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Jeff Beck first rose to prominence with the Yardbirds, a band he joined in 1965 to replace the recently departed Eric Clapton. However, after getting fired in 1967, he formed the Jeff Beck Group, with whom he recorded two studio albums. The original JBG - featuring Rod Stewart on vocals and Ronnie Wood on bass - dissolved in 1969, but Beck formed a new band with the same name in 1971, this time with Bobby Tench on vocals and keyboards. The second version of the group also released two albums. Beck then joined up with ex-Vanilla Fudge members Carmine Appice and Tim Bogert, with whom he continued as the Jeff Beck Group initially, but by the end of 1972 the trio were re-christened Beck, Bogert & Appice. In April 1973 their eponymous debut album was released but while critics acknowledged the band's instrumental prowess, it was not commercially successful, leaving a second LP recorded but never released. Jeff transitioned in 1975 and experimented with Jazz Rock, a style he continued with throughout the rest of the 1970s. During the '80s, Beck made two albums in a more rock instrumental style, both of which were nominated for Grammy Awards. In the 1990s, Beck had a higher musical output. He contributed to albums by Jon Bon Jovi, Roger Waters, Kate Bush and Beverley Craven. He also recorded the instrumental soundtrack album Frankie's House in 1992, and Crazy Legs (1993), a tribute to 1950s rockabilly group Gene Vincent and the Blue Caps - and their influential guitarist Cliff Gallup. Jeff Beck has remained busy too through the third millennium, and his recent live performances (and a single to boot) with a post- court trial Johnny Depp has bought Jeff more celebrity than he has experienced in a long time. This triple CD set celebrates and documents different eras from Jeff Beck's long and esteemed career to date, featuring as it does three CDs capturing exceptional live performances by the great man, alongside whomever he was working with at the time. DISC ONE features BBC radio sessions recorded by various guises of the Jeff Beck Group between 1967 and 1971. DISC TWO contains a superb recording of Beck, Bogert & Appice, from the Rainbow Theatre
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Type: CD
Recorded: 2023
Release Date: 2023-01-13
Label: Eat To The Beat
Country: Euro
Item No: ETTB147
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Track List
Disc 1
01 Jeff Beck Interview
02 Hi Ho Silver Lining
03 Let Me Love You
04 Stone Cold Crazy
05 (i Know) I'm Losing You
06 Rock My Plimsoul
07 Tallyman
08 This Morning
09 I Ain't Superstitious
10 Beck's Bolero
11 You'll Never Get To Heaven
12 You Shook Me
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