First of all, don't be confused by Amazon listing this as "There and Beck". It's a no-frills issue of Jeff's 1980 album "There & Back". There are no extra tracks or remastering quirks to distinguish this from the original release so I assume the wrong name is just a typo.
But what you DO get is one of the finest albums of its time. Here are eight tracks that rewrote the book on what happens when rock meets jazz. Jeff's creative partnership with keyboard wizard Jan Hammer reached its highest point here, with the opener "Star Cycle" - where maestros of the guitar and synth trade licks with abandon - finding its place as the iconic theme tune to Channel 4's "The Tube" music show for much of the 80s. Legendary session drummer Simon Philips, bassist Mo Foster and keyboardist Tony Hymas complete the lineup for the rest of the album, and the result was, frankly, lightning in a bottle. I remember when it came out: one muso friend after another would ask me, "have you heard There & Back yet?" It didn't matter if they were talking about the guitar playing, or the synths, or the drums - they were all floored by it. And more than thirty years later, it still blows me away.