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Got To Have A Song - Jeff Beck - Reel Masters (CD)

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  1. Jeff Beck, Soundtrack: The Boat That Rocked. Jeff Beck was born in Surrey in He grew up in a suburban street in Carshalton. When he was about 10, he wanted to play the guitar. His mum, however, wanted him to play the piano because she didn't approve of the guitar. When he was in his late teens, he joined "The Tridents" on lead guitar. In , he replaced Eric Clapton in The Yardbirds.
  2. Original Album Classics, a Compilation of songs by Jeff Beck. Released 16 June on Epic (catalog no. ; CD).
  3. Jeff Beck and his band were there and really tight. His talent show side kicks were a big let down to the fans who came to see "Jeff Beck". The sound quality, not great, I am always looking for a non distorted Jeff Beck guitar sound. Jan Hammer was very good on the keyboards. Aerosmith was a nice surprise singing "Train Kept A Rollin"/5().
  4. Jeff Beck / Reel Masters / 2CD in s, Jeff Beck /11/02 Views Classic Beck from 71/72 including disk one completely diff alternate studio versions from the “Rough & Ready” sessions (15 tracks) disk two live /
  5. Phenomenal sound source has been excavated. Second phase of The Jeff Beck Group is the final mix of “ROUGH AND READY” which was announced in October Since the five-reel master was directly pressed into five CD, although each of the recording time is short, can you deliver dynamic sound enough not think 30 years ago things.
  6. Mar 12,  · The other reviews are correct, the band in all the photos on the DVD case is NOT the line-up on film. This is the Rough and Ready Jeff Beck group, not the Rod Stewart version. That out of the way, the couple albums by this (heard it called jeff beck group mkII), are great. I consider myself a knowledgeable beck fan and had never seen the sisvitalicurmalarlomicrerinreds.coinfos:
  7. Jeff Beck have a command of his instrument that is second to none. His abilitly to create sounds from his quitar is remarkable. As shown by this album and the vast majority of his albums over the lst forty some years, it comes down to song suggestions/5().
  8. But again, this disc shows Jeff's affinity for Black music, his love of Stevie Wonder's compositions ("I Got To Have A Song"), and I regard it as an important stepping-stone in his repertoire. Jeff Beck is truly a one-off, and this disc helps display just that. As a footnote, I was pleased with my transaction/5().

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