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Jeff Beck|The Jeff Beck Group

The Jeff Beck Group

Jeff Beck Group

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After a life-threatening car accident forced him to take an extended break, guitarist extraordinaire Jeff Beck re-emerged in 1971 with a new band, a new album (Rough and Ready), and an attempt to merge a soulful Memphis sound with hard rock. 1972's Jeff Beck Group shows that Beck was already moving beyond his soul-rock hybrid and sowing the seeds for his exceptional mid-'70s jazz/rock fusion work. Jeff Beck Group also served as a precursor to Beck's next project, the blues-soul-rock trio Beck, Bogart & Appice. Produced by Booker T. & the M.G.'s guitarist Steve Cropper, Jeff Beck Group contains "Going Down," one of Beck's best-known tracks and a perennial concert favorite, as well as the album-opening highlight "Ice Cream Cakes." An important, transitional album in the career of this stylistically adventurous guitarist.
© Rovi Staff /TiVo

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1
Ice Cream Cakes (Album Version)
Jeff Beck Group
00:05:43

Jeff Beck, Composer - Jeff Beck, Guitar - Jeff Beck, Lyricist - Clive Chaman, Bass - Bob Tench, Vocal - Ronnie Capone, Engineer - Steve Cropper, Producer - Jeff Beck Group, Performer - Max MIddleton, Piano - Cozy Powell, Drums

(P) 1972 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

2
Glad All Over (Album Version)
Jeff Beck Group
00:03:01

Ronnie Capone, Engineer - Steve Cropper, Producer - Jeff Beck, Guitar - Clive Chaman, Bass - Jeff Beck Group, Performer - A. Schroeder, Lyricist - A. Schroeder, Composer - Bob Tench, Vocal - S. Tepper, Composer - S. Tepper, Lyricist - Cozy Powell, Drums - R. Bennett, Composer - R. Bennett, Lyricist - Max MIddleton, Piano

(P) 1972 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

3
Tonight I'll Be Staying Here with You (Album Version)
Jeff Beck Group
00:05:00

Ronnie Capone, Engineer - Steve Cropper, Producer - Jeff Beck, Guitar - Clive Chaman, Bass - Jeff Beck Group, Performer - Bob Tench, Vocal - Cozy Powell, Drums - Max MIddleton, Piano - Bob Dylan, Composer - Bob Dylan, Lyricist

(P) 1972 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

4
Sugar Cane (Album Version)
Jeff Beck Group
00:04:09

Jeff Beck, Composer - Jeff Beck, Guitar - Jeff Beck, Lyricist - Clive Chaman, Bass - Bob Tench, Vocal - Ronnie Capone, Engineer - Steve Cropper, Producer - Steve Cropper, Composer - Steve Cropper, Lyricist - Jeff Beck Group, Performer - Max MIddleton, Piano - Cozy Powell, Drums

(P) 1972 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

5
I Can't Give Back the Love I Feel for You (Album Version)
Jeff Beck Group
00:02:46

Ronnie Capone, Engineer - Nicholas Ashford, Composer - Nicholas Ashford, Lyricist - Steve Cropper, Producer - Valerie Simpson, Composer - Valerie Simpson, Lyricist - Brian Holland, Composer - Brian Holland, Lyricist - Jeff Beck, Guitar - Clive Chaman, Bass - Jeff Beck Group, Performer - Bob Tench, Vocal - Cozy Powell, Drums - Max MIddleton, Piano

(P) 1972 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

6
Going Down (Album Version)
Jeff Beck Group
00:06:52

Ronnie Capone, Engineer - Steve Cropper, Producer - Don Nix, Composer - Don Nix, Lyricist - Jeff Beck, Guitar - Clive Chaman, Bass - Jeff Beck Group, Performer - Bob Tench, Vocal - Cozy Powell, Drums - Max MIddleton, Piano

(P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

7
I Gotta Have a Song (Album Version)
Jeff Beck Group
00:03:30

Ronnie Capone, Engineer - Steve Cropper, Producer - Stevie Wonder, Composer - Stevie Wonder, Lyricist - Jeff Beck, Guitar - Paul Riser, Composer - Paul Riser, Lyricist - Clive Chaman, Bass - Don Hunter, Composer - Don Hunter, Lyricist - Jeff Beck Group, Performer - Bob Tench, Vocal - Cozy Powell, Drums - Max MIddleton, Piano - Lulu Mae Hardaway, Composer - Lulu Mae Hardaway, Lyricist

(P) 1972 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

8
Highways (Album Version)
Jeff Beck Group
00:04:45

Jeff Beck, Composer - Jeff Beck, Guitar - Jeff Beck, Lyricist - Clive Chaman, Bass - Bob Tench, Vocal - Ronnie Capone, Engineer - Steve Cropper, Producer - Jeff Beck Group, Performer - Max MIddleton, Piano - Cozy Powell, Drums

(P) 1972 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

9
Definitely Maybe (Album Version)
Jeff Beck Group
00:05:01

Jeff Beck, Composer - Jeff Beck, Guitar - Jeff Beck, Lyricist - Clive Chaman, Bass - Bob Tench, Vocal - Ronnie Capone, Engineer - Steve Cropper, Producer - Jeff Beck Group, Performer - Max MIddleton, Piano - Cozy Powell, Drums

(P) 1972 Epic Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

Album Description

After a life-threatening car accident forced him to take an extended break, guitarist extraordinaire Jeff Beck re-emerged in 1971 with a new band, a new album (Rough and Ready), and an attempt to merge a soulful Memphis sound with hard rock. 1972's Jeff Beck Group shows that Beck was already moving beyond his soul-rock hybrid and sowing the seeds for his exceptional mid-'70s jazz/rock fusion work. Jeff Beck Group also served as a precursor to Beck's next project, the blues-soul-rock trio Beck, Bogart & Appice. Produced by Booker T. & the M.G.'s guitarist Steve Cropper, Jeff Beck Group contains "Going Down," one of Beck's best-known tracks and a perennial concert favorite, as well as the album-opening highlight "Ice Cream Cakes." An important, transitional album in the career of this stylistically adventurous guitarist.
© Rovi Staff /TiVo

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