Category: Classic Rock

Show Your Mama / Jumpin Jack Flash - Stacie Collins - Shinin Live! (DVD, Album)


  1. Stacie Collins CD discography And by Fall the time had finally come; Two shows in one of her favorite venues, the venerable Bootlegger's Bar were filmed and recorded and are now available in the great DVD/CD package that is "SHININ' LIVE!". In alone, Collins and her band crossed the Atlantic four times to play more than 80 shows in eleven.
  2. Directed by Penny Marshall. With Whoopi Goldberg, Stephen Collins, John Wood, Carol Kane. A computer wiz woman/kenlecaponathtyadarcsiphapindeiprob.coinforg works at a computer terminal in a NYC bank. One day she gets a strange message and breaks the code. Suddenly, she finds .
  3. Sep 21,  · What Album was the song "Jumpin' Jack Flash" on, by The Rolling Stones? I keep looking, and I can;t seem to find the album that it was released on. I can only it on the albums like GRRR! or Hot Rocks or Through the Past Darkly, which are all "Greatest Hits" type albums.
  4. Like a great many Rolling Stones songs, and most of their s singles, the Top Three hit "Jumpin' Jack Flash" unveiled yet another classic blues-rock guitar riff, similar to the one heard in "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" in its ascending insistence, but nevertheless easy to tell apart from that predecessor.
  5. *Bakersfield, CA By Praguefrank SESSIONS / unknown, CA – Stacie Collins BIG FREIGHT TRAIN REV RRCD ALL.
  6. Failing that, get yourself a copy of this DVD/CD two-fer, get a beer, a bottle of JD, a mug of coffee - name your poison - turn down the houselights, turn up the volume and blow your cares away with a great show from a genuinely original talent, the one, the only, Stacie Collins Band!/5(11).
  7. Show Your Mama / Jumpin' Jack Flash Songtext von Stacie Collins mit Lyrics, deutscher Übersetzung, Musik-Videos und Liedtexten kostenlos auf kenlecaponathtyadarcsiphapindeiprob.coinfo
  8. Jumpin' Jack Flash is a American comedy film starring Whoopi Goldberg. The film was directed by Penny Marshall in her theatrical film directorial debut. The soundtrack includes two versions of the song "Jumpin' Jack Flash": the original by the Rolling Stones, and a remake by Aretha Franklin heard over the end credits. Franklin's version.

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