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Digitally remastered edition of this collection from the veteran British Rock 'n' Rollers spanning the first 22 years on their own Rolling Stones Records label, 1972-1993. Features 18 tracks including hits like 'Miss You', 'Beat Of Burdon', 'Angie', 'Tumbling Dice', 'It's Only Rock 'n' Roll' and many more.

1. Start Me Up
2. Brown Sugar
3. Harlem Shuffle
4. It's Only Rock 'N Roll (But I Like It)
5. Mixed Emotions
6. Angie
7. Tumbling Dice
8. Fool to Cry
9. Rock and a Hard Place
10. Miss You
11. Hot Stuff
12. Emotional Rescue
13. Respectable
14. Beast of Burden
15. Waiting on a Friend
16. Wild Horses
17. Bitch
18. Undercover of the Night

Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 18, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 1993
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: UMe
  • ASIN: B002ECN4P0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (265 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #446 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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96 of 107 people found the following review helpful By Richard R. Carlton on September 23, 2004
Format: Audio CD
Jump Back: The Best Of The Rolling Stones: `71-`93 was released only in the UK on November 22, 1993. It was the *18th* compilation album released in the UK. It was also the first release of the Stones new contract with Virgin Records. None of the songs appear on either Hot Rocks or More Hot Rocks. The album seems mis-titled because it does not include any of the single releases from 1989-1993 and in fact does not include *16* UK single releases from this time period. It was an attempt to release the most the most popular of the Stones hits since they left Decca (London in the US) in 1971. A better title would have been "Some Stones Hits '71-`89", but then who would have bought an album with an ambiguous title and the last hit 4 years earlier....other than those rabid Stones fans, anyway? Well, this is what happens when you have such a huge catalog of hits and you try to do a greatest hits album. Look at all the stuff that had to be left off of the 2002 release 40 Licks. If they ever release the entire Stones catalog as a box set it will have to come in a trunk that comes with a dolly to get it out of the store.

These songs are the most popular from the Rolling Stones Records releases.
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66 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Richard R. Carlton on September 12, 2004
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Jump Back: The Best Of The Rolling Stones: `71-`93 was released only in the UK on November 22, 1993. It was the *18th* compilation album released in the UK. It was also the first release of the Stones new contract with Virgin Records. None of the songs appear on either Hot Rocks or More Hot Rocks. The album seems mis-titled because it does not include any of the single releases from 1989-1993 and in fact does not include *16* UK single releases from this time period. It was an attempt to release the most the most popular of the Stones hits since they left Decca (London in the US) in 1971. A better title would have been "Some Stones Hits '71-`89", but then who would have bought an album with an ambiguous title and the last hit 4 years earlier....other than those rabid Stones fans, anyway? Well, this is what happens when you have such a huge catalog of hits and you try to do a greatest hits album. Look at all the stuff that had to be left off of the 2002 release 40 Licks. If they ever release the entire Stones catalog as a box set it will have to come in a trunk that comes with a dolly to get it out of the store.

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113 of 136 people found the following review helpful By T. McCool on September 1, 2004
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So, why release ANOTHER greatest hits collection right after 40 Licks? Well, it's one disc and focuses on the post-60s (re:post-London) Stones.

Twelve of the eighteen songs on this CD appear on 40 Licks; all but one are on the second disc of 40 Licks.

So here's whatcha do. If you've already bought 40 Licks, buy this CD, throw away the second disc of 40 Licks, throw away the packaging for Jump Back, insert the Jump Back disc into the 40 Licks case. Now you don't have to suffer throught the 4 "new" songs on the 40 Licks second disc or those lame 90s singles - Love Is Strong and Anybody Seen My Baby.

Because this is a much, much better representation of this period in the Stones catalog. Even better would be to start with the 17 songs from Jump Back (minus Wild Horses which is on disc 1 of 40 Licks). Add You Got Me Rocking, Shattered, and Out Of Control (the live version from No Security). Now you have 20 tracks to make your 40 Licks Disc 2.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Docendo Discimus on February 2, 2005
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"Jump Back" is a well assembled and reasonably well annotated overview of the Stones' 70s and 80s output. The sound is excellent, and almost everything that the casual fan could want is here. 74 minutes of tough, raunchy rock n' roll, from the gritty "Bitch" and the swaggering "Brown Sugar" to the soulful "Waiting On A Friend" and the ballad "Angie".

This is a quite reasonably priced compilation which really shows the depth of the Stones' collective talents and the variety of their music, blending rock n' roll, blues, R&B, and a little bit of country into a distinctive "Stones" sound, anchored by the greatest rhythm guitarist in the business, Keith Richards.
And this is a CD, right? So you can just program out the hideous disco-experimentalism of "Emotional Rescue" and the forgettable "Undercover Of The Night".

Compare this compilation with disc two of "Forty Licks" and you'll find that "Jump Back" blows "Licks" out of the water.
Coupled with "Hot Rocks: 1964-1971" (or the magnificent box set "The London Years"), this album provides the best career overview currently available.
If you don't want to spring for the Stones' original albums, this is the way to go.
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