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The Rolling StonesJumpin' Jack Flash

レーベル:London Records – 45-908
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レコード, 7", 45 RPM, Single, Styrene, Shelley Products Pressing
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ジャンル:Rock
スタイル:Pop Rock, Psychedelic Rock

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AJumpin' Jack Flash3:40
BChild Of The Moon3:10
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  • 権利協会: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): 69-42M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): 69-43M
  • プレス工場ID (Stamped in runout): X
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched, variant 1): 6942M X X
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched, variant 1): 6943M
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched, variant 2): 6942M x
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched, variant 2): 6943M -

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Jumpin' Jack Flash (7")DeccaF.12782UK1968
Jumpin' Jack Flash (7", 45 RPM, Single)DeccaDL-25340Germany1968
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Jumpin' Jack Flash (7")Decca, DeccaF.12782, F 12782Denmark1968
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Jumpin' Jack Flash (7", 45 RPM, Single)Decca79.025France1968
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Jumpin' Jack Flash (7", 45 RPM, Single)DeccaF 12782Italy1968

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  • streetmouseさんのアバター
    streetmouse
    7年前に編集されました
    IT'S ALL ABOUT CHILD OF THE MOON ...

    The delicious Child Of The Moon, disowned by it’s parents, and rejected by all but the most ardent of the psychedelic faithful, stood less like a beacon, and more like the last dangling silver thread of the mind expansive acid drenched 60’s ... that once pulled, ushered in a more gritty and less self-reflective era; not only for The Stones, but for music in general.

    While it should have, Child Of The Moon never saw the light of day until it was released as the B Side for Jumpin’ Jack Flash, where in it’s mysterious way, connected both the past, the present, and the low-fi droning that was waiting around the corner, just out of sight. At this point in time, there is no way to justify Child Of The Moon not being the centerpiece for Their Satanic Majesties Request, where this hauntingly dark invocational poem [dedicated to Marrianne Faithful] could not only have opened TSMR, but closed it as a reprise, in much the same manner as The Beatles had done with Sgt. Pepper, and without a doubt, made TSMR the most influential psychedelic album of all time.

    The song is both lush and exotic, lovingly held in time by the drumming of Charlie Watts, while Keith Richards’ guitar and the hypnotic sax played by Brian Jones, drift in a trancelike dance, reminiscent of an LSD trip’s peak, and all moved along by Wyman’s bass line and Jagger’s lyrical presentation.

    Why The Rolling Stones should want, or desire to dissociated themselves from their euphoric dialectic psychedelic brilliance is beyond me, because TSMR can certainly stand toe to toe with anything released during that flower power era. Yet, perhaps The Stones sensed that the tides and ideals of the 60’s were nothing more than mythology even as they’d begin, leaving Child Of The Moon as their last splendid gift, as the decade weaned, and most of us, incomprehensibly morphed into someone else.

    Review by Jenell Kesler
    • jadedtomさんのアバター
      jadedtom
      11年前に編集されました
      Keith Richards' open tuning leads to an incredible rock riff. "Jumpin' Jack Flash" is a 'gas'. Of course, "Satisfaction" is the Stones' anthem, but "Jumpin' Jack Flash" contains much more energy. Plus, the refrain "Jumpin' Jack Flash, it's a gas, gas, gas" allows Mick to cleverly insert the word "shit" into a song without raising any eyebrows. A neat little trick.
      "Child of the Moon" is yet another underrated b-side for the Stones. It sounds to me like a re-working of Lennon's "Rain". "Jumpin' Jack Flash" is another song which resides in Overplay Hell, but still sounds magnificent.

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