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  • Audio CD (9 Jan. 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Immortal
  • ASIN: B00H9EURS0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 116,517 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Format: Audio CD
This live album was recorded during Jeff’s 2014 tour with a band including ex-Wet Willie vocalist and harmonica player Jimmy Hall, Rhonda Smith on bass, drummer Jonathan Joseph and second guitarist Nicolas Meier and includes material from across his career, such as "Morning Dew" from his first solo album 'Truth' and "Hammerhead from his last studio album 2010's 'Emotion & Commotion'. The record also features two new studio recordings, “Tribal” a blues-meets-hip-hop rocker featuring Beck, Smith and drummer Veronica Bellino (which strangely reminded me of Jeff's playing with the Yardbirds) and “My Tiled White Floor" a more pop-sounding song with the same band and featuring vocals from Bellino.

The sound on the live tracks is very good with a good balance, Jeff's lead guitar is naturally to the fore but the vocals and the backing are also up in the mix. I wasn't totally convinced by Hall on vocals (he also featured on Jeff's 'Flash' album) but he does have a strong powerful voice that is at its best on numbers like the funky version of "Superstition" and the hard rocking cover of Freddie King's "Going down". Jeff's playing is as good as ever and he can move at will from heavy rock riffing to gentle, very subtle playing - often in the same song, as in the version of Hendrix's "Little Wing". He's taken his influences from rock and roll, blues and Les Paul and come up with his own very individual style of guitar playing that couldn't be anyone else. My only criticism of this record is that the majority of these tracks will be very familiar to Beck-heads (albeit in slightly different versions) and I would have liked to have seen a few different songs but otherwise a thoroughly workmanlike album, with occasionaly inspired playing. My favourite track was "Morning Dew", which brings back memories of seeing the first Jeff Beck Group with Rod Stewart.
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an excellent recording of an excellent concert. Beck in fine form great playing from Beck's Bolero through to Over the Rainbow. stanbd our songs "Cause we've ended as Lovers", "Big Block" "Star Cycle" "Brush with the Blues" to name a few. excellent back up band with Jason Rebello on on keys, Randy Hope-Taylor on bass and Vinne Colaiuta on drums. Hard to get cd but thanks to Amazon one can get a copy.
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This CD is immediately interesting because it includes a blues vocalist and there are not many of Beck's most famous jazz fusion classics. It enables the supreme guitarist to showcase his mastery of several musical genres. "Loaded" is an exemplary instrumental that combines industrial and hard rock riffs. "Morning Dew" is a riveting blues and rock gem that was originally recorded by the Jeff Beck Group over 40 years ago. "You Know You Know" is an intricate jazz fusion tune that Beck nails. "Why Give It Away" is funk and very energetic. "A Change Is Going To Come" is a Sam Cooke soul masterpiece and Jeff's guitar work is astounding and Jimmy Hall's vocals are exemplary "A Day In The Life" is Beck's instrumental version of the Beatles' hit song and it rightfully earned him a Grammy Award for its sheer brilliance. "Superstition" fuses soul, blues and funk and Beck wondrously performs this song which was recorded several decades in the past. "Hammerhead" is Beck's incendiary psychedelic marvel from "Emotion and Commotion" that merited him another Grammy Award. "Little Wing" is a Hendrix classic that Jeff adroitly relishes to play because he was a good friend and admirer of Jimi Hendrix. "Big Block" is a hard rock instrumental from "Guitar Shop" that Beck has expertly perfected in a live setting for 25 years. "Where Were You" is an emotive, celestial and tender instrumental that Eddie Van Halen, Brian May and Jos Satriani revere. The live songs culminate with the heavy blues of "Rolling and Tumblin" and "Going Down" a very famous song that all great guitarists enjoy to perform. The two studio tracks are the frenetic and blistering "Tribal' and "My Tiled White Floor" each featuring female vocalists.Read more ›
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I have so much of Jeff's studio and live work on cassette/vinyl/cd, that when I saw this little item come along, I was wondering whether or not to buy me a copy because much on display, I already had....so I guess it was the 2 new studio cuts that eventually won me over!
However, and funnily enough, it's not the studio tracks that do it for me - it's once again the live cuts as the different inflections and tonality that make this such a wonderful listening experience, with Jeff culling items from all around his lengthy back catalogue. That said, I am more used to Jeff just doing what he does, so the use (and quite extensive) of the Jimmy Hall vocal chords, I was not quite expecting - and while Jimmy is tuneful enough, his delivery, for me, is a tad under par compared to Jeff and his incredible band of musicians on display here.
Morning Dew, A Day In The Life, Superstition (played more like a backing track to Stevie Wonder than the BBA rendition!), Big Block and Rollin' & Tumblin' are all notable tracks but head and shoulders above are Where Were You with it's beautiful, understated lines, and the amazing You Know, You Know...one of my favourite Mahavishnu Orchestra tracks with it's flowing lines and insistent riff that top the lot!
As for the two studio tracks? Well, showing Jeff is off in yet another direction....but seemingly out of context and certainly needing to be heard in a full studio album context before one can really make any kind of judgement... I think I would have preferred another couple of tracks taken from the live show instead....but, hey, don't let me put you off - if you want to hear an absolute master of his trade at work with an exceptional band of supporting musicians, you'll go an awful long way to top this one - BUY!
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