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 ...
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). ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi
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no question in my mind that the stones and the beatles were the foremost bands of the british invasion. i wasn't crazy about most of their music, then, but each had some good songs.
i went crazy when i heard ' satisfaction". it was the coolest song i ever heard.many years have passed and it is time to really listen to the great musicianship these bands and others contributed to the world of music.i never listened to words, i was a 'beat" guy. if it rocked, was good enough for me. now, i am listening and it is good!
the stones' staying power is incredible. most marriages don't last as long as these boys have been able to do.