The Rolling Stones collect 18 recordings the band performed on the BBC from 1963 to 1965 for the upcoming compilation On Air . The collection, due out December 1st, culls the Rolling Stones' performances from BBC shows like Saturday Club,The Joe Loss Pop Shoe and Yeah Yeah. Eight of the performances found On Air found features songs the Rolling Stones have never recorded or released commercially. All the appearances took place in a two-year span from October 1963 – where the group performed their debut single "Come On" – to September 1965. On Air features Stones originals like "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," "The Last Time" and "The Spider and the Fly" alongside covers of songs popularized by Chuck Berry ("Memphis, Tennessee," "Roll Over Beethoven," "Around and Around," "Beautiful Delilah"), Bo Diddley ("Cops and Robbers") and more. The release of the On Air follows the Rolling Stones' covers LP Blue and Lonesome a similarly blues-heavy affair.