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Baby Jump • The Definitve Collection / Baby Jump o The Definitve Collection


Download links and information about Baby Jump • The Definitve Collection / Baby Jump o The Definitve Collection by Mungo Jerry. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Jazz, Rock, Folk Rock, Country, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 65 tracks with total duration of 03:49:47 minutes.

Artist: Mungo Jerry
Release date: 2005
Genre: Jazz, Rock, Folk Rock, Country, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 65
Duration: 03:49:47
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No. Title Length
1. In the Summertime 3:31
2. Mighty Man 4:45
3. Dust Pneumonia Blues 5:46
4. Baby, Let's Play House 2:50
5. Johnny B. Badde 3:01
6. San Francisco Bay Blues 3:38
7. Sad Eyed Joe 2:48
8. Maggie 4:09
9. Peace In the Country 3:01
10. See Me 3:52
11. Movin' On 4:09
12. My Friend 2:36
13. Mother *!*!*! Boogie 2:48
14. Tramp 4:58
15. Daddie's Brew 3:34
16. Baby Jump 4:04
17. The Man Behind the Piano 3:25
18. She Rowed 3:13
19. Somebody Stole My Wife 2:55
20. I Just Wanna Make Love to You 9:00
21. Lady Rose (Single Version) 3:09
22. Memoirs of a Stockbroker 4:05
23. Follow Me Down 3:14
24. You Better Leave That Whisky Alone 3:59
25. Coming Back to You When the Time Comes 3:37
26. Have a Whiff On Me 3:55
27. Milk Cow Blues 5:07
28. Little Louis 3:49
29. You Don't Have to Be In the Army to Fight the War 3:12
30. The Sun Is Shining 3:37
31. O'Reilly 4:32
32. We Shall Be Free 2:56
33. Ella Speed 3:03
34. Take Me Back 3:25
35. Hey Rosalyn 3:45
36. Northcote Arms 3:15
37. There's a Man Going 'Round Taking Names 3:05
38. Simple Things 3:52
39. Keep Your Hands Off Her 2:47
40. On a Sunday 3:16
41. That Old Dust Storm 3:20
42. Open Up 3:24
43. Going Back Home 2:15
44. I Don't Wanna Go Back to School 3:57
45. No Girl Reaction 4:35
46. See You Again 4:49
47. Demon 5:25
48. My Girl and Me 4:27
49. Sweet Mary Jane 2:41
50. Lady Rose 4:13
51. Brand New Car 3:48
52. Summer's Gone 3:36
53. It's a Goodie Boogie Woogie 2:24
54. Say Goodnight 4:02
55. Alright, Alright, Alright 2:46
56. Little Miss Hipshake 2:31
57. Wild Love 3:07
58. Glad I'm a Rocker 2:49
59. Long Legged Woman Dressed In Black 2:53
60. Gonna Bop Till I Drop 2:52
61. Don't Stop 2:29
62. Shake Till I Break 1:41
63. Too Fast to Live and Too Young to Die 1:45
64. Burnin' Up 2:11
65. All Dressed Up and No Place to Go 2:04



Hmmm, "definitive," you say? Well, let's see. The need for a truly all-encompassing Mungo Jerry collection has been evident ever since the early '90s brought the first in the long line of CD compilations that simply followed the same laws as the LPs that preceded them — here are the hits, here's the odd B-side, here are a couple of randomly selected album tracks. Mungo Jerry meant so much more than that, even if that brief does sum up most listeners' total knowledge of the band's output. With 60 tracks at its disposal, Baby Jump certainly comes close to the ideal. Concentrating on their years with the Dawn subsidiary of Pye Records, it travels from the debut chart-topper "In the Summertime" through the surprisingly peerless run of hits that were spread over the next four years, before winding up with the final gasp of glory that was "Wild Love," an insanely contagious number that really should have been a bigger hit than it was. In between times, each of the band's studio albums is cherry-picked for highlights, with the group's practice of unleashing non-LP B-sides flavored by the inclusion of numbers that are almost as well known in their own right as the hits that accompanied them — the banned-by-the-BBC "Have a Whiff on Me," some genuinely exciting live performances, and more. Of course, it's no substitute for picking up the original albums (and singles), and a full-scale Mungo Jerry reissue campaign remains a promise for which listeners should all be hoping. In the meantime, this anthology certainly allows the collector to finally shed all those repetitive compilations, and offers a much-needed tribute to a band that really was worth a lot more than "In the Summertime."