Rolling Stones Gitarrist Keith Richards und Soul-Queen Aretha Franklin nehmen den Stones-Hit JUMPIN' JACK FLASH neu auf. Das Ergebnis ist nicht schlecht. Jumpin' Jack Flash Songtext One, two! 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' jack flash. Jumpin' Jack Flash ist ein US-amerikanischer Spielfilm von Penny Marshall aus dem Jahr Die Spionage-Komödie stellte eine junge schwarze.
Jumpin’ Jack Flash (Film)Jumpin' Jack Flash Songtext One, two! 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' jack flash. Rolling Stones Gitarrist Keith Richards und Soul-Queen Aretha Franklin nehmen den Stones-Hit JUMPIN' JACK FLASH neu auf. Das Ergebnis ist nicht schlecht. Hugo Egon Balder erzählt Geschichten und Anekdoten rund um einen Lieblingshit und seine Entstehung: "Jumpin' Jack Flash" von Rolling.
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Richards is particularly fond of the song's main riff, often crediting it as his favorite among all of his most revered guitar riffs.
In March , Q magazine placed "Jumpin' Jack Flash" at number 2 in its list of the Greatest Guitar Tracks. VH1 placed it at number 65 in its show Greatest Rock Songs.
It is ranked number on Rolling Stone's Greatest Songs of All Time list. Two promotional videos were made in May one featuring a live performance, another showcasing the band lipsyncing.
Mick Jagger is singing a clearly different vocal in the latter, and all the band wear makeup. In , the song's title was used for the Whoopi Goldberg film Jumpin' Jack Flash.
In addition to the Rolling Stones' version of the song, the film features Aretha Franklin 's cover version for which Ronnie Wood and Richards played guitar, but Franklin played piano.
This version is characterised by influences from the popular black music scene. Only the Rolling Stones' version is on the film's original soundtrack recording.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the song. For the film, see Jumpin' Jack Flash film. For the comic strip, see Jack Flash.
The Rolling Stones Mick Jagger — lead vocals, backing vocals, maracas Keith Richards — lead guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, backing vocals Brian Jones — rhythm guitar Bill Wyman — Hammond organ Charlie Watts — drums Additional personnel Ian Stewart — piano Jimmy Miller — backing vocals.
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Irish Singles Chart. Retrieved 18 June Single Top Retrieved 2 October Retrieved 5 September Watch the video. Title: Jumpin' Jack Flash Terry works for a bank, and uses computers to communicate with clients all over the world.
One day she gets a coded message from an unknown source. After decoding the message, Terry becomes embroiled in an espionage ring.
People are killed, and Terry is chased. Throughout she remains in contact with this unknown person, who needs Terry to help save his life.
Written by Rob Hartill. The essence of a great film is that it makes us laugh each time we watch it and this film certainly fits this criteria. Whoopie Goldberg's star quality shines through as she carries scenes along mainly by herself as she supposedly communicates with an unseen man-in- trouble.
The film has some superbly memorable lines and just fulfils our deepest wishes that one day we will be whisked into a glamorous world of intrigue and espionage.
The end scene in the restaurant shows Whoopie's versatility and has us in tears for her. She does not need swearing though to carry her talents.
She can act with her face as well as her script. The rest of the cast perform admirably and this is one to watch time and time again. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search.
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Parents Guide. External Sites. User Reviews. User Ratings. External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. He asks her to go to his New York apartment to retrieve a frying pan, containing his CIA contacts, who will supply an exit strategy.
Meanwhile, Marty Phillips joins the staff at the bank as Jackie's replacement. A computer technician comes to repair her terminal, but when Terry questions his identity, he vanishes.
After arriving at Jack's apartment and retrieving the frying pan, she notices that someone had entered and taken her picture, which is pinned to the front door.
Shaken, she runs back outside to her taxi, only to find the technician from earlier is the driver. She knocks him out with the frying pan and flees.
Terry is unable to reach the first of four contacts on the frying pan, Peter Caen, but does reach Mark Van Meter, who meets her by the East River. He is stunned to learn of what has happened to Jack and that Terry is a civilian.
As they continue to talk, Van Meter notices someone coming up behind them. He quickly pushes Terry into the river, just before he is shot dead.
Terry attends Van Meter's funeral, where she meets Jack's second contact Archer Lincoln, as well as Liz Carlson, wife of third contact Harry Carlson.
Lincoln dismisses Terry, but Liz informs her that Harry is with Jack. After talking with Jack that evening, Jack deduces Harry is dead, then asks Terry to break into the Consulate's computer.
Terry gets the idea to use the Queen's Anniversary Ball being held there as a cover and goes there disguised as a singer.
Conning her way in, she runs into Liz, who runs interference for her when Talbot intercepts her and manages to reach the computer room and secure a contact for Jack.
But the next night, while Terry is sending it, Talbot deactivates the computer link before Jack receives his contact's name.
Terry goes to Liz's home to talk to her, only to discover she and her children are gone and the house is empty and deserted.
She hurries out, but is cornered by a strange man and ushered to a nearby limousine where Archer Lincoln is waiting for her.
Inside the car, Lincoln confirms Harry Carlson's death and tells Terry that Liz and her children have been moved from their homes and given new identities for their own safety.
He then warns her to break off contact with Jack to save her life. The following morning, Terry decides to try and contact Lady Sarah Billings, who is an old flame of Jack's and obtain a contact for Jack from her.
While calling around for information from a nearby phone booth, Terry is abducted and literally dragged through the streets of Manhattan by a tow truck while still inside.
She manages to escape only to be confronted by the technician from the previous nights and injected with truth serum. He manages to get a partial confession from her, but she traps him by pinning his arm inside of his car window and sending it into traffic.
In a haze, she locates Sarah at Elizabeth Arden and makes an impassioned plea for her help. Sarah tells Terry she would rather let Jack be killed than risk losing face.
A disgusted Terry excoriates her and leaves. After transmitting the exit plan to Jack, Terry is captured by the KGB and learns that Talbot is a mole, who deceptively provided the contact for Jack, in reality a deadly trap.
Terry escapes and flees to the bank to contact Jack. Talbot and his KGB henchmen are already there, masquerading as British bankers. Talbot orders her to tell Jack that nothing is wrong, but she tricks Talbot into sitting in an unstable chair, then fights him to reach her computer.
Though one of Talbot's henchmen opens fire on the office, Terry continues typing a warning to Jack. When Carl, Talbot's other henchman, moves to kill her, he is suddenly shot by Marty.