BECK, JEFF - Vinyl
1967 RADIO SESSIONS

LABEL:
1960s Records R&B 28
SOURCE:
Side One, Tracks 1,2: Saturday Club 4 July 67, bc 8 July 67; Tracks 3-7: Saturday Club 7 March 67, bc 8 March 67; Side Two, Tracks 1-5: Top Gear 1 Nov.67, bc 5 Nov.67, Track 6: BBC Sept.65, Track 7: The Yoing Scene 14 July 67, Track 8: Top of the Pops 11 Aug.67.
FORMAT:
1 LP
RUNNING TIME:
21.26/17.20
SOUND/SOURCE:
Soundboard mono except for Side One, Tracks 1-3: electronically processed stereo and Side Two, Track 6: soundboard stereo.
PACKAGING:
Foldout sleeve with colour inner sleeve and printed labels.
 


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SOUND 8 / PACKAGING 9 / PERFORMANCE 8.5

 

TRACK LIST:

Side One; 1. Rock My Plimsoul, 2. Tallyman, 3. Hi Ho Silver Lining, 4. I m Losing You, 5. Let Me Love You, 6. Stone Crazy, 7. I Ain t Superstitious.

Side Two: 1. I Ain t Superstitious, 2. Beck s Bolero, 3. You ll Never Get To Heaven, 4. Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever, 5. You Shook Me, 6. It s Alright, 7. J. Beck Interview One, 8. J. Beck Interview Two.

 
REVIEW:

This release presents the Jeff Beck Group 1967 radio sessions for the very first time in vinyl format. Side One has the first two tracks featuring Aynsley Dunbar on drums while the rest has Roger Cook; Side Two features Ron Wood on all tracks except Track number six where the bass is played by Ricky Fenson, in fact this is kind of out of place since it comes from a BBC sessions that Steampacket did in 1965 and there is no Jeff Beck. Sound output is excellent, especially the first 3 tracks on Side One stand out, the front sleeve is similar to Truth one and fits perfectly the music contained therein.


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