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Stoned (The Rolling Stones song)

"Stoned"
B-side to "I Wanna Be Your Man" (UK) by The Rolling Stones
Released November 1, 1963 (UK)
Recorded October 7, 1963, London
Genre Rock and Roll
Label Decca F 11764
Writer Nanker Phelge
Producer Eric Easton

"Stoned" was released in the UK by The Rolling Stones on the Decca label on November 1, 1963, as the B-side to their version of "I Wanna Be Your Man".[1] Recorded in early October 1963, it was the first song released to be credited to "Nanker Phelge", and the band's first original composition. Derivative of "Green Onions" by Booker T. & the M.G.s, this bluesy instrumental was not released in the United States on moral grounds[2] until its inclusion on Singles Collection: The London Years in 1989.[3] It also appeared on the 1973 UK-only compilation No Stone Unturned, and on Singles 1963-1965 (2004).[1]

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