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Singles 1963-1965

by The Rolling Stones

Singles 1963-1965 by The Rolling Stones

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Singles 1963-1965

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Label: ABKCO
These songs may have been packaged together about a thousand times, but for folks who don't have England's Newest Hitmakers, the original Decca releases or one of the many previously available comprehensive singles collections, this is where you'll find The Stones' very first single, Chuck Berry's "Come On"; their super blown-out and breakneck take on the Lennon-McCartney-penned "I Wanna Be Your Man"; and Brian Jones playing guitar like he was actually in Howlin' Wolf's band (check "What a Shame" and the solo in "Heart of Stone"). For Keith worship, try "It's All Over Now."

About This Album

These songs may have been packaged together about a thousand times, but for folks who don't have England's Newest Hitmakers, the original Decca releases or one of the many previously available comprehensive singles collections, this is where you'll find The Stones' very first single, Chuck Berry's "Come On"; their super blown-out and breakneck take on the Lennon-McCartney-penned "I Wanna Be Your Man"; and Brian Jones playing guitar like he was actually in Howlin' Wolf's band (check "What a Shame" and the solo in "Heart of Stone"). For Keith worship, try "It's All Over Now."

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About This Album

These songs may have been packaged together about a thousand times, but for folks who don't have England's Newest Hitmakers, the original Decca releases or one of the many previously available comprehensive singles collections, this is where you'll find The Stones' very first single, Chuck Berry's "Come On"; their super blown-out and breakneck take on the Lennon-McCartney-penned "I Wanna Be Your Man"; and Brian Jones playing guitar like he was actually in Howlin' Wolf's band (check "What a Shame" and the solo in "Heart of Stone"). For Keith worship, try "It's All Over Now."