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☆"Jumpin' Jack Flash" is a song by English rock and roll band The Rolling Stones, released as a single in 1968. Called "supernatural Delta blues by way of Swinging London" by Rolling Stone,[1] the song is seen as the band's return to their blues roots after the psychedelia of their preceding albums Between the Buttons and Their Satanic Majesties Request.[2] One of the group's most popular and recognizable songs, "Jumpin' Jack Flash" has been featured in many films and on the Rolling Stones compilation albums Through the Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol. 2), Hot Rocks, Singles Collection and Forty Licks . ☆Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards, recording on "Jumpin' Jack Flash" began during the Beggars Banquet sessions of 1968 (although it was not released on that album). Regarding the song's distinctive sound, guitarist Richards has said: I used a Gibson Hummingbird acoustic tuned to open D, six string. Open D or open E, which is the same thing - same intervals - but it would be slackened down some for D. Then there was a capo on it, to get that really tight sound. And there was another guitar over the top of that, but tuned to Nashville tuning. I learned that from somebody in George Jones' band in San Antonio in 1964. The high-strung guitar was an acoustic, too. Both acoustics were put through a Philips cassette recorder. Just jam the mic right in the guitar and play it back through an extension speaker.[3] Richards has stated that he and Jagger wrote the lyrics while staying at Richards' country house, where they were awoken one morning by the sound of gardener Jack Dyer walking past the window. When Jagger asked what the noise was, Richards responded: "Oh, that's Jack - that's jumpin' Jack."[4] The rest of the lyrics evolved from there.[3][5] Jagger said in a 1995 interview with Rolling Stone that the song arose "...out of all the acid of Satanic Majesties... It's about having a hard time and getting out. Just a metaphor for getting out of all the acid things."[6] In his autobiography, Stone Alone, Bill Wyman has claimed that he came up with the song's distinctive main guitar riff on an organ without being credited for it.[3] On the studio version of the number, Richards played the bass and floor tom as well as acoustic and electric guitar. Jagger provided the lead vocals and maracas, Brian Jones played electric guitar, Charlie Watts was on drums and Bill Wyman was on organ. Nicky Hopkins contributed piano, and producer Jimmy Miller joined in on the backing vocals.
10 Nov 2011
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Information From Back Of The Album Side 1 Mike Oldfield plays: Grand Piano Glokenspiel Farfisa Organ Bass Guitar Electric Guitar Speed Guitar Taped motor drive amplifier organ chord Mandolin-like guitar Fuzz Guitars Assorted Percussion Acoustic Guitar Flageolet Honky Tonk Lowrey Organ Tubular Bells Master Of Ceremonies : Viv Stanshall Flutes : Jon Field String Basses : Lindsay Cooper Nasal Chorus : Nasal Choir Girlie Chorus: Mundy Ellis, Sally Oldfield Side 2 Mike Oldfield plays: Electric Guitars Farfisa Organ Bass Guitar Acoustic Guitars Piano Speed Elec. Guitars Lowrey Organ Concert Tympani Guitars sounding like Bagpipes Piltdown Man Hammond Organ Spanish Guitar Moribund Chorus Girlie Chorus: Sally Oldfield, Mundy Ellis Bootleg Chorus: Manor Choir conducted by Mike Oldfield Drums : Steve Broughton (Courtesy Harvest) This stero record cannot be played on old tin boxes no matter what they are fitted with. If you are in possession of such equipment please hand it into the nearest police Station. VR13-105 In Glorious Stereophonic Sound Can also be played on mono equipment at a pinch. Sound : Tom Newman, Simon Heyworth, and Mike Oldfield Sleeve Design and Photography : Trevor Key Recorded at : The Manor/Autumn 1972 Spring 1973 Virgin Records Distributed By Alantic Recording Corporation 75 Rockefeller Plaza, New York, New York 10019 (P) (C) 1973 Virgin Records, Printed in U.S.A Copyright Information is all in the desription of the origanal album. Content owner: Koch Entertainment
31 Oct 2012
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13 Jan 2013
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