|1||Jumpin' With Symphony Sid
Written-By – C. Beeks*, L Young*
|2||Jack, You're Dead
Written-By – D. Miles*, Walter Bishop*
|3||Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby
Written-By – Billy Austin, Louis Jordan
|4||We The Cats (Shall Hep Ya)
Written By – M. MoreWritten-By [Uncredited] – Buster Harding, Cab Calloway, Jack Palmer
|5||San Francisco Fan
Written-By – Dick Sanford, Sammy Mysels
|6||Five Guys Named Moe
Written-By – Jerome Bresler*, Larry Wynn
Written-By – Cab Calloway, Frank Froeba, Jack Palmer
|8||You Run Your Mouth (And I'll Run My Business)
Written-By – Lillian Armstrong*
|9||What's The Use Of Getting Sober (When You're Gonna Get Drunk Again)
Written-By – Busby Meyers
|10||You're My Meat
Written-By – Skeets Tolbert
Written-By – Buddy Feyne, Erskine Hawkins, Julian Dash, William Johnson
|12||How Long Must I Wait For You
Written-By – Paul Specht
|AMLH 68530||Joe Jackson's Jumpin' Jive||Joe Jackson's Jumpin' Jive (LP, Album)||A&M Records||AMLH 68530||UK||1981|
|393 271-1||Joe Jackson||Joe Jackson's Jumpin' Jive (LP, Album, RE)||A&M Records||393 271-1||Germany||Unknown|
|393 271-1||Joe Jackson||Joe Jackson's Jumpin' Jive (LP, Album, RE)||A&M Records||393 271-1||Germany||1985|
|L 37630||Joe Jackson||Joe Jackson's Jumpin' Jive (LP, Album)||A&M Records||L 37630||New Zealand||1981|
|393 271-2||Joe Jackson||Joe Jackson's Jumpin' Jive (CD, Album)||A&M Records||393 271-2||Germany||Unknown|
Jumpin' Jive" was covered by new wave artist Joe Jackson (under the band name Joe Jackson's Jumpin' Jive) on his 1981 album of the same name. The album, originally conceived as "a few pub gigs for a laugh," also featured other jump-blues tracks, including Calloway's "We the Cats (Shall Hep Ya. Charts.
Joe Jackson's Jumpin' Jive is the fourth studio album by Joe Jackson. Released in 1981, it is a collection of covers of classic 1940s swing and jump blues songs originally performed by musicians such as Louis Jordan and Cab Calloway, the latter of whom's song "Jumpin' Jive" was the eponym for this album.
The singer-songwriter decided to make Joe Jackson's Jumpin' Jive, a record featuring covers of old swing and jump blues tunes made famous by Louis Jordan, Cab Calloway and Glenn Miller. At the height of new wave and the dawn of the MTV era, a jazz detour wasn’t the most obvious choice. However, Jackson had become fascinated with post-war jazz as a young man.
Joe Jackson's Jumpin' Jive (1981). Album by Joe Jackson. is a cover of. (Hep-Hep!) the Jumpin' Jive by Cab Calloway (1939).
Jumpin' Jive proved to be one of Joe Jackson's most adventurous projects as he tries his hand at covering a bunch of Louis Jordan and Cab Calloway tunes, ranging from the extravagance of big band to bop to vibrant swing music. The album broke the Top 50 in the . and made it to number 14 in England, with the title track peaking at number 43 over there as well.
Band Name Joe Jackson. Album Name Jumpin' Jive. 6. Five Guys Named Moe. 7. Jumpin' Jive. 8. You Run Your Mouth (and I'll Run My Business). 9. What's the Use of Getting Sober (When You're Gonna Get Drunk Again).
Jumpin Jive totally influenced me when I was 14. I was already into Glenn Miller, but this album took me to a whole new level. Joe Jackson and his band totally defined my experience as a teenager, and I will never forget seeing them live. 8 years ago. 1:46 the sax player almost fell.