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Jumping Jack Flash - Rolling Stones* - Flashpoint (Cassette, Album)

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  1. "Jumpin' Jack Flash" is a song by English rock and roll band The Rolling Stones, released as a singlein
  2. NOTE: In Don McLean's American Pie, Jack Flash jumped over a candlestick, refers to the Stones playing Jumpin Jack Flash at Candlestick Park. Mr. R's Histroy of Rock Carlos from Toluca, Mexico Jumping Jack Flash is a creature that molested women in London in , it had fire eyes, ice breath, and jumped from a roof to the other.
  3. Label: Virgin - 8 2 6,Rolling Stones Records - 8 2 6 • Format: CD Album, Remastered • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll, Pop Rock.
  4. Flashpoint is a live album by British rock band The Rolling Stones. It was recorded in 19on the Steel Wheels/Urban Jungle Tour and released in It was the first live album by the group since 's Still Life. It was recorded using binaural recording.
  5. I'm Jumpin' Jack Flash It's a gas, gas, gas I was raised by a toothless, bearded hag, I was schooled with a strap right across my back But it's all right now, in fact, it's a gas But it's all right, I'm Jumpin' Jack Flash It's a gas, gas, gas I was drowned, I was washed up and left for dead I fell down to my feet and I saw they bled, yeah yeah.
  6. Jumpin' Jack Flash Lyrics: Watch it! / I was born in a crossfire hurricane / And I howled at the morning drivin' rain / But it's all right now, in fact, it's a gas / But it's all right, I'm Jumpin.
  7. May 25,  · ‘Jumpin’ Jack Flash’ was the return of the real Rolling Stones. It signalled a return to their trademark blues sound which the band had deviated from on their previous release Their Satanic Majesties Request in On that record, the Stones had followed the .
  8. "Jumpin' Jack Flash" is a song by English rock band the Rolling Stones, released as a single in 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 (), Between the Buttons () and especially.