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Topic: Rolling Stones Records? Return to archive
September 9th, 2005 09:15 AM
cabledogg2 Does it still exist? What was the last release?
September 9th, 2005 03:34 PM
Jair I found this through the internet. I'm not sure if its correct. Anyway, hope it helps you.


Rolling Stones Label Album Discography
By Patrice Eyries, David Edwards, and Mike Callahan
Last update: February 20, 2000



The Rolling Stones came to Atlantic after eight years with the British Decca and the American London labels. In 1971, they announced their intention to form their own label and were bombarded with offers from various record labels for distribution. No one knows what thought process the Stones went through to make their pick. If big money was to be the deciding factor, the offers from Warner Brothers, CBS and RCA were at the top of the heap. If sentimentality was to be involved, then the two top contenders would be Chess and Atlantic. The Stones early songbook was heavily loaded with Chess recorded songs by Muddy Waters, Bo Diddley and Howlin' Wolf, and later they had been favoring the soulful sounds coming from Atlantic by Solomon Burke, Otis Redding, Don Covay and the Drifters.

The Stones visited the Chess offices in New York, recently moved from Chicago by GRT, who had recently purchased the Chess labels from the Chess brothers. The Rolling Stones were not impressed with cold impersonal atmosphere at the new Chess Records/GRT, but they were impressed with one person there, Marshall Chess, the son of Chess founder Leonard Chess. Marshall Chess was a fan of the Rolling Stones and was their age.

Atlantic was a complete contrast to the new Chess. It was still managed by one of the two founders, Ahmet Ertegun, and Ahmet impressed the Stones as someone with a real love of music. In addition to that, Atlantic had proved to be very good in marketing, promoting and distributing records. The Rolling Stones appointed Atlantic as their label's distributor and made Marshall Chess the label's Manager.

The Rolling Stones label was to be used for new talent discovered by the Stones, but that aspect never really came to pass. Apart from their own recordings, the only records on the label were a record featuring Moroccan pipes recorded by Brian Jones, a budget priced jam session album featuring some of the Stones and their pianist Nicky Hopkins, two solo albums by Bill Wyman, and a couple of reggae albums by Peter Tosh. Based on the limited number of albums on Rolling Stones records, it's doubtful Atlantic ever recouped their investment, but it did give Atlantic prestige to have the Rolling Stones on the label and gave them even more respectability in the rock marketplace.

We would appreciate any additions or corrections to this discography. Just send them to us via e-mail. Both Sides Now Publications is an information web page. We are not a catalog, nor can we provide the records listed below. We have no association with Rolling Stones or Atlantic Records. Should you be interested in acquiring albums listed in this discography (which are all out of print), we suggest you see our Frequently Asked Questions page and follow the instructions found there. This story and discography are copyright 2000 by Mike Callahan.


ROLLING STONES LABEL ALBUM DISCOGRAPHY

Number - Title - Artist [Release Date] (Chart) Contents

59100 series:

COC 59100 - Sticky Fingers - The Rolling Stones [1971] (5-71, #1) The cover on this album was by Andy Warhol, and included a real zipper in picture of a pair of pants on the cover. This zipper became a problem because it was causing damage to the records during shipment. The solution was to pull the zipper down so the zipper pull was located over the label portion of the record. Brown Sugar/Sway/Wild Horses/Can't You Hear Me Knocking/You Gotta Move//Bitch/I Got The Blues/Sister Morphine/Dead Flowers/Moonlight Mile

COC 59101 - Goat's Head Soup - The Rolling Stones [1973] (9-73, #1) Dancing With Mr. D./100 Years Ago/Coming Down Again/Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)/Angie//Silver Train/Hide Your Love/Winter/Can You Hear The Music/Star Star

COC 59102 - Monkey Grip - Bill Wyman [1974] (6-74, #99) I Wanna Get Me A Gun/Crazy Woman/Pussy/Mighty Fine Time/Monkey Grip Glue//What A Blow/White Lightnin'/I'll Pull You Thro'/It's A Wonder


39100 series:

The Rolling Stones Record label 39100 series was distributed by Atlantic. The Rolling Stones label is yellow with black printing. There is a red lips/tongue logo to the left of the center hole. The promotional label is white with black printing, same graphics but the logo does not appear because of the absence of the red printing.

COC 39100 - Jamming With Edward - Nicky Hopkins, Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts, Bill Wyman and Ry Cooder [1972] (2-72, #33) Boudoir Stomp/It Hurts Me Too/Edward's Thrump Up//Blow With Ry/Interlude A La El Hopo/The Loveliest Night of the Year/Highland Fling

COC 39101 -

COC 39102 -

COC 39103 -

COC 39104 -

COC 39105 - Sticky Fingers - The Rolling Stones [1977] Reissue of Rolling Stones COC 59100. Brown Sugar/Sway/Wild Horses/Can't You Hear Me Knocking/You Gotta Move//Bitch/I Got The Blues/Sister Morphine/Dead Flowers/Moonlight Mile

COC 39106 - Goat's Head Soup - The Rolling Stones [1977] Reissue of Rolling Stones COC 59101. Dancing With Mr. D./100 Years Ago/Coming Down Again/Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)/Angie//Silver Train/Hide Your Love/Winter/Can You Hear The Music/Star Star

COC 39107 - Made In The Shade - The Rolling Stones [1977] Reissue of Rolling Stones COC 79102. Angie/Bitch/Brown Sugar/Dance Little Sister/Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)/Happy/It's Only Rock 'N' Roll (But I Like It)/Rip This Joint/Tumbling Dice/Wild Horses

COC 39108 - Some Girls - The Rolling Stones [1978] (6-78, #1) The original covers had die cut holes which showed faces on the inner sleeve. Two of the faces on the inner sleeve were Lucille Ball and Farrah Fawcett. Threatened legal action forced the removal of these two faces on later pressings. Miss You/When The Whip Comes Down/Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)/Some Girls/Lies//Far Away Eyes/Respectable/Before They Make Me Run/Beast Of Burden/Shattered

COC 39109 - Bush Doctor - Peter Tosh [1978] (12-78, #104) (You Gotta Walk) Don't Look Back/Pick Myself Up/I'm The Toughest/Soon Come/Moses-The Prophet//Bush Doctor/Stand Firm/Dem Ha Fe Get A Beatin'/Creation

COC 39110 -

*COC 39111 - Mystic Man - Peter Tosh [1979] (8-79, #123) Buk-In-Hamm Palace/Can't You See/Crystal Ball/The Day The Dollar Die/Fight On/Jah Seh No/Mystic Man/Recruiting Soldiers/Rumours Of War

COC 39112 -

COC 39113 - Still Life (American Concert 1981) - The Rolling Stones [1982] (6-82, #5) Intro: Take The A Train - Duke Ellington & His Orchestra/Under My Thumb/Let's Spend The Night Together/Shattered/Twenty Flight Rock/Going To A Go Go//Let Me Go/Time Is On My Side/Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)/Start Me Up/(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction/Outro - Playout: Star Spangled Banner - Jimi Hendrix


49100 series:

COC 49100 - Brian Jones Presents The Pipes Of Pan At Joujouka - Brian Jones [1971]


79100 series:

The QD- prefix below indicates a quadraphonic release.

COC/QD 79100 - Monkey Grip - Bill Wyman [1974] Reissue of Rolling Stones COC 59102. I Wanna Get Me A Gun/Crazy Woman/Pussy/Mighty Fine Time/Monkey Grip Glue//What A Blow/White Lightnin'/I'll Pull You Thro'/It's A Wonder

COC 79101 - It's Only Rock 'N' Roll - The Rolling Stones [1974] (11-74, #1) If You Can't Rock Me/Ain't Too Proud To Beg/It's Only Rock 'N' Roll (But I Like It)/Till The Next Goodbye/Time Waits For No One//Luxury/Dance Little Sister/If You Really Want To Be My Friend/Short And Curlies/Fingerprint File

*COC 79102 - Made In The Shade - The Rolling Stones [1975] (6-75, #6) Angie/Bitch/Brown Sugar/Dance Little Sister/Doo Doo Doo Doo Doo (Heartbreaker)/Happy/It's Only Rock 'N' Roll (But I Like It)/Rip This Joint/Tumbling Dice/Wild Horses

COC/QD 79103 - Stone Alone - Bill Wyman [1976] (3-76, #166) A Quarter To Three/Gimme Just One Chance/Soul Satisfying/Apache Woman/Every Sixty Seconds/Get It On//Feet/Peanut Butter Time/Wine And Wimmen/If You Wanna Be Happy/What's The Point/No More Foolin'

COC 79104 - Black And Blue - The Rolling Stones [1976] (5-76, #1) Hot Stuff/Hand Of Fate/Cherry Oh Baby/Memory Motel//Hey, Negrita/Melody/Fool To Cry/Crazy Mama


16000 series:

The following Rolling Stones label records were issued in the 16000 Atlantic series. (Atlantic Consolidated)

COC 16015 - Emotional Rescue - The Rolling Stones [1980] (7-80, #1) Dance/Summer Romance/Send It To Me/Let Me Go/Indian Girl//Where The Boys Go/Down In The Hole/Emotional Rescue/She's So Cold/All About You

COC 16028 - Sucking In The Seventies - The Rolling Stones [1981] (4-81, #15) Shattered/Everything Is Turning To Gold/Hot Stuff/Time Waits For No One/Fool To Cry//Mannish Boy/When The Whip Comes Down/If I Was A Dancer (Dance Pt. 2)/Crazy Mama/Beast Of Burden

COC 16052 - Tattoo You - The Rolling Stones [1981] (9-81, #1) Start Me Up/Hang Fire/Slave/Little T And A/Black Limousine/Neighbours//Worried About You/Tops/Heaven/No Use In Crying/Waiting On A Friend


Other series:

COC 2-2900 - Exile On Main St. - The Rolling Stones [1972] (6-72, #1) (2-LP set) The original cover on this album had a front flap that was raised to allow the 2 records to be removed from the inside, later covers had a standard 2 opening jacket that allowed the records to be removed from the outside. Rocks Off/Rip This Joint/Hip Shake (Shake Your Hips)/Casino Boogie/Tumbling Dice//Sweet Virginia/Torn And Frayed/Sweet Black Angel/Loving Cup//Happy/Turd On The Run/Ventilator Blues/Just Wanna See His Face/Let It Loose//All Down The Line/Stop Breaking Down/Shine A Light/Soul Survivor

COC 2-9001 - Love You Live - The Rolling Stones [1977] (10-77, #5) (2-LP set) Intro (Excerpt From Fanfare For The Common Man)/Honky Tonk Women/If You Can't Rock Me - Get Off Of My Cloud/Happy/Hot Stuff/Star Star//Tumbling Dice/Fingerprint File/You Gotta Move/You Can't Always Get What You Want//Mannish Boy/Crackin' Up/Little Red Rooster/Around And Around//It's Only Rock 'N' Roll/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash/Sympathy For The Devil


90000 series:

90120-1 - Undercover - The Rolling Stones [1983] (11-83, #4) Undercover Of The Night/She Was Hot/Tie You Up (The Pain Of Love)/Wanna Hold You/Feel On Baby//Too Much Blood/Pretty Beat Up/Too Tough/All The Way Down/It Must Be Hell

*90176-1 - Rewind (1971-1984) - The Rolling Stones [1984] (7-84, #86) Angie/Beast Of Burden/Brown Sugar/Emotional Rescue/Fool To Cry/Hang Fire/Miss You/Start Me Up/Tumbling Dice/Undercover Of The Night/Waiting On A Friend


Promotional issues:

PRB-164 - Interview with Mick Jagger by Tom Donahue - Mick Jagger [1971]


30000 series:

The Rolling Stones label 30000 series was distributed by CBS Records.

OC 40250 - Dirty Work - The Rolling Stones [1986] (4-86, #4) One Hit (To The Body)/Fight/Harlem Shuffle/Hold Back/Too Rude//Winning Ugly/Back To Zero/Dirty Work/Had It With You/Sleep Tonight

FC 40488 - Sticky Fingers - The Rolling Stones [1986] Reissue of Rolling Stones COC 59100.

C2G 40489 - Exile On Main St. - The Rolling Stones [1986] Two record set. Reissue of Rolling Stones COC 2-2900.

FC 40492 - Goat's Head Soup - The Rolling Stones [1986] Reissue of Rolling Stones COC 59101.

FC 40493 - It's Only Rock 'N' Roll - The Rolling Stones [1986] Reissue of Rolling Stones COC 79101.

FC 40494 - Made In The Shade - The Rolling Stones [1986] Reissue of Rolling Stones COC 79102.

FC 40495 - Black And Blue - The Rolling Stones [1986] Reissue of Rolling Stones COC 79104.

C2G 40496 - Love You Live - The Rolling Stones [1986] Two record set. Reissue of Rolling Stones COC 2-9001.

FC 40499 - Some Girls - The Rolling Stones [1986] Reissue of Rolling Stones COC 39108.

FC 40500 - Emotional Rescue - The Rolling Stones [1986] Reissue of Rolling Stones COC 16015.

FC 40501 - Sucking In The Seventies - The Rolling Stones [1986] Reissue of Rolling Stones COC 16028.

FC 40502 - Tattoo You - The Rolling Stones [1986] Reissue of Rolling Stones COC 16052.

FC 40503 - Still Life (American Concert 1981) - The Rolling Stones [1986] Reissue of Rolling Stones COC 39113.

FC 40504 - Undercover - The Rolling Stones [1986] Reissue of Rolling Stones 90120-1.

FC 40505 - Rewind (1971-1984) - The Rolling Stones [1986] Reissue of Rolling Stones 90176-1.

OC 45333 - Steel Wheels - The Rolling Stones [1989] (9-89, #3) Sad Sad Sad/Mixed Emotions/Terrrifying/Hold On To Your Hat/Hearts For Sale/Blinded By Love//Rock And A Hard Place/Can't Be Seen/Almost Hear You Sigh/Continental Drift/Break The Spell/Slipping Away

C 47456 - Flashpoint - The Rolling Stones [1991] (4-91, #16) (Intro) Continental Drift/Start Me Up/Sad Sad Sad/Miss You/Ruby Tuesday/You Can't Always Get What You Want/Factory Girl/Little Red Rooster//Paint It Black/Sympathy For The Devil/Brown Sugar/Jumping Jack Flash/Satisfaction/High Wire/Sex Drive.
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