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Emotion and Commotion - Jeff BeckEmotive Commotive Brilliance (1181 words)
by Lakerfanster - written on 09/05/10 (Very useful, 85 readings)
Introduction J Jeff Beck came to fame as the Guitarist in The Yardbirds after replacing Eric Clapton in 1965, A couple of years later he started his own group with Rod Stewart on vocals. Since then he has come to be recognised as one of the greatest Guitarists of All Time. Into his sixties and not having released a solo album for more than four years he had somewhat of a resurgence with the help of Leo Green who was then the Artistic Director of Ronnie Scott s legendary Music Venue. He came to Beck with the idea of doing a five night stand at the Venue. After thinking it over he decided to accept and he and his band consisting of Tal Wilkenfeld (Bass), Vinnie Colaiuta ...
You Had It Coming - Jeff BeckBeck's Classic (166 words)
by adambrown400 - written on 11/08/08 (Useful, 25 readings)
enough to catch J Jeff Beck live very soon after this album was completed and was able to check out how good ihe was live. His ability to transform and develop his style over the years has been Beck s main skill. From flower-pop 60 s beat groups , through to single handedly inventing heavy metal , to jazz-funk and fusion and now ...
You Had It Coming - Jeff BeckOh Noes, Technoes (282 words)
by Frankingsteins - written on 13/02/08 (Very useful, 16 readings)
Commonly known as the least famous guitarist from the Yardbirds, J Jeff Beck s consistent capacity for reinvention has led to an enjoyably turbulent career that has perhaps reached its all-time low with his most recent industrial rock direction. You Had It Coming was (I believe) the second album to follow this style, and really is quite poor, drowning Beck s guitars in an excremental sea of techno beats and sampled vocals that distract from his apparent virtuosity, not as openly on display here as in his other works. At only thirty-five minutes this isn t the most generous of recordings, but it was still too long for me, as comparatively short songs like the ...