export' singles [Scandinavian countries also pressed their own records and imported regular UK releases, see the Danish, Swedish and Norwegian discographies].

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