Stones on DECCA
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Thank Your Lucky Stars
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Released in UK on September 28th 1963 Decca used to release compilation albums in the early 60’s. They collected released single records from artists signed to Decca and put them on the same LP’s. This was a good way to sell the same songs all over again. This is the first ever LP featuring a Rolling Stones recording. Come On was the only Rolling Stones track included on this LP. It was the A side from the very first and only 7” single released at the time when this Decca album came out. "Come On" had been released on June 7th that same summer and the next one would be “I Wanna Be Your Man” in November of 1963. This LP was again reissued in UK in December of 1982 with the catalogue number TAB51.

Updated Jun 19, 2022

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Ready Steady Go
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Released in UK on January 24th 1964, the same day as Saturday Club. Rolling Stones songs on this LP were “Come On”, A side on the first single and “I Wanna Be Your Man”, A side on the second single released by The Rolling Stones. "Come One" was added a second time to a Decca compilation as it had already been on Thank You Lucky Stars released four months earlier. This LP was again reissued in February 1983 with the catalogue number TAB60.

Updated Jun 19, 2022

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Saturday Club
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Released in UK on January 24th 1964, the same day as Ready Steady Go Rolling Stones songs on this LP were “Fortune Teller” and “Poison Ivy” These two songs were not available anywhere else during the 60's. This song combination was supposed to be released as the bands second single in August of 1963, but the single was rejected and never released.

Updated Jun 19, 2022

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14 Great Artists
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Released in UK on May 22nd 1965 Yet another compilation LP from Decca. The only Rolling Stones songs on this LP was Surprise Surprise. This was a new Stones song that had not been released previously. It took another six years before the song got a pure Stones release. It was the B side on the Street Fighting Man 7” released in July of -71 and the first time it got a LP release was in October of -73 on the No Stones Unturned LP.

Updated Jun 19, 2022

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England's Greatest Hitmakers
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Released in USA on May 21st 1965 This LP is the same as the UK 14 Great Artist. The LP was pressed in UK for export to US and made made with London Record labels. The only Rolling Stones song included on this LP is "Surprise Surprise". Some of the covers has the "Promotion Copy" sticker

Updated Jul 17, 2022