Genre: Pop Rock
Size: 12"
Additional Artists: Brian Jones
Format: 33RPM,


The Rolling Stones Stand Import LP

The Rolling Stones

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Limited Edition Vinyl LP - Only 300 Copies!

Early tracks from the young Rolling Stones, covering songs by Chuck Berry, Willie Dixon, the Coasters, Bo Diddley, the Beatles, Benny Spellman and Jimmy Reed.

"Come On" was chosen as the Rolling Stones' debut single. Released in the late spring of 1963, it reached number 21 on the UK single charts. The B-side was the Stones' arrangement of Willie Dixon's "I Want to Be Loved". Both songs were recorded in May 1963. The Stones recorded two different versions of "Poison Ivy" (originally recorded by the Coasters) in 1963, the first version appearing on their self-titled EP released in early 1964. Marking Bo Diddley's popularity in England, the Rolling Stones, who early in their career often played Diddley songs live, covered "Diddley Daddy" (along with Diddley's "Road Runner") on their first demo, recorded on March 11, 1963. "I Wanna Be Your Man" is a Lennon-McCartney tune recorded and released by the Stones as their second single on November 1, 1963. Their version was an early hit for the group, and one of the few Stones songs to feature only Brian Jones on backing vocals. Released only as a single, the Rolling Stones' rendition did not appear on a studio album. The B-side of the second single was the group's original composition "Stoned", a "Green Onions" influenced instrumental.

• Limited Edition - Only 300 copies
• Vinyl LP
• LP-shaped circular inner sleeve
• Import

Mick Jagger, vocals, harmonica
Brian Jones, guitar, harmonica, vocals
Bill Wyman, bass guitar, vocals
Charlie Watts, drums
Keith Richards, guitar

Side A:

1. Come On
2. Poison Ivy
3. Diddley Daddy
4. I Wanna Be Your Man
5. Memphis, Tennessee
6. Fortune Teller
Side B:
1. Roll Over Beethoven
2. Road Runner
3. Baby What's Wrong
4. Bright Lights, Big City
5. Stoned
6. I Want To Be Loved

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