The Rolling Stones Music Videos from the ’60s Receive 4K Restoration

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Music videos of The Rolling Stones performing “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” were released today by ABKCO Music & Records Inc. Originally produced in 1968 the videos have been faithfully restored in 4K resolution. Video releases of “Jumpin’ Jack Flash” (one with makeup, one without) were shot over the course of one day at Olympic Studios in London during the spring of 1968, directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg (The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus, Let It Be). This first version features a makeup-free version of the Stones (vocals and all other instruments), while the version with a makeup-clad Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Brian Jones, Bill Wyman and Charlie Watts uses Jagger’s new vocal over the backing track.

In the entertainment industry, Music & Records, Inc., is one of the largest independent companies in the world. The museum houses iconic music collections including Sam Cooke, The Rolling Stones, Bobby Womack, Eric Burdon, The Animals, Herman’s Hermits, Marianne Faithfull, The Kinks, and Cameo Parkway masters by Chubby Checker, Bobby Rydell, Clint Eastwood, The Dovells. and The Mysterians, The Orlons, Dee  Sharp, Charlie Gracie, Bob Seger, and The Tymes. Releases on ABKCO’s SAR Records include albums by L.C. Cooke, The Soul Stirrers, Billy Preston, Johnnie Taylor, The Valentinos, Mel Carter and more.

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