The Rolling Stones discography
The Rolling Stones the British rock group formed in 1962 and many years competing on popularity with The Beatles. Rolling Stones, become by an important part of the British intrusion, are considered as one of the most influential and successful groups in the history of fate. The musical style Rolling Stones formed under the influence of Robert Johnson, Chaka of Berry, Bo Diddli and Maddi Waters, found eventually individual traits; the author's duet Jagger-Richards has obtained finally the world recognition.
The group has let out in Great Britain twenty two studio and eight concert albums (in the USA, accordingly, 24 and 9). Twenty one single entered into first ten UK Singles Chart, 8 from them rose on top of charts ; corresponding indicators Rolling Stones in Billboard Hot 100 28 and 8 .
The universal circulation of albums Rolling Stones has exceeded 250 million [5  , 200 million from them have been sold in the USA. ; on these indicators the group is one of the most successful in the history. In 1989 Rolling Stones have been included in the Hall of glory of a rock'n'roll, and in 2004 have taken the fourth place in the list of 50 greatest executors of all times under magazine Rolling Stone version.
Mik Jagger and Whale Richards have got acquainted for the first time at elementary school Dartforda. Then within seven years they didn't communicate and have happened again in 1961 when the Whale has seen on äàðòôîðäñêîì the railway station Mika, having control over some phonograph records with rhythm-and-blues records. read more on The Rolling Stones Discography