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Jeff Beck – New Release

Rhino Records have been in touch asking if I would be willing to do my small bit in promoting the release of the new Jeff Beck live album as shown above, of course I am delighted to do so as Jeff Beck remains one of the living great guitarists with a legacy that is so impressive, yet he continues to push out the barriers at every opportunity.

His recent studio release “Emotion & Commotion” being a prime example (see previous post HERE)

In support of this great album Jeff hit the road earlier this year, kicking off by winning his fifth Grammy Award. 

Just weeks later, the multi-platinum-selling artist scored the highest Billboard debut of his 45-year career with the release of the above album and thereafter riding high on that red-hot streak, Beck performed an exclusive show at the Grammy Museum on April 22, thrilling an intimate crowd of 200 with his mind-bending guitar heroics. 

This breathtaking performance is released on 1st November 2011 as an eight track audio plus video and is available exclusively on iTunes by clicking HERE or in Hi-Def Lossless Audio direct from Rhino Records by clicking HERE

Listening Party Track List:

 

1.      “Corpus Christi Carol”
2.      “Hammerhead”
3.      “Over The Rainbow”
4.      “Brush With The Blues”
5.      “A Day In The Life”
6.      “Nessun Dorma”
7.      “How High The Moon”
8.      “People Get Ready”

You can join the listening party by clicking HERE

To buy the music of Jeff Beck click HERE

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October 26, 2010 - Posted by | New News, New Releases, Video | ,

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