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The second of two limited edition box sets that are a comprehensive, chronological overview of The Rolling Stones’ early career as chart toppers. Contains 18 authentic reproductions of the original 7” 45 RPM singles in full color picture sleeves, a 32-page book with extensive liner notes by Rolling Stones authority Nigel Williamson, plus set of 5 photo cards and a poster, all housed in a hard-shell box.  

Features the rare 1971 Decca “Street Fighting Man” maxi-single, non-LP B-sides “Long Long While,” “Who’s Driving Your Plane?” and “Child Of The Moon,” and rare mono mixes of “We Love You” and “Dandelion,” which are exclusive to the single release. Mick Jagger’s “Memo From Turner” and the Ry Cooder instrumental “Natural Magic” from the film Performance, as well as the Neptunes and Fat Boy Slim remixes of “Sympathy For The Devil” are also included. 

The second of two limited edition box sets that are a comprehensive, chronological overview of The Rolling Stones’ early career as chart toppers. Contains 18 authentic reproductions of the original 7” 45 RPM singles in full color picture sleeves, a 32-page book with extensive liner notes by Rolling Stones authority Nigel Williamson, plus set of 5 photo cards and a poster, all housed in a hard-shell box.  

Features the rare 1971 Decca “Street Fighting Man” maxi-single, non-LP B-sides “Long Long While,” “Who’s Driving Your Plane?” and “Child Of The Moon,” and rare mono mixes of “We Love You” and “Dandelion,” which are exclusive to the single release. Mick Jagger’s “Memo From Turner” and the Ry Cooder instrumental “Natural Magic” from the film Performance, as well as the Neptunes and Fat Boy Slim remixes of “Sympathy For The Devil” are also included. 

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Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: ABKCO
Rel. Date: 02/02/2024
UPC: 018771202516

The Rolling Stones Singles 1966-1971 [Limited Edition 18x7in Single Box Set]
Artist: The Rolling Stones
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $179.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Paint It, Black
2. Stupid Girl

DISC: 2

1. Paint It, Black
2. Long Long While

DISC: 3

1. Mother’s Little Helper
2. Lady Jane

DISC: 4

1. Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow?
2. Who’s Driving Your Plane

DISC: 5

1. Let’s Spend The Night Together
2. Ruby Tuesday

DISC: 5

1. We Love You
2. Dandelion

DISC: 7

1. She’s A Rainbow
2. 2000 Light Years From Home

DISC: 8

1. In Another Land
2. The Lantern

DISC: 9

1. Jumpin’ Jack Flash
2. Child Of The Moon

DISC: 10

1. Street Fighting Man
2. No Expectations

DISC: 11

1. Honky Tonk Women (mono mix)
2. You Can’t Always Get What You Want

DISC: 12

1. Memo From Turner (Mick Jagger)
2. Natural Magic (Ry Cooder) from the film Performance

DISC: 13

1. Street Fighting Man
2. Surprise Surprise
3. Everybody Needs Somebody To Love

DISC: 14

1. Brown Sugar
2. Wild Horses

DISC: 15

1. I Don’t Know Why (aka Don’t Know Why I Love You)
2. Try A Little Harder

DISC: 16

1. Out Of Time
2. Jiving Sister Fanny

DISC: 17

1. Honky Tonk Women (stereo mix)
2. Sympathy For The Devil

DISC: 18

1. Sympathy For The Devil (The Neptunes Remix)
2. Sympathy For The Devil (Fat Boy Slim Remix)

More Info:

The second of two limited edition box sets that are a comprehensive, chronological overview of The Rolling Stones’ early career as chart toppers. Contains 18 authentic reproductions of the original 7” 45 RPM singles in full color picture sleeves, a 32-page book with extensive liner notes by Rolling Stones authority Nigel Williamson, plus set of 5 photo cards and a poster, all housed in a hard-shell box.  

Features the rare 1971 Decca “Street Fighting Man” maxi-single, non-LP B-sides “Long Long While,” “Who’s Driving Your Plane?” and “Child Of The Moon,” and rare mono mixes of “We Love You” and “Dandelion,” which are exclusive to the single release. Mick Jagger’s “Memo From Turner” and the Ry Cooder instrumental “Natural Magic” from the film Performance, as well as the Neptunes and Fat Boy Slim remixes of “Sympathy For The Devil” are also included. 

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The Rolling Stones Singles 1966-1971

        
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