THE ROLLING STONES


1963-1986
Come On (Berry): Chuck Berry [‘61, Chess 1799]
I Want to Be Loved (Dixon): Muddy Waters [‘55, Chess 1596]
Poison Ivy (Leiber, Stoller): the Coasters [‘59, Atco 6146]
Fortune Teller (Toussaint): Benny Spellman [‘62, Minit 644]
I Wanna Be Your Man (Lennon, McCartney): the Stones recorded this Beatles song first.
Bye Bye Johnny (Berry): Chuck Berry [‘60, Chess 1754]
Money (Gordy, Bradford): Barrett Strong [‘60, Anna 1111] *
You Better Move On (Alexander): Arthur Alexander [‘62, Dot 16309]
Not Fade Away (Petty, Hardin): the Crickets (with Buddy Holly) [’57, Brunswick 55035]
Route 66 (Troup): Chuck Berry [‘61, New Juke Box Hits Chess LP-1456], originally by the King Cole Trio [‘46, Capitol 256]
I Just Want to Make Love to You (Dixon): Muddy Waters [‘54, Chess 1571]
Honest I Do (Reed): Jimmy Reed [‘57, Vee-Jay 253]
I Need You Baby aka Mona (McDaniels): Bo Diddley [‘57, Checker 860]
I’m a King Bee (Moore): Slim Harpo [‘57, Excello 2113]
Carol (Berry): Chuck Berry [‘58, Chess 1700]
Can I Get a Witness (Holland, Dozier, Holland): Marvin Gaye [‘63, Tamla 54087]
You Can Make It If You Try (Jarrett): Solomon Burke [‘63, Atlantic 2185], originally by Gene Allison [‘58, Vee-Jay 256]
Walking the Dog (Thomas): Rufus Thomas [‘63, Stax 140]
It’s All Over Now (Womack, Womack): the Valentinos (with Bobby Womack) [‘64, SAR 152]
If You Need Me (Pickett, Bateman, Sanders): Solomon Burke [‘63, Atlantic 2185], cover of Wilson Pickett [Double-L 713]
Confessin’ the Blues (Brown, McShann): Chuck Berry [‘60, Rockin’ at the Hops Chess LP-1448], originally by Jay McShann featuring Walter Brown [‘41, Decca 8559]
Around and Around (Berry): Chuck Berry [‘58, Chess 1691]
Time Is On My Side (Meade, Norman): Irma Thomas [‘64, Imperial 66041] *
Under the Boardwalk (Resnick, Young): the Drifters [‘64, Atlantic 2237]
Susie Q (Broadwater, Lewis, Hawkins): Dale Hawkins [‘57, Checker 863]
Little Red Rooster (Dixon): Howlin’ Wolf [‘61, Chess 1804]
Everybody Needs Somebody to Love (Russell, Burke, Wexler): Solomon Burke [‘64, Atlantic 2241] *
Down Home Girl (Leiber, Butler): Alvin Robinson [‘64, Blue Cat 113]
You Can’t Catch Me (Berry): Chuck Berry [‘56, Chess 1645]
Down the Road Apiece (Raye): Chuck Berry [‘60, Rockin’ at the Hops Chess LP-1448], originally Will Bradley, with Ray McKinley [‘40, Columbia 35707]
I Can’t Be Satisfied (Waters): Muddy Waters [‘48, Aristocrat 1305]
Pain In My Heart (Redding, Walden): Otis Redding [‘63, Volt 112], originally Irma Thomas ‘Ruler of My Heart’ [‘63, Minit 666]
Oh Baby (We Got a Good Thing Goin’) (Ozen): Barbara Lynn [‘64, Jamie 1277]
The Last Time (Jagger, Richard): adapted from ‘This May Be the Last Time’ by the Staple Singers [‘61, Swing Low Vee Jay LP 5014].
The Under Assistant West Coast Promotion Man (Nanker, Phelge): music based on ‘Fannie Mae’ by Buster Brown [‘60, Fire 1008]
Mercy, Mercy (Miller): Don Covay [‘64, Rosemart 801]
Hitch Hike (Gaye, Stevenson, Paul): Marvin Gaye [‘63, Tamla 54075]
That’s How Strong My Love Is (Jamison): Otis Redding [‘65, Volt 124], originally O.V. Wright [‘64, Goldwax 106]
Good Times (Cooke): Sam Cooke [‘64, RCA 8368]
I'm All Right (Nanker-Phelge - actually by E. McDaniel): Bo Diddley ['63, Bo Diddley's Beach Party Checker 2988]. ('I Know (I'm Alright)' appears on Bo Diddley Is a Twister '62 Checker 2982, but I don't know if it is the same song.)
Cry To Me (Russell): Betty Harris [‘63, Jubilee 5456], originally Solomon Burke [‘62, Atlantic 2131]
She Said Yeah (Jackson, Christy): Larry Williams [‘59, Specialty 658]
Talkin’ ‘Bout You (Berry): Chuck Berry [‘63, Chess 1853]
Look What You’ve Done (Morganfield): Muddy Waters [‘60, Chess 1758])
As Tears Go By (Jagger, Richard): originally a single for Marianne Faithfull [‘64, London 9697]
I’m Movin’ On (Snow): Ray Charles [‘59, Atlantic 2043], originally Hank Snow [‘50, RCA Victor 48-0328]
Think (Jagger, Richard) and Out of Time (Jagger, Richard) were originally appeared in versions by Chris Farlowe [‘66, Immediate IM023 and IM035 respectively]
I’ve Been Loving You Too Long (To Stop Now) [live] (Redding, Butler): Otis Redding [‘65, Volt 126]
My Girl (Robinson, White): the Temptations [‘65, Gordy 7038]
Prodigal Son (Wilkins): Rev. Robert Wilkins [‘64. Memphis Gospel Singer Piedmont PLP 13162], based on his 1929 ‘That’s No Way to Get Along’ [Brunswick 7125]
Love in Vain (Robert Johnson, claimed by Woody Payne): Robert Johnson [‘37, Vocalion 04630]
Little Queenie [live] (Berry): Chuck Berry [‘59, Chess 1722]
Let It Rock (Anderson): Chuck Berry [‘60, Chess 1747]
You Gotta Move (McDowell): Mississippi Fred McDowell [‘64, Mississippi Delta Blues Arhoolie 1021]. According to Rypens, this was first recorded by the Two Gospel Keys [’46, Jubilee 2503], and also by Elder Charles Beck [‘48, Gotham G606] and the Five Blind Boys of Alabama [’53, issued on Oh Lord, Stand By Me Specialty SPS 2123]. A different song of the same title was recorded by Rev. Gary Davis [‘54, The Singing Reverend Stinson LP 56, ’59 At Newport Vanguard 73008, and ‘61, Bluesville LP 1032].

Wild Horses (Jagger, Richard): appeared first by the Flying Burrito Brothers on Burrito Deluxe [‘70, A&M AMLS 983]
Sister Morphine (Jagger, Richard): appeared first by Marianne Faithfull [‘69, U.K. Decca F12889]
Shake Your Hips (Moore): Slim Harpo [‘66, Excello 2278]
Ain’t Too Proud to Beg (Whitfield, Holland): the Temptations [‘66, Gordy 7054]
I Don’t Know Why (Wonder, Riser, Hunter, Hardaway): Stevie Wonder [‘69, Tamla 54180]
Don’t Lie To Me (Berry): Chuck Berry [‘61, New Juke Box Hits Chess LP-1456], from Fats Domino [’51, Imperial 5123], originally by Tampa Red [‘40, Bluebird B8654].
Cherry Oh Baby (Donaldson): Eric Donaldson [‘71, Trojan]
Manish Boy [live] (London, McDaniel, Morganfield): Muddy Waters [‘55, Chess 1602] and Bo Diddley ‘I‘m a Man‘ [‘55, Checker 814] *
Crackin’ Up [live] (McDaniel): Bo Diddley [‘59, Checker 924]
Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me) (Whitfield, Strong): the Temptations [‘71, Gordy 7105]
Twenty Flight Rock [live] (Fairchild, Cochran): Eddie Cochran [‘57, Liberty 55112]
Going to a Go Go [live] (Robinson, Tarplin, Moore, Rogers): the Miracles [‘66, Tamla 54127]
Harlem Shuffle (Relf, Nelson): Bob & Earl [‘63, Marc 104]
Too Rude (Roberts): Half Pint (aka Lindon Roberts) as ’Winsome’ [’84, Sunset], a dancehall reggae tune.