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|Box set by The Rolling Stones|
|Released||26 April 2004|
|Recorded||May 1963 – March 1965|
|Producer||Andrew Loog Oldham, Eric Easton|
|The Rolling Stones compilations chronology|
Singles 1963–1965 is a box set compilation of the singles and EPs by The Rolling Stones spanning the years 1963 to 1965. Part of a series of repackages by ABKCO Records, who licence The Rolling Stones' 1963–1970 recorded works, Singles 1963–1965 is the first of three successive volumes to commemorate their non-LP releases during this era.
While the set features faithful replicas of all individual single covers (even the CDs are reproduced in black), the set—and both its successors—came under some criticism as to their necessity, especially as 1989's Singles Collection: The London Years included eighteen of this set's thirty-two songs. However, Singles 1963-1965 is notable for the first ever CD editions of The Rolling Stones' three British EPs released by Decca Records in 1964 and 1965, reinstating what had been long sought-after recordings to the band's catalogue.
Journalist Nigel Williamson provides a liner notes essay.
All songs by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, except where noted.
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