Rolling Stones Share 4K Versions Of ‘Jumpin’ Jack Flash’ Videos

Rolling Stones Share 4K Versions Of ‘Jumpin’ Jack Flash’ Videos

The Rolling Stones and ABKCO Music & Records Inc. have released the official music videos of the legendary rock band performing “Jumpin’ Jack Flash.”

Produced between 1967 and 1968, the videos have been restored in 4K resolution. The video releases are two different versions of “Jumpin’ Jack Flash.” Directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, the videos were shot in a single day at Olympic Studios in London during the spring of ’68.

The first version, featuring a makeup-free Stones, has the distinction of incorporating a completely unique version of the song (vocals and all other instruments), whereas the version with a makeup-clad Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts utilizes a fresh Jagger vocal take over the backing track from the single.

“When I edited them and played them back, they loved the videos,” Lindsay-Hogg said. “I’d hate to think they didn’t, because then I went on to do their videos for 15 years.”

(Photo: Michael Lindsay-Hogg)

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