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David Bowie – Live at 50


David Bowie – Live at 50


Interesting bootleg collection of live performances by Mr Ziggy with an array of other great artists such as Black Francis and Sonic Youth.

And Lou Reed, of course, who has always been, let’s say an “inspiration” to Bowie! No, we don’t necessarily mean Bowie ripped Lou off on countless albums!


Tracklisting

David Bowie & Annie Lennox – Under Pressure
David Bowie & Frank Black – Fashion
David Bowie & Frank Black – Scary Monsters
David Bowie & Jeff Beck – The Jean Genie (Ziggy Farewell Show)
David Bowie & Lou Reed – Dirty Boulevard
David Bowie & Lou Reed – Waiting for the Man
David Bowie & Marianne Faithfull – I got you babe
David Bowie & Nine Inch Nails – Hello Spaceboy
David Bowie & Nine Inch Nails – Scary Monsters
David Bowie & Sonic Youth – I`m afraid of Americans



Here be Bowie

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November 30, 2008 Posted by | Annie Lennox, Black Francis, David Bowie, Jeff Beck, Lou Reed, Marianne Faithfull, Music_Alternative, Nine Inch Nails, Sonic Youth, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

The Yardbirds – Over/Under Roger (Mono) FLAC

The Yardbirds – Roger The Engineer/Over Under Sideways Down [Mono] – FLAC
Audio CD March 26, 2007
Number of Discs: 2
Original LP Release July 15, 1966 (UK)/ August 8, 1966 (U.S.)
Format: Extra tracks, Original recording remastered, Import
Label: Repertoire

The classic 1966 album by the Jeff Beck ‘version’ of the Yardbirds is now available in Special Slip-case 2CD edition! Hurrah!

This contains the complete Stereo and Mono versions of the album, plus 2 bonus singles tracks! Wonderful stuff!

Roger the Engineer (original title: Yardbirds, US, German, and French title: Over Under Sideways Down) was released in 1966 – produced by bassist Paul Samwell-Smith and Simon Napier-Bell.

It was the only Yardbirds album with all originally-written material. Although the record was officially titled The Yardbirds, it has since been referred to, first colloquially, then semi-officially, as Roger the Engineer, a title stemming from the drawing on its front cover, a cartoon of the record’s audio engineer Roger Cameron by band member Chris Dreja.

Due to the influence of Jeff Beck’s experimentation with guitar distortion, the album is considered a precursor to heavy metal.

The original American versions of this album (issued with a completely different album cover and entitled “Over Under Sideways Down”) omitted the songs “The Nazz Are Blue” and “Rack My Mind” and are mixed differently to the British editions. Regardless, record collectors have sought out both the mono (LN 24210) and stereo (BN 26210) versions since several tracks are featured with slight differences in the mixes. Epic’s 1983 reissue (simply entitled The Yardbirds) featured the original UK album cover, the two missing tracks, duplication of the British mixing, and two additional tracks, the 1966 single “Happenings Ten Years Time Ago” b/w “Psycho Daisies”, both featuring Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page.

In 2003, the album was ranked number 349 on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.

Tracklisting

01. Lost Woman
02. Over Under Sideways Down – The Yardbirds, Dreja, Chris
03. The Nazz Are Blue – The Yardbirds, Beck
04. I Can’t Make Your Way
05. Rack My Mind
06. Farewell – The Yardbirds, McCarty
07. Hot House of Omagarishid
08. Jeff’s Boogie – The Yardbirds, Beck
09. He’s Always There
10. Turn into Earth – The Yardbirds, Samwell-Smith
11. What Do You Want
12. Ever Since the World Began

Bonus Singles
13. Happenings Ten Years Time Ago
14. Psycho Daisies

tube says: This is Disc 2. Disc 2 is the only true Mono mix I’ve ever heard and it rocks. Please play it on a Stereo, not headphones.

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October 20, 2008 Posted by | Jeff Beck, Music_Blues, Music_ClassicRock, The Yardbirds, _MUSIC | 2 Comments

The Jeff Beck Group – Truth (1968, Loseless!)

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The Jeff Beck Group – Truth (1968)
wma lossless

We already posted the remastered and expanded version of this, Beck’s debut here jeff-beck-truth-remastered

This is a great quality version of the original work.

Beck, of course, was one of the three noted guitarists — the others being Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page — to have recorded with the band The Yardbirds. He was ranked the 14th on Rolling Stone Magazine’s list of the “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time.

His son, called Beck Beck released some hybrid albums such as Odelay in 1998!

https://i1.wp.com/upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/fa/JeffBeckCrossroads2007.jpg/220px-JeffBeckCrossroads2007.jpgJeff Beck’s time with The Yardbirds was short, allowing Beck only one full album, “Yardbirds” aka Roger the Engineer (1966). Beck left after 18 months, partly for health reasons. For a few months he shared the dual-lead guitar role with Jimmy Page, who had joined the Yardbirds as a bass player, but quickly moved to co-lead guitar, with Chris Dreja moving on bass .

While on the surface Beck seems to have departed the group because of his health, Page, who had been invited into the band for a second time in 1966 by Beck himself, tells a different story:

“ It was on that Dick Clark tour — there were a few incidents. One time in the dressing room I walked in and Beck had his guitar up over his head, about to bring it down on Keith Relf’s head, but instead smashed it on the floor,” Jimmy Page recalled years later. “Relf looked at him with total astonishment and Beck said, ‘Why did you make me do that?’ Fucking hell. Everyone said, ‘My goodness gracious, what a funny chap.’ We went back to the hotel and Beck showed me his tonsils, said he wasn’t feeling well and was going to see a doctor. He left for L.A., where we were headed anyway. When we got there, though, we realized that whatever doctor he was claiming to see must’ve had his office in the Whiskey. He was actually seeing his girlfriend, Mary Hughes, and had just used the doctor bit as an excuse to cut out on us. ”

The Yardbirds were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1992. Beck wise-cracked at the ceremony that “Someone told me I should be proud tonight…But I’m not, because they kicked me out. Fuck them! (Laughs)… ”

The following year, after recording the one-off song “Beck’s Bolero” (with Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, Nicky Hopkins, and Keith Moon) and having two solo vocals hit singles in the UK (“Hi Ho Silver Lining” and “Tallyman”), Beck formed a new band called The Jeff Beck Group, which featured him on lead guitar, Rod Stewart on vocals, Ronnie Wood on bass, Nicky Hopkins on piano, and Micky Waller on drums.

The group produced two albums, Truth (August, 1968) and Beck-Ola (June, 1969). Both albums are highly acclaimed, and considered by many critics to have inspired the heavy metal genre.

Truth, released five months before the first Led Zeppelin album, features a cover of “You Shook Me”, a song first recorded by Willie Dixon which was also covered on the Led Zeppelin debut. While it sold well (reaching #15 on the Billboard charts) and received great critical praise.

Truth did not equal the impact of the release by Page’s new band. Beck-Ola while well-received, was less successful both commercially and critically. Resentment, coupled with touring-related incidents, led the group to dissolve.

The album featured three original songwriting collaborations between Jeff Beck and singer Rod Stewart, “Let Me Love You”, “Blues Deluxe”, and “Rock My Plimsoul”. Highlighted by a re-recording of the Yardbirds’ “Shapes of Things”, Willie Dixon’s “I Ain’t Superstitious” and the traditional “Greensleeves.”

Guests include both guitarist Jimmy Page and keyboardist John Paul Jones on “Beck’s Bolero”, originally recorded in 1966 with Keith Moon on drums and Nicky Hopkins on piano, and released as the B side to Beck’s first solo release, “Hi Ho Silver Lining” in 1967.

Tracklisting:

1. “Shapes of Things” 3:22 (Chris Dreja, Jim McCarty, Keith Relf, Paul Samwell-Smith)
2. “Let Me Love You” 4:44 (Jeff Beck. Rod Stewart)
3. “Morning Dew” 4:40 (Bonnie Dobson, Tim Rose)
4. “You Shook Me” 2:33 (Willie Dixon, J. B. Lenoir)
5. “Ol’ Man River” 4:01 (Jerome Kern, Oscar Hammerstein)
6. “Greensleeves” 1:50 (Traditional, arranged by Jeff Beck)
7. “Rock My Plimsoul” 4:13 (Jeff Beck, Rod Stewart)
8. “Beck’s Bolero” 2:54 (Jimmy Page, Jeff Beck)
9. “Blues De Luxe” 7:33 (Jeff Beck, Rod Stewart)
10. “I Ain’t Superstitious” 4:53 (Willie Dixon)

Personnel

* Jeff Beck – guitars, vocals, arranger; bass on “Ol’ Man River”
* Rod Stewart – vocals (except on “Greensleeves” and “Beck’s Bolero”)
* Micky Waller – drums (except on “Greensleeves” and “Beck’s Bolero”)
* Ronnie Wood – bass (except on “Ol’ Man River”, “Greensleeves” and “Beck’s Bolero”)
* Nicky Hopkins – piano on “Morning Dew”, “You Shook Me”, “Beck’s Bolero” and “Blues Deluxe”
* Keith Moon – drums on “Beck’s Bolero”, tympani on “Ol’ Man River” (credited for the latter as “You Know Who”)
* Jimmy Page – 12-string rhythm guitar on “Beck’s Bolero”
* John Paul Jones – bass on “Beck’s Bolero” and Hammond Organ on “Ol’ Man River” and “You Shook Me”
* Mickie Most – producer
* Ken Scott – engineer

Here be beck;

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July 18, 2008 Posted by | Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, Music_Blues, Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood, _MUSIC | 2 Comments

The Jeff Beck Group – Truth (1968) [REMASTERED] [IMPORT] – VBR

The Jeff Beck Group – Truth [REMASTERED] [IMPORT]
VBRAudio CD (May 10, 2005)

EAC/Lame/VBR/extreme
Release Date: May 24, 2005
Format: Original recording remastered, Import
Label: EMI Int’l / ASIN: B0007XH5OY

This is the Remastered version of the Beck Group’s great debut “Truth” from 1968.

We’ve also posted the original work in lossless format here truth-1968-loseless

In 1968, having been kicked out of the Yardbirds and after recording the one-off song “Beck’s Bolero” (with Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, Nicky Hopkins, and Keith Moon) and having two solo vocals hit singles in the UK (“Hi Ho Silver Lining” and “Tallyman”), Beck formed a new band called The Jeff Beck Group, which featured him on lead guitar, Rod Stewart on vocals, Ronnie Wood on bass, Nicky Hopkins on piano, and Micky Waller on drums.

The group produced two albums, Truth (August, 1968) and Beck-Ola (June, 1969). Both albums are highly acclaimed, and considered by many critics to have inspired the heavy metal genre.

Truth was the first full-length album by Jeff Beck and his backing group. Enjoying strong reviews upon its release, Truth is now widely regarded as one of the first heavy metal albums, due to its blending of hard rock and blues.

The album featured three original songwriting collaborations between Jeff Beck and singer Rod Stewart, “Let Me Love You”, “Blues Deluxe”, and “Rock My Plimsoul”.

LP highlights include a re-recording of the Yardbirds’ “Shapes of Things”, Willie Dixon’s “I Ain’t Superstitious” and the traditional “Greensleeves.”

Guests include both guitarist Jimmy Page and keyboardist John Paul Jones on “Beck’s Bolero”, originally recorded in 1966 with Keith Moon on drums and Nicky Hopkins on piano, and released as the B side to Beck’s first solo release, “Hi Ho Silver Lining” in 1967.

In this expanded version, Jeff Beck’s three singles ‘Tallyman’ , ‘Love Is Blue’ and ‘Hi Ho Silver Lining’ (First Stereo Mix) have been added as bonus tracks along with ‘I’ve Been Drinking’ (New Stereo Mix), ‘You Shook Me’ (Take One Mix), ‘Rock My Plimsoul’ (Stereo Mix), ‘Beck’s Bolero’ (Mono Single Version With Backwards Guitar), ‘Blues Deluxe’ (Take 1 Mix) plus theballad ‘I’ve Been Drinking’ (B-side on ‘Love Is Blue’) which was omitted from the original album.

The liner notes have been upgraded by Charles Shaar Murray and feature an extensive interview with Jeff Beck. All tracks produced by Mickie Most. Remastered by Peter Mew at Abbey Road. EMI. 2005

Tracklisting

01. Shapes of Things
02. Let Me Love You
03. Morning Dew
04. You Shook Me
05. Ol’ Man River
06. Greensleeves [Live]
07. Rock My Plimsoul
08. Beck’s Bolero
09. Blues de Luxe
10. I Ain’t Superstitious
11. I’ve Been Drinking [Stereo Mix]
12. You Shook Me [Take 1]
13. Rock My Plimsoul [Stereo Mix]
14. Beck’s Bolero [Mono Single Version With Backwards Guitar]
15. Blues de Luxe [Tale 1]
16. Tallman
17. Love Is Blue [L’Amour Est Bleu]
18. Hi Ho Silver Lining [Stereo Mix]

Here be beck;

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July 18, 2008 Posted by | Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, Music_Blues, Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood, _MUSIC | 3 Comments