Bill Jackson's Orch. - Jumpin' Jack / Evil Ways album download
Joe Jackson's Jumpin' Jive is the fourth studio album by Joe Jackson. Released in 1981, it is a collection of covers of classic 1940s swing and jump blues songs originally performed by musicians such as Louis Jordan and Cab Calloway, the latter of whom's song "Jumpin' Jive" was the eponym for this album.
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Jumpin' Jack Flash" is a song by English rock band the Rolling Stones, released as a single in 1968. Called "supernatural Delta blues by way of Swinging London" by Rolling Stone magazine, the song was perceived by some as the band's return to their blues roots after the baroque pop and psychedelia heard on their preceding albums, Aftermath (1966), Between the Buttons (1967) and especially Their Satanic Majesties Request (1967).
Jumpin' Jive proved to be one of Joe Jackson's most adventurous projects as he tries his hand at covering a bunch of Louis Jordan and Cab Calloway tunes, ranging from the extravagance of big band to bop to vibrant swing music. The album broke the Top 50 in the . and made it to number 14 in England, with the title track peaking at number 43 over there as well
Jumpin' Jive Lyrics: Boys - what you gonna say down there?, Oh Boys - what you gonna say down there?, Palamar, Shalamar, Swanny Shore, Let me dig that jive once more, Boys - take it right on down. The jip-jam-jump is a jumpin' jive Makes you dig your jive on the mellow side The jip-jam-jump is a solid jive Makes you nine foot tall when you're four foot five. Now, don't you be that ickeroo Get hip, come on and follow do When you get your steady fool You met your jump like the gators do. The jip-jam-jump is a jumpin' jive Makes you like your eggs on the Jersey side The jip-jam-jumpin' jive Makes you hip hip on the mellow side.
Lyrics to "Jumpin' Jack Flash" song by The Rolling Stones: I was born in a crossfire hurricane And I howled at the morning driving rain But it's all right no. .This track was planned to appear on their "Beggar's Banquet" album, but they decided to issue it as a single. It eventually topped the charts in the UK. In the USA, though, it reached number three. The line "I was born in a crossfire hurricane" is a reference to Keith Richards' birth place and time: London in 1943, when the city was bombed by Nazis during the Second World War. AZLyrics. R. The Rolling Stones Lyrics.
On 'Jumpin' Jack Flush', there are some key words like 'Born', 'a cross-fire hurricane' AND 'Flush'. The breakup allowed John, Paul and George to develop in their own ways. Alas, this has not happened for Mick or anyone else who's played for the Rolling Stones. Craig from Melbourne, AustraliaEasily the greatest rock song in history. E from Vancouver, CanadaPeter Frampton performs Jumpin' Jack flash on his album 'Peter Frampton Comes Alive'. Its a very good album, but i highly prefer the original Rolling Stones version. Zack from Hinesburg, Vtwoah thats wierd.
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Written-By – Jackson*
Written-By – Jackson*
- Saxophone – Bill Jackson (tracks: A)
- Vocals – Beverly Wright (tracks: B)
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- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 101-B
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 101-A