US London Picture Sleeves
I Wanna Be Your Man b/w Stoned
Released: November 1, 1963
Withdrawn US Promotional Release
No Picture Sleeve Issue. Aproximately 500 Pressed.
Not Fade Away b/w I Wanna Be Your Man
Released: March 6, 1964
First US Picture Sleeve!
Tell Me b/w I Just Wanna Make Love To You
Released: June 12, 1964
First Jagger/Richards Composition Released as a Single
It's All Over Now b/w Good Times, Bad Times
Released: July 24, 1964
There is an alternate shorter edit of the song found on
certain 7" singles with matrix number: DR 33543-1C
Time Is On My Side b/w Congratulations
Released: September 25, 1964
Heart Of Stone b/w What A Shame
Released: December 18, 1964
This picture sleeve is one of the rarest.
The Last Time b/w Play With Fire
Released: March 12, 1965
Satisfaction b/w The Under-Assistant West Coast Promotion Man
Released: June 4, 1965
The first US number one for the Rolling Stones!
The rest is history...
Get Off My Cloud b/w I'm Free
Released: September 24, 1965
The second number one for the band now on a hot streak.
As Tears Go By b/w Gotta Get Away
Released: December 17, 1965
19th Nervous Breakdown b/w Sad Day
Released: February 11, 1966
Paint It, Black b/w Stupid Girl
Released: May 6, 1966
Mother's Little Helper b/w Lady Jane
Released: July 1, 1966
Have You Seen Your Mother, Baby, Standing In The Shadow? b/w Who's Driving My Plane
Released: September 23, 1966
Ruby Tuesday b/w Let's Spend The Night Together
Released: January 13, 1967
Dandelion b/w We Love You
August 18, 1967
This picture sleeve is very rare.
In Another Land b/w The Lantern
Released: December 1, 1967
She's A Rainbow b/w 2000 Light Years From Home
Released: December 22, 1967
Jumpin' Jack Flash b/w Child Of The Moon
Released: May 31, 1968
Street Fighting Man b/w No Expectations
Released: August 30, 1968
The Rarest Rolling Stones Picture Sleeve
Honky Tonk Women b/w You Can't Always Get What You Want
Released: July 3, 1969
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