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ESSENTIAL SONGS BY THE
The Rolling Stones show no signs of stopping. The group’s latest album reached #1 around the world. Mick Jagger just became a father again- at the age of 73!
This countdown looks back on highlights from the band’s recorded output, spanning the years 1964 to the present day.
PLAY WITH FIRE
The dark ballad "Play With Fire" is credited as a group co-write. In 1965, this song was issued as half of the double A-sided single with "The Last Time".
OUT OF TEARS
"Out Of Tears" was a return to form in terms of delicate ballads from The Stones. It was a single lifted off the 1994 album 'Voodoo Lounge'. The disc dented the British Top 40.
WHEN THE WHIP COMES DOWN
The 1978 album 'Some Girls' was packed with strong new songs that added to the Rolling Stones catalogue. "When The Whip Comes Down" was a rocker.
LITTLE RED ROOSTER
Willie Dixon penned "Little Red Rooster". The original version by Howlin' Wolf in 1961 preceded The Stones' remake by 3 years. In Britain, the band's cover version topped the chart. The track was included on the 'Rolling Stones, Now!' LP.
"Happy" was a single lifted off the 'Exile On Main St.' album. In 1972, the single peaked at #22 on the American chart.
1981's 'Tattoo You' album featured the single "Hang Fire'. The disc reached the U.S. Top 20.
"Respectable" was a song selected as a single from 'Some Girls'. The disc climbed to #23 in the U.K. in 1978.
"Bitch" was written by The Glimmer Twins (Jagger & Richards). The song was featured on the 1971 'Sticky Fingers' album.
In 1978, "Shattered" became the 4th and final single from 'Some Girls'. It reached #31 in America.
TIME IS ON MY SIDE
The Stones released a cover of "Time Is On My Side" in 1964. On the American, Canadian and Australian charts, the single went Top 10.