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The Best Of Jeff Beck

The Best Of Jeff Beck

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He released numerous studio, live, compilation, video and soundtrack albums during his career, as well as over twenty singles.

And what made that album extra special was the band – drummer Mickie Most would go down as more of a British pop song maker, but there happened to be one Ronnie Wood, who played bass, and a painfully shy singer who would soon take Wood with him, form The Faces and become one of the greatest singers of all time. That does not mean that this final offering under the Jeff Beck Group banner should be dismissed as a mere transitional piece to greater things. His technique consisted of furiously intricate playing modified by various electronic gadgets that later influenced every genre from heavy metal to jazz-rock.If Beck were the type to be bothered about that sort of thing, he would have looked on at Led Zeppelin’s success through the ’70s and wondered why the private jets and mega sales hadn’t come The Jeff Beck Group’s way instead. Hammerhead,” which begins as a ‘60s riff rocker before quickly heading to Blow by Blow territory; “There’s No Other Me". I.L"; it is clear that the master has no wish to rest on his laurels even if his heart does rest in the pure rock and roll days of the 60s. com claims ownership of all its original content and Intellectual property under United States Copyright laws and those of all other foreign countries.

s 'Loud Hailer', Jeff Beck's final solo album, sees the man revisit his heavy blues rock sensibilities as closely as he was willing to; not so much reveling in the psychedelic skronk of the Yardbirds or the heavy stomp of the Jeff Beck Group but favoring an arena-ready rock that places an emphasis on such old-fashioned values as chops and social consciousness. It's a perfect album to compare the band in two totally different periods, although in both the guitar is the absolute protagonist, (in the case of Beck his ‘54 Esquire with several pieces changed, making it the first great Frankenstein guitar of rock), but I think you can say that Beck, this time, comes out ahead. It's a great showcase for his incredible range and talent and I would highly recommend this to anyone discovering his music. At the risk of alienating those loyal fans who cry out for the heavier Jeff Beck of 1969, Jeff gives them exactly that except not in the way they were hoping.

B. King and Steve Cropper, he honed his craft from 1963 in The Tridents, a four-piece led by the Lucas brothers, bassist and vocalist Paul and rhythm guitarist John.



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