ABKCO Announces Details For New Singles/EP Collection From The Rolling Stones

Courtesy: ABKCO

The Rolling Stones is celebrating its 60th (yes, 60th) anniversary this year, and in celebration of the historic mark, ABKCO will release a new collection of the band’s singles next month in the form of The Rolling Stones Singles 1963-1966.

The new limited edition box set of singles is scheduled for release June 10. It features reproductions of the band’s first 18 7″ vinyl singles and EPs. Those records were originally released through Decca Records and London Records. The music was remastered by 12-time Grammy award-winning engineer Bob Ludwig.

A 32-page booklet will accompany the new box set. It will feature liner notes by Rolling Stones authority Nigel Williamson, as well as rare photos. A poster and five exclusive cards are also included in the hard shell box.

The full record/track listing for the collection is noted below. A companion box set, dubbed The Rolling Stones Singles 1966-1971 is scheduled for release next year.

The Rolling Stones Singles 1963-1966 tracklist:  

“Come On” (originally released June 1963) 
Side A: Come On 
Side B: I Want To Be Loved 

“I Wanna Be Your Man” (originally released November 1963) 
Side A: I Wanna Be Your Man 
Side B: Stoned 

The Rolling Stones E.P. (originally released January 1964) 
Side A:  
Bye Bye Johnny 
Side B: 
You Better Move On 
Poison Ivy 

“Not Fade Away” (originally released February 1964) 
Side A: Not Fade Away 
Side B: Little By Little 

“Tell Me” (originally released June 1964)  
Side A: Tell Me 
Side B: I Just Wanna Make Love To You 

“It’s All Over Now” (originally released June 1964) 
Side A: It’s All Over Now 
Side B: Good Times, Bad Times 

Five by Five E.P. (originally released August 1964) 
Side A: 
If You Need Me 
Empty Heart 
2120 South Michigan Avenue 
Side B: 
Confessin’ The Blues 
Around and Around 

“Time Is On My Side” (originally released September 1964) 
Side A: Time Is On My Side 
Side B: Congratulations 

“Little Red Rooster” (originally released November 1964) 
Side A: Little Red Rooster 
Side B: Off The Hook 

“Heart Of Stone” (originally released December 1964) 
Side A: Heart Of Stone 
Side B: What A Shame 

“The Last Time” (originally released February 1965) 
Side A: The Last Time 
Side B: Play With Fire 

Got Live If You Want It! E.P. (originally released June 1965) 
Side A: 
We Want The Stones (Live) 
Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Live) 
Pain In My Heart (Live) 
Route 66 (Live) 
Side B:  
I’m Moving On 
I’m Alright 

“(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction” 

(US version, originally released June 1965) 
Side A: (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction 
Side B: The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man 

“(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction)” (UK version, originally released August 1965)
Side A: (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction 
Side B: The Spider And The Fly 

“Get Off Of My Cloud” (US version, originally released September 1965)
Side A: Get Off Of My Cloud 
Side B: I’m Free 

“Get Off Of My Cloud (UK version, originally released October 1965) 
Side A: Get Off Of My Cloud 
Side B: The Singer Not The Song 

“As Tears Go By” (originally released December 1965) 
Side A: As Tears Go By 
Side B: Gotta Get Away 

“19th Nervous Breakdown” (US version, originally released February 1966) 
Side A: 19th Nervous Breakdown 
Side B: Sad Day 

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