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Jump Back - The Best Of The Rolling Stones, '71 - '93 (2009 Re-mastered)
 
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Jump Back - The Best Of The Rolling Stones, '71 - '93 (2009 Re-mastered)

19 Feb. 2014 | Format: MP3

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Product details

  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan. 2009
  • Release Date: 1 Jan. 2009
  • Label: Polydor Ltd.
  • Copyright: (C) 2009 Promotone B.V., under exclusive licence to Universal International Music B.V.
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  • Total Length: 1:15:24
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  • ASIN: B002K3G82Y
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 10,265 in Albums (See Top 100 in Albums)

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4.5 out of 5 stars

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38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Peter Durward Harris #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 20 May 2004
Format: Audio CD
Compared to what they did in the sixties, everything the Rolling Stones did subsequently seems (at least to me) modest by comparison - yet, judged on its own merit, this collection of their later music is easily worth five stars. In fact, Brown sugar and Wild horses (the first two tracks here) were actually recorded in 1969 but not released at the time. The extensive liner notes are taken from an interview with Mick Jagger and Keith Richards.
Although less successful than their sixties music, they continued to have plenty of hits. They didn't reach number one in the UK but they had two American number ones - Angie and Miss you. In the UK, Brown sugar, Tumbling dice, Angie, It's only rock'n'roll but I like it, Fool to cry, Miss you, Emotional rescue and Start me up all made the top ten, while Undercover of the night and a cover of Harlem shuffle both came close. All those hits are here although there is one serious omission, Far away eyes - it was released as the B-side of Miss you but the single was later credited as a double-A side.
My favorite tracks from this album are Tumbling dice (later covered by Linda Ronstadt on her classic album, Simple dreams), Miss you, Brown sugar and Wild horses.
This compilation is (as I write this) the only compilation of Rolling Stones music covering the seventies and beyond that does not also cover the sixties. (Note that the double CD, Forty licks, covers their whole career.) As such, this is an ideal companion to a collection of their early work (in my case, the triple CD London years).
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Peter Uys HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWER on 19 July 2007
Format: Audio CD
Although the Stones made a mediocre album or two in this period 1971 - 1993, it's probably my favorite era in their career. I mean, who can dispute that Start Me Up was one of the most classic rock songs of the 1980s? Or that Sticky Fingers was one of the most brilliant albums of the 1970s?

This hits collection is not arranged chronologically but it contains masterpieces like the raucous and controversial Brown Sugar and the bluesy Wild Horses from 1971, the Las Vegas-inpired Tumbling Dice of the next year, the aching ballad Angie from 1973 and the anti-journalistic dig It's Only Rock 'n Roll, recorded in 1974 after they got some bad press.

Later the band moved to a more groovy sound with Hot Stuff, ladled out emotion on Fool To Cry and made a nod in the direction of disco with the entrancing Miss You. What I miss here is the weird country song Far Away Eyes from the same album. There's also Emotional Rescue, sung in Jagger's famous falsetto. Everybody knows the gripping ballads Waiting On A Friend from 1981 and Undercover Of The Night from '83.

Another sad omission, this time from the Steel Wheels album is the wonderful ballad Blinded By Love, although Rock And A Hard Place was also a good choice. In the 1960s they reinterpreted the blues and created incredible psychedelic rock. The above period saw them taking different directions again, everyone a winner. Jump Back is a brilliant showcase of the greatest band in the world's fertile middle period.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By rbmusicman TOP 100 REVIEWER on 8 Aug. 2014
Format: Audio CD
There are so many 'Stones' albums out there reflecting different and similar stages of their
illustrious career, surely the best long-serving 'Rock 'n' Roll' group out there, still performing
to this day.
Which was their finest era, well, for good reason many would say the 'sixties' however when
you play albums such as this which give a sprinkling of there great numbers from the 70's up
to the early 90's , well, there are seriously some terrific tracks on-board, among the hits on-
-board........'Brown Sugar' (Chart '2' 1972) 'It's Only Rock 'n' Roll' (Chart '10' 1974) 'Angie'
(Chart '5' 1973) 'Fool To Cry' (Chart '6' 1973) 'Miss You' (Chart '3' 1978) 'Emotional Rescue'
(Chart '9' 1980) 'Waiting For A Friend' (Chart '50' 1981) and 'Undercover of the Night' (Chart
'11' 1983) ......just some of the many great memories of these 'Rock' favourites on this release.
Whilst it would be fair to say the groups singles-chart singles have now all but dried up, when
you see the stage show they put on at Glastonbury in 2013 they still have - it and remain totally
relevant on the 'Rock - Scene' Today............this is a 'Classic' Stones Album....well worth adding
to your collection.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By smitgraeme@aol.com on 26 Jun. 2001
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The definitive hits collection for the later years of the rolling stones (1971+). This album contains some classics such as the bluesy "Bitch", surely one of the finest ballads ever "wild horses", highlight of the album though has to be "start me up" surely the second best guitar riff ever(behind satifaction).A collection of music that any band would be proud to call their own. At the price this has to be the best bargain going. Go Buy It!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By J. E. Fillis on 18 Jan. 2012
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This album is quite good although it suffered as I bought Let it Bleed and Exile on Main Street at the same time and I would have to recommend both of these in preference. Having said that in isolation it is still a pretty good album if you are not so familiar with the stones.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Peter Uys HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWER on 6 Dec. 2002
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Although they made a mediocre album or two in this period 1971 - 1993, it's probably my favourite era in their career. I mean, who can dispute that Start Me Up was one of the best classic rock songs of the 80s? This hits collection is not arranged chronologically but it contains the raucous and controversial Brown Sugar and the bluesy Wild Horses from 1971, the Las Vegas-inpired Tumbling Dice of the next year, the aching ballad Angie from 1973 and the anti-journalistic dig It's Only Rock 'n Roll, recorded in 1974 after they got some bad press. Later the band moved to a more groovy sound with Hot Stuff, ladled out emotion on Fool To Cry and made a nod in the direction of disco with the entrancing Miss You. What I miss here, is the weird country song Far Away Eyes from the same album. There's also Emotional Rescue, sung in Jagger's famous falsetto. Everybody knows the gripping ballads Waiting On A Friend from 1971 and Undercover Of The Night from '83. Another sad omission, this time from the Steel Wheels album is the wonderful Blinded By Love, although Rock And A Hard Place was also a good choice. In the 60s they reinterpreted the blues and created incredible psychedelic rock. The above period saw them taking different directions again, everyone a winner. Jump Back is a brilliant showcase of the greatest band in the world's fertile middle period.
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