The Rolling Stones Release 'Rock'n'Rolling Stones'

Rock 'n' Rolling Stones is a compilation album by The Rolling Stones released in 1972. It reached #41 in the British chart. The album contains five Chuck Berry covers and also Berry-related songs like "Route 66" and "Down the Road a Piece".

Another of the oft-derided collections thrown together by U.K. Decca in the first years following the Rolling Stones' departure for their own label in 1971, Rock'n'Rollin' Stones is, in fact, an intriguing collection of (primarily) early B-sides, EP tracks, and album cuts designed to illustrate the group's debt not only to Chuck Berry, but to the late-'50s rock & roll/blues scene in general; no great disclosure there, of course, but still a point that deserves illumination.