The Rolling Stones

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Keith Richards (1943-..), Mick Jagger (1943-..), Charlie Watts (1941-..), Brian Jones (1942-69), Bill Wyman (1936-..). photo 1964 – other band members include Ronnie Wood (1947-..) since 1974, Mick Taylor (1949-..) from 1969 to 1974 and Ian Stewart (1938-85) from 1962 to 1963.

The Rolling Stones release 350 songs in 30 studio albums in 1963-2016 and also publish 28 live LPs. The band starts with covers of famous R&B songs and carries on with own compositions as of 1965. Except for its 1966/67 forays into prog-rock and occasional incursions into pop-rock, it remains faithful to its original Rythm n’Blues roots throughout the 50 years of its career.

2020 SINGLE –  Living in a ghost town  ∙  2016 BLUE AND LONESOME –  Ride ’em on down  ∙  Hate to see you go  ∙  2005 A BIGGER BANG –  Rain fall down  ∙  Streets of love  ∙  1997 BRIDGES TO BABYLON –  Flip the switch  ∙  Anybody seen my baby?  ∙  Out of control  ∙  Saint of me  ∙  1995 SINGLE –  Like a rolling stone  ∙  VOODOO LOUNGE 1994 –  Love is strong  ∙  Sparks will fly  ∙  Out of tears  ∙  1991 FLASHPOINT (Live LP) –  Highwire  ∙  Sex drive  ∙  1989 STEEL WHEELS –  Sad sad sad  ∙  Terrifying  ∙  Rock and a hard place  ∙  Almost hear you sigh  ∙  1986 DIRTY WORK –  One hit (to the body)  ∙  Harlem shuffle  ∙  SINGLE 1984 –  Think I’m going mad  ∙  1983 UNDERCOVER –  Undercover of the Night  ∙  She was hot  ∙  Too much blood  ∙  1981 TATOO YOU –  Start me up  ∙  Waiting on a friend  ∙  Going to a go-go  ∙  1980 EMOTIONAL RESCUE –  Emotional rescue  ∙  She’s so cold  ∙ 

1978 SOME GIRLS –  Miss you  ∙  Respectable  ∙  Beast of burden  ∙  1976 BLACK AND BLUE –  Hot stuff  ∙  Fool to cry  ∙  1975 SINGLE –  I don’t know why (I love you)  ∙  1974 IT’S ONLY ROCK’N ROLL –  Ain’t too proud to beg  ∙  It’s only Rock ‘n roll (but I like it)  ∙  Dance little sister  ∙  1973 GOAT’S HEAD SOUP –  Doo doo doo doo doo (Heartbreaker)  ∙  Angie  ∙  Star star  ∙  SINGLE –  Sad day  ∙  1972 EXILE ON MAIN STREET –  Rocks off  ∙  Tumbling dice  ∙  Happy  ∙  All down the line  ∙  1972 SINGLE –  Let it rock  ∙  1971 STICKY FINGERS –  Brown sugar  ∙  Wild horses  ∙  Sister morphine  ∙  Dead flowers  ∙  1970 SINGLE –  Little Queenie  ∙ 

Dec. 1969 LET IT BLEED –   Midnight rambler  ∙  Love in vain  ∙  Live with me  ∙  Gimme shelter  ∙  SINGLES –  You can’t always get what you want  ∙  Honky tonk women  ∙  Dec. 1968 BEGGARS BANQUET –  Sympathy for the devil  ∙  Parachute woman  ∙  Street fighting man  ∙  SINGLE –  Jumpin’ Jack flash  ∙  Dec. 1967 THEIR SATANIC MAJESTIES REQUEST –  In another land  ∙  2000 Light years from home  ∙  SINGLE –  We love you  ∙  Jan. 1967 BETWEEN THE BUTTONS –  Let’s spend the night together  ∙   Ruby Tuesday  ∙  Yesterday’s papers  ∙ 

1966 AFTERMATH –   Paint it black  ∙  Mother’s little helper  ∙  Lady Jane  ∙  Under my thumb  ∙  1966 SINGLES –  Have you seen your mother, baby, standing in the shadow?  ∙  Fortune teller  ∙  19th nervous breakdown  ∙  Sept. & Dec. 1965 SINGLES –  Get off of my cloud  ∙  As tears go by  ∙  1965 OUT OF OUR HEADS –  (I can’t get no) Satisfaction  ∙  The last time  ∙  Play with fire  ∙  I’m alright  ∙  Jan. 1965 THE ROLLING STONES N°2 –  Off the hook  ∙  1964 ENGLAND’S NEWEST HIT MAKERS –  Route 66  ∙  Carol  ∙  Tell Me (You’re coming back)  ∙  1964 SINGLES –   It’s all over now  ∙  Time is on my side  ∙  Little red rooster  ∙  Heart of stone  ∙  Not fade away  ∙  You better move on  ∙  1963 SINGLES –   I wanna be your man  ∙  Come on  ∙ 

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