Jump Back: The Best of the Rolling Stones (1971-1993)

Jump Back: The Best of the Rolling Stones (1971-1993)

by The Rolling Stones


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Released in 1994 to coincide with the Stones' catalog moving to Virgin Records, as well as the accompanying remastering of their Rolling Stone Records catalog (1971's Sticky Fingers through 1989's Steel Wheels -- actually 1991's Flashpoint, which is the last Rolling Stones Records release, but isn't featured here), Jump Back supplants Rewind as the best single-disc overview of the Stones' '70s and '80s recordings. The nonchronological order at times is a little irritating -- bouncing between "Brown Sugar," "Harlem Shuffle," "It's Only Rock 'n Roll (But I Like It)," "Mixed Emotions," and "Angie" nearly causes whiplash -- but nearly all the big songs from this period are included. Yes, "She Was Hot" isn't here, along with a couple other singles that didn't catch hold, but this has everything that the casual follower could want, which makes up for the fact that it could have been sequenced better (that's what home programming and burners are for anyway).

Product Details

Release Date: 08/18/2009
Label: Umvd Labels
UPC: 0602527102092
catalogNumber: 001318302
Rank: 6288

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Rolling Stones   Primary Artist
Mick Jagger   Guitar,Percussion,Vocals,Interviewee,Group Member
Harvey Mandel   Guitar
Billy Preston   Piano,Keyboards
Mick Taylor   Bass,Guitar,Slide Guitar,Group Member
Bobby Womack   Vocals
Ronnie Wood   Acoustic Guitar,Vocals,Group Member
Charlie Watts   Drums,Group Member
Sarah Dash   Background Vocals
Nicky Hopkins   Piano,Synthesizer Strings
Clydie King   Background Vocals
Ian McLagan   Electric Piano
Jim Price   Trumpet
Bill Wyman   Bass,Group Member
Lisa Fischer   Background Vocals
Sugar Blue   Harmonica,Harp
Jimmy Miller   Percussion
Matt Clifford   Keyboards
Mel Collins   Saxophone
Sly Dunbar   Percussion
Bernard Fowler   Background Vocals
Glimmer Twins   Group Member
Kick Horns   Brass
Bobby Keys   Saxophone,Alto Saxophone
Chuck Leavell   Organ,Piano,Keyboards
Wayne Perkins   Guitar
Keith Richards   Acoustic Guitar,Vocals,Background Vocals,Interviewee
Ian Stewart   Piano,Electric Piano
M. Taylor   Bass,Guitar,Slide Guitar
Mike Taylor   Guitar,Slide Guitar
Louis Jardine   Percussion
Vanetta Field   Background Vocals
Bobby Keyes   Saxophone
C. Watts   Drums
Jimmy Dickinson   Piano
Roy Wood   Acoustic Guitar,Vocals

Technical Credits

Mick Jagger   Composer
Jimmy Miller   Producer,Audio Production
Glimmer Twins   Producer,Audio Production
Chris Kimsey   Producer,Audio Production
Steve Lillywhite   Producer
Keith Richards   Composer
Nicky Harrison   String Arrangements
Bill Smith   Graphic Design,Cover Image
Len Peltier   Collage
Bill Airey Smith   Graphic Design,Cover Image
Robert Sandall   Interviewer

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Jump Back: The Best of the Rolling Stones 1971-1993 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Does anyone really need an additional compilation of the Rolling Stones? The only reason I bought it was in search of above-average sound quality. I am satisfied. I am too cheap to buy the import which has been available for several years. The sound quality is much better than the on the over-priced "Forty Licks". However, the sound quality is not as good as that of the hybrid SACD's from the 1960's. It was good to hear the voice of Mick, the young man on some of these tracks.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This compilation solidly covers the hits of the Rolling Stones from the 70's and 80's. Even though the tracks are not played chronologically, they still run in a smooth order. Opening with their ultiamate blockbuster hit, "Start Me Up", and closing with the suspensful, "Undercover of the Night". Now I must point out the negatives about this CD. Two of their hugest hits from this era, "She's So Cold" and "Shattered", are omitted. Why those were removed, I don't know. I don't even know why "She's So Cold", a song that gets a lot of air time on the radio, is not on any of the Stones' compilations. But still, fans would enjoy the songs on here well enough.
Guest More than 1 year ago
If your a stones fan this is the one to buy
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