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Beck Bogert & Appice Import

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  • Audio CD (19 Dec. 1989)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B00000250G
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  DVD Audio  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 460,945 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)


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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By J. P. West on 29 Oct. 2006
Format: Audio CD
I am really writing in response to the previous review, which would put anyone off buying this album....

I own every Jeff Beck album there is and although this record is not as good as masterworks such as Wired, There and Back, and Truth - it is still a record worth having. Sure, the singing isn't top drawer - but on the ballads such as 'I'm So Proud' and 'Sweet Sweet Surrender' they are more than adequate in getting the emotion across.

Although on the surface this seems like a formulaic rock album, very much of its time, it bares repeated listening.... There are so many hidden gems in the playing... all three of them have great subtle ideas that take a few listens to sink in - although naturally Jeff Beck is the one who takes home the big prize .

'Livin' Alone' has an awesome exciting intro, then it rocks out with the song... and the guitar playing!.... My God... It's a secret masterclass.

It has funky signs of things to come - I would also disagree that this is a bad version of 'Superstitious'.... Turn it up LOUD! The drumming is like a machine gun firing - the band really gel, listen the the licks Jeff Beck uses - how many modern guitarists have stolen this stuff?

I concede it is not the greatest Jeff Beck record, but it is still a damn good one!

P.S - The other rare Jeff Beck one to check out is 'Jeff Beck Group', I was surprised just how good it was - I think it's up there with his best.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Simon Uglow VINE VOICE on 18 July 2006
Format: Audio CD
Were Cream the best of the supergroups that were formed late 60's early 70's? Guess that depends on your views on guitarists, and whether or not you liked "Toad" by Cream. BBA were a short lived outfit, formed by Jeff Beck, then ex Yardbirds; Tim Bogert of Vanilla Fudge, and Carmine Appice (also Vanilla Fudge) who later went on to play for Rod Stewart. The standard on this CD is set by the opener, Black Cat Moan, but the stand out track is Superstition, the Stevie Wonder track : Beck playing a keyboard riff is quite awesome. Appice's drumming through out is solid, occasionally explosive, and Bogert's voice is strong. You wonder why they never followed this up, it was a good debut album - there is a live import album available from Japan, but they went their separate ways. Personally, I love Jeff Becks playing, so if you are a "complete-ist" this is a must...
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Mark K. Sims on 10 April 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I bought this album because I had as a vinyl back in the seventies. It was good then and it is good now. Although it has to be said that it does souns a little dated now. However, I still enjoy it. I can definitely recommend it. Jeff Beck is one of the greats on guitar and this is a good showcase for his talent.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By M. MCKENDRICK on 8 Dec. 2008
Format: Audio CD
....another fundamental mistake on the part of Amazon, this is the STUDIO RECORDING, NOT the live album by the group of the same name.

This; Beck Bogert & Appice Live is the Live recording.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By peter mcdermott on 20 Mar. 2003
Format: DVD Audio
The forgotten album..from the vaults in 5.1 sound!!..Jeff Beck ably supported by Tim Bogert & Carmine appice (Ex Spooky tooth & rod stewart to name a few!)..Beck really lets loose on this molten album. This is the supergroup that rivalled Cream in all their glory..songs like "I'm so proud" "lady" just show the public what they missed first time around! The sonic guitar playing of Beck comes to its fruition during the foot stomper "Black cat moan"..wringing every nuance of sound & blistering fretwork et al...Go buy it ..it's a classic that in 5.1 sound got better!!
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Format: Audio CD
The other two reviewers are both right !! Yes Becks guitar work is top class Yes Appice`s Drumming is powerful and tight Yes Bogert`s Bass lines are wonderous and His voice is`nt top drawer . The trio rock and play superbly but there is a serious lack of decent songs hence the covers..I grew up with this album and I do love it, I saw them on their world tour Portsmouth guildhall special guests UPP. I then had to get the Live in japan album because no record company would release in Europe.. Live and studio and dam good band! PS this is the remaster with extra tracks.Rockin R&B.
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Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
I saw Beck, Bogert and Appice on their only British tour way back in the early 1970"s and promptly bought this, their only released album. I still have that original on vinyl but not been able to play it for many years. What a joy to be able to hear it again! From hard, driving rock to lyrical, it"s all on here. Jeff Beck"s superb guitar work soars through on every track - and there isn't a weak one among them. Personal favourites are "Superstition" and "Black Cat Moan" . Such a shame this was the band's only outing.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Julian Stevens on 15 Nov. 2007
Format: Audio CD
A decidedly interesting (US) trio project yielding only the one studio album (they started on a second but gave up on it), featuring Tim Bogert on bass/vocals and Carmine Appice on drums, both formerly of Vanilla Fudge and subsequently Cactus. (Carmen Appice later gave a fine performance in support of Jeff Beck's amazing, blazing guitar solo on Rock'n'Roll Jelly off Stanley Clark's otherwise completely crap Schooldays album.)

As originally issued, this one was about as rough a recording as 1971's Rough & Ready, made worse by a rather thin and weak sound, but the digitally remastered edition improves things hugely. Unusually, whoever did such a fine remastering job isn't credited in the otherwise fairly informative booklet, though s/he certainly should be.

It's pretty rough'n'ready musically as well, in the vein of up tempo bluesy/R&B. But, for all that, the album does have a sort of uncompromising let's-get-the-f***-on-with-it club rock quality which gives it a certain vitality. Black Cat Moan and Livin' Alone are good examples. So ~ quite good musically and now, with the benefit of good digital remastering, much better in the sound stakes as well, so don't settle for anything less. (The DR edition can be identified by its two bonus tracks.)
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