July 16, 2014 – 3:35 am

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Tokyo Budokan Tapes [Reel Master Rema-001/002, 2CD]

Live at the Budokan Hall, Tokyo Japan; May 14, 1973. Fairly good audience recording. A bit distant.

When Beck, Bogert & Appice played Japan in 1973, they released the Live In Japan album, which featured the May 18 and 19, 1973 shows at the Koseinenkin Hall in Osaka. The album was initially considered rare due to the fact of being only released in limited numbers in Japan. A 40th anniversary edition of the album was released in 2013. Live In Japan was the last released album by Beck, Bogert & Appice and their only live album. Within months of the album’s release the band would dissolve after Jeff Beck suddenly decided to leave the band.

Thanks to japrainbow for sharing the tracks at Dime.

Source: Aud 3 Recording
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Disc 1
Track 101. Superstition 5:45 (9.7MB)
Track 102. Livin’ Alone 5:53 (9.9MB)
Track 103. I’m So Proud 4:49 (8.1MB)
Track 104. Lady 6:32 (11.0MB)
Track 105. Tonight I’ll Be Staying Here With You 2:53 (4.9MB)
Track 106. People Get Ready 2:34 (4.3MB)
Track 107. Morning Dew (including Carmine Solo) 12:26 (20.9MB)
Track 108. Sweet Sweet Surrender 4:35 (7.7MB)
Track 109. Lose Myself With You (including Tim Solo) 13:08 (22.1MB)
59 mins

Disc 2
Track 201. Black Cat Moan (including Blues De Luxe/You Shock Me) 10:06 (17.0MB)
Track 202. Jeff’s Boogie 4:05 (6.8MB)
Track 203. Why Should I Care 9:20 (15.7MB)
Track 204. Plynth/Shotgun (Medley) 3:03 (5.1MB)
Track 205. Going Down 4:54 (8.2MB)
Track 206. Oleo 2:41 (4.5MB)
Track 207. Tokyo Boogie (including Train Kept A Rollin’) 6:14 (10.5MB)
41 mins

Jeff Beck - guitar, vocals
Tim Bogert - bass, vocals
Carmine Appice - drums, vocals

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  1. 44 Responses to “BECK, BOGERT & APPICE - TOKYO 1973”

  2. Probably my least favourite band with
    Jeff Beck simply because I don`t like the singing , or the drumming or the bass playing, other than that the guitar player is friggin` awesome! it says fairly good audience but I sampled track one and Jeff`s guitar is right out there! I have a copy of the official live lp complete with the “obi” strip in my collection.
    thanks bigo

    By sluggo on Jul 16, 2014

  3. the PEARL in the R&R ocean …. !!! thanks BigO

    By caton on Jul 16, 2014

  4. This IS my favourite Jeff Beck band. Awesome rhythm section and a great addition to the official release. Thanks!

    By Tony Lauber on Jul 16, 2014

  5. Thanks BigO. I agree with sluggo…the vocals are really bad but the guitar playing is great (of course). If only they had gotten a good front man like they had planned….oh well. I have the original live LP and this is a nice addition to it.

    By Joe B on Jul 16, 2014

  6. Thanks, BigO! Looking forward to this! (…..and I agree with Sluggo about BBA being the least favorite of Jeff’s bands, but any Jeff beats NO Jeff! - please keep ‘em coming!)

    By Walter on Jul 16, 2014

  7. Thank you Big O Amigos. This will be good and make fine post-county fair background music for smoking some drumsticks and Italian sausage this Saturday afternoon. Joe B, who was the planned front man?
    Thanks, James.

    By James on Jul 17, 2014

  8. I was listening to this show and started to drift off when I realized Jeff was playing the melody line to Donovan`s ” There is a Mountain” on one of the songs.. Love it when he throws these little mystery melodies in, Hendrix used to do this quite often as well.

    By sluggo on Jul 17, 2014

  9. Haven’t had the chance to listen (yet) but thank you Big O once again.

    IIRC, Beck had wanted Rod Stewart but Beck was in a terrible crash in one of his hot rods and was out of action. During that time Rod and Ronnie Wood had joined Ronnie Lane, Ian McLaughlin, and Kenny Jones and created Faces. If Beck had been successful keeping Rod, a mighty force to go up against Led Zeppelin. But, as what happened to this band, the material just wasn’t there. (Or was it? Faces were very successful and their set lists top notch!)

    By Ron M on Jul 17, 2014

  10. there was an incarnation of beck, bogart, and appice , max middleton ,with singer Kim Milford that lasted only a very few gigs. If you have heard the shows you`ll know why they didn`t keep Milford. this was in 1972.
    At one time Steve Marriott`s name was tossed around as well,that could have been VERY interesting.

    By sluggo on Jul 17, 2014

  11. BUT, there was a version with Bogart, Appice, plus Middleton and Tench that was actually quite good and way above unrestrained pounding of BBA. With Tench, Bogert and Appice were needed only for harmonies, which they’re quite good at. Also, with Middleton laying down a much richer musical foundation, Beck wasn’t required to carry all the melodic stuff and could also insert some space into his playing. After BBA, Beck went back to Middleton on keyboards for both studio and tour on his masterpiece “Blow By Blow”.

    By Just Bill on Jul 17, 2014

  12. true that just was kim milford that wasn`t needed.

    By sluggo on Jul 17, 2014

  13. Ian McLaughlin? John’s bro? [Sorry, couldn’t help myself]. BBA could have been great; its too bad they couldn’t expand on the idea, and of course the rhythm section was on a bit of a bender - a 20 year bender.

    By rich on Jul 18, 2014

  14. there was from what i understand supposed to be a vanilla fudge line up with beck at some point but an accident sidelined beck and prevented this from happening. i think it was his first of several.
    i remember one such accident happening where he drove a brand new lamborghini fresh out of a showroom and crashed it with less than 20 or 30 miles on it. i dont recall the price of it but i think it was something near a quarter mill. i asked him about this just after he had left that tour with rod in 84. rod continued the tour without him and had just gotten to jones beach on long island and beck happened to be in nyc around the same time. i saw him walking down central park south and stopped him for some pics and autographs and talked to him for a few mins. his reason for leaving that tour as he said to me.. was ‘ego clashing’. those were his exact words. im guessing that accident then would have been somewhere in the previous year or two before that tour. but the vanilla fudge thing woulda been around 15 yrs earlier im guessing. give or take.

    By darth on Jul 18, 2014

  15. Beck’s car crash was 11/2/69, so Tim and Carmen joined Rusty Day and Jim McCarty [Detroit Wheels gtr] and made Cactus. Cactus LP1 arrived 7/70. All we have of Beck/Fudge is the Coke commercials. That orig lineup of Cactus still rules. I saw McCarty with Coryell and Terry Reid at one of the David Kramer Hendrix events a few years back and it was amazing. “Tape” sought!

    By rich on Jul 18, 2014

  16. I saw the BBA-Kim Milford-Max lineup at Gaelic Park Bronx 8/2/72. The kids were throwing crap at Milford. He was totally out of his league. The show is available but not recommended.

    By rich on Jul 18, 2014

  17. I should`ve given odds that frohman would show up with a darth meets jeff beck tale. could of made some coin.

    By remington doodad on Jul 18, 2014

  18. well i have dozens of beck stories but i didnt figure i needed to tell them all. some of the most interesting ones are from the week of the arms shows in nyc 12-7thru9-83. they did the 8th and 9th at the garden and stayed at the berkshire on 52nd and 5th ave. they were all there including ray cooper and billy squire and bill wyman and joe cocker and pete townshend and kenney jones and ron wood. clapton without any facial hair. jimmy page looking as if he weighed 85 lbs wet. i probably took 6 rolls of film in those 3 days of them at the hotel and radio stations and tv stations and so on. it was the first time i had met a bunch of them. phil collins was there too and he had a lot of facial hair and a blues brothers button on this huge winter overcoat he was wearing.
    that hotel is the same hotel they used for sat nite live and letterman guests when letterman was on nbc. it was the closest hotel to rockefeller center. 2 blocks south and east was the hemsley palace where i took pics of a huge amount of people including liz taylor and michael jackson and the stray cats and fleetwood mac and heart in the early 80s. another block east and south was the waldorf which is the only hotel that takes up a full block and thats where all the rock n roll hall of fames have been cept the 93 one. i went to them all cept the first one. i had a way in but i was too upset that i had no camera so i didnt go. and my luck i never got to shoot jerry lee lewis. he was there and had never been to any subsequent rnr hall of fame induction ceremonies. winwood was also there and luckily i got to meet him later on so that wasnt my only lost opportunity. i went to all the inductions after that cept the one in la ca in 93 til 95. knowing where ppl stayed and where they went to eat and where all the radio and tv studio were and other important things like that is a big help. recording studios too. knowing when things happen helps too. keeping track of events like parties and watching the gossip columns in the papers. going to the bway shows and who is on the late nite shows and different interview shows each day and who is in town to do concerts and paying attn to when theyre gonna do soundchecks and rehearsals helps too. if theyre gonna film a video or record an album like when the stones spent months at right track studios or the hit factory or when stevie ray was working at one studio or another. if u get word that someones coming into an airport u can get there in time for their flight to come in. or if u hear that someone who isnt that big a deal is playing a show but that someone big like clapton might show up and jam with them.. u pay attn.
    thats what i did for 16 yrs or so. then there were conventions and the concerts themselves and hanging out backstage and actually being invited in. thats not to mention just walking down the streets in ny and seeing stars who u dont even expect to see. that happens a lot. theres a reason i have 156000 or so pics. it isnt by accident.

    as for becks crash.. yes.. thats the first one i was talking about. thats not the one i meant with the lamborghini of course.
    i think it was tim bogert btw who i got a nice pic of with cropper outside roseland. he was the first one who said to me that steve was the one i should be taking pics of. tim was the one i had never met before so he is the one i wanted to capture. there were a few times that i did get a little starstruck. not a lot of times but tim bogert was one of those times. i dont know why.
    other times was a few times but not every time i met beck. jagger did it to me a couple of times. but he sends people up if they react goofy in his presence so u learn quickly to try to stay calm. he has a bodyguard named carl. as long as u dont look dangerous carl will let u approach mick. keith and ron are much more approachable. i dont think anyone could be more approachable than carmine appice. in fact.. when the sabbath with ian gillan was doing tower records as an instore appearance in 83 for the born again tour i guess around may of that year i think.. as it was getting near the end of the session carmine happened to be walking by the store and i was leaving and he asked me what was going on. i said sabbath was inside doing autographs and i took a couple of pics of him real quick. he looked inside but i dont remember if he bothered going in or not since there were still a few 100 kids in there. about 5-10 recognized him outside the store and said hey to him.

    By darth on Jul 18, 2014

  19. and so the bullshit continues all this from a guy who spends his entire days in front of a computer or television copying other artists work for him to sell.
    right glen frohman?

    By remington doodad on Jul 18, 2014

  20. bullshit at its best…he has to because he is a con man…

    right glenny…?

    By Jerry's Finger on Jul 18, 2014

  21. Good grief! Nearly a thousand words of self indulgent shite! Self aggrandising bollocks
    Hmm what’s that smell?
    It’s not dog . . . . .
    It’s not horse . . . . .
    That’s right it’s BULL!

    By swappers on Jul 18, 2014

  22. i dont know where u get the impression i sell anything. i have not sold a single cd in my life. i have not sold any audio recordings since 95. and i have not sold any videotapes since early 02. i have never sold a dvd. nothing i have ever downloaded off the internet has ever been sold without exception. u might not want to ASSume. i am a collector. when i did sell anything most of the money went back into the hobby in order to buy more blanks and machines etc. dont believe everything u hear / read.

    By darth on Jul 21, 2014

  23. “dont believe everything u hear / read”

    Not coming from you, we don’t. You are sand in the foreskin of life.

    By darth's lawyer on Jul 21, 2014

  24. nothing like the common trait of the liar con man manipulator who denies everything…& yes he has sold so he is the scum bootlegger that has made money off of musicians artists & fans…

    so you are total scum glen/darthy…!!!

    By Jerry's Finger on Jul 22, 2014

  25. trading and even giving away for free is lumped together as unauthorized distribution. no one cares if u are receiving money for the items. it doesnt matter even if the items arent afixed to an actual medium. this argument was used and should have won in various cases including one law suit involving a frank sinatra case in fla. just like there should be differentiations made between bootlegging and counterfeiting/pirating and there isnt. just like theres no separation made between out of print recordings being copied and in print recordings. theres no difference between blanks and postage being offered and accepted and someone paying $20 for a copy of an item that isnt even officially available or something that is. something is totally legal in luxembourg but not right next door in italy. or here in america. its ok to copy something from 1963 but not 1964.
    u can call me all the names in the book u wish. just because u say im a liar or con man or manipulator doesnt make it so. yes i am denying what u claim. that doesnt mean my denials are false. if u are accused of things that arent true.. wouldnt u deny it? if u deny those accusations does that mean youre guilty of them? your logic doesnt make any sense. of course someone who isnt guilty is going to deny the accusations. its not just people who are guilty that deny things theyre accused of. sometimes innocent ppl do it too. if u have ever copied anything u have in your collection for anyone u are just as guilty of breaking the law. there is no rule that says what u do is acceptable. u may think its ok and a lot of other people who u trade with and share with also may think its ok.. but if u are going according to the law one minute u cant change that mind set the next minute and say well now i wont go along with it. either u abide by it or u dont. the law says u arent allowed to duplicate and distribute unauthorized recordings. period. not even one single copy. not for anyone ever. so if u have ever done this.. u have broken the law. u are no better than i am. the law doesnt distinguish between someone that sold and someone who traded. u may think they do. sorry for u.. they dont. they dont tend to prosecute people who trade but they can. people have been prosecuted for having 24 songs on their computers. they didnt sell copies. no money exchanged hands. do u keep up with the news?
    stop pointing fingers at me and realize that your info is not accurate. and what ppl say on newsgroups isnt factual. u can link to it 1000x but that wont make what it says more true. and it wont make u any less guilty of any infractions that u seem to think i am guilty of.

    By darth on Jul 22, 2014

  26. i dont read your long blowfest posts glen…you are a narcisstic liar con man manipulator stalker…

    as far as i am concerned you are nothing but scum…!!!

    once a scumbag…always a scumbag…!!!

    ripping off artists & fans for YOUR profits….!!!!

    By Jerry's Finger on Jul 22, 2014

  27. if u dont read my responses it proves u are afraid that youre wrong. there is no other possible excuse.

    By darth on Jul 22, 2014

  28. Pete Townshend and Billy Squire did not participate in the ARMS events, despite Darth’s overheated imagination.

    By Just Bill on Jul 23, 2014

  29. If darth says it’s sunny out, be sure to wear a rain jacket.

    By Willis on Jul 23, 2014

  30. i didnt claim they participated in the events. i said they were at the hotel with all the other musicians. i have the photos to prove it. they were hanging out there. so was stephen bishop. there were loads of musicians on hand. nothing i said was imagined. phil collins wasnt involved either but he was there. u neglected to mention him even tho i did.

    By darth on Jul 23, 2014

  31. darth, there’s no point in saying you have “photos to prove it” if you’re not going to show us the goods. (And it’s equally ridiculous to then follow up, as I have no doubt you’re going to, with some crap about how you don’t care if anybody believes you, when you obviously do).
    Give it up, Glen.

    By Willis on Jul 23, 2014

  32. its not that i wont. til i am able to i cant. i am hoping to eventually have the ability to put things in motion so that eventually i can post images. i dont know where i will do this. but when i find a larger place to live soon there after i will move my things from a storage space where theyve been for 12 yrs then i will start to scan my pics into the computer. then ill put them onto a dvd or two. then ill copy the dvds so ill have a couple of back ups.
    then ill probably post a few 100s pics on ebay so i can start to bring in a few bucks in the mean time.
    while im doing that.. i hope to start a site with some assistance so i can then initiate a business. i have a few obstacles to get over when i get to that point.
    proving things to u or anyone else on this site isnt a priority of mine. but once i have a few pics and a location i can post a couple of images in thumbnail size so i know that they wont be copied and duplicated without my permission i guess i wont mind doing that just to appease a few of u morons. i surely wont spend hours uploading dozens of these photos to prove things to u but i guess i can do a few after i get things settled.
    i did say that i had one pic of myself with gene simmons that i could share if someone was interested in this. its from late 84. its one of 401 pics of me with various rock stars / tv stars and film stars that i have. mostly rock stars as that is my main focus of interest. i just dont have anywhere to put it.
    since u cant prove that what i have ever said isnt true.. why dont u give your side up? why do i have to give up just because u dont believe me? why do i have to prove my side just because u say so? shouldnt u have to prove that im lying? youre the one making the accusation. why not simply say… interesting story wish i was there sounds like he had an interesting hobby and saw some amazing things in his day. instead when u pull this stupid crap it sure sounds like youre full of hate and jealousy. arent u a little ashamed of yourself? surely u should be at your age.

    but as i said.. when i am able to.. and the pieces fall into place i will offer a few pics that i have taken. if u want to see the pic of me with gene.. i can share this. where would u like me to send it?

    By darth on Jul 23, 2014

  33. btw.. now that i think of it.. mick fleetwood was also there at the hotel when the arms musicians were gathering there. i have a pic of him and kenney jones and ray cooper in the lobby. i think i have something with bill wyman and someone else too. i forget who now but it could be kenney. u know rod was going to be part of that event but a number of others were threatening to leave if he was part of it.
    its a long time ago now.. 31 years ago. it was the first time i had seen eric without facial hair.
    and also.. if i didnt take the pics i did. i surely wouldnt know where everyone stayed everytime they were in nyc from 1980-95 and all the details for those 16 years. i wouldnt have the specific details of so many 100s and 100s of events and who i met and when and who showed up where etc. i wouldnt know who went to what shows on bway and and which studios they were recording at and which restaurants they ate at and when they came into the backstage doors and when they did this or that and when they left and if they did tv appearance and so on. i wouldnt know so many little details about what happened for the 16 years that i spent doing what i did running around nyc and when i traveled to la or sf etc to take more pics. i spent literally 100s and 1000s of hours thru the 80s and early 90s doing what i did. if some piece of shit asshole like u says u dont believe it because u have nothing better to do with yourself but try to make me jump thru hoops.. dont u think that its your problem rather than mine?

    i cant imagine that with all the years of going to concerts where ever u are that u never put in the energy to meet anyone. never went to an instore signing or tv or radio station hoping to catch a glimpse or get an autograph of someone. even if its just a sports figure. for me i didnt care about sports. i did it with rock stars movie stars and tv stars. i did it from age 19 to 35. and a touch more on a couple of occasions in 96 and 2002.

    By darth on Jul 23, 2014

  34. . . . and then follows up with over fifteen hundred words of complete gibberish
    “In Internet slang, a troll is a person who sows discord on the Internet by starting arguments or upsetting people, by posting inflammatory, extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community (such as a newsgroup, forum, chat room, or blog) with the deliberate intent of provoking readers into an emotional response[3] or of otherwise disrupting normal on-topic discussion.”
    That’ll about do it . . . .

    By swappers on Jul 24, 2014

  35. You fucking idiots always going on about Darth, really bringing this site down and never adding anything to the conversation. PLEASE STOP! Nobody wants to hear hundreds of times about your personal gripes. Leave the man alone. At least he has interesting stories to offer!

    By MORONS on Jul 27, 2014

  36. Well, you sure have offered an example of the kind of valuable, insightful, relevant comment this site doesn’t have enough of, MORONS.

    By Willis on Jul 27, 2014

  37. actually thats true. we need more people sending that home to ‘morons’ such as yourself who dont seem to get it. u dont seem to realize that hes talking to / about u. thats incredible but then why should i expect more?

    and that idiot swappers calling me the troll.. holy crap man. are u awake?? do u realize what youre doing / saying? dont u see that idiots like yourself are the trolls that im responding to? without u and your ilk trolling and doing exactly word for word what your definition says it means.. i would have nothing to respond to accordingly?!?!?

    how can u give a defintion of what a troll is without realizing that u fit the bill hook line and sinker? what the fuck man? are u that much of a fucking dim wit? u keep trolling and tossing out the crap hoping ill bite waiting for me to say something back and when and if i do.. then u have the unmitigated audacity to call me the troll?? are u out of your vulcan mind?? wake the hell up u piece of shit. realize that youre the problem and leave me the fuck alone. if u dont like what i have to say here.. ignore it. i have a right to be here and i am not going anywhere and i am going to post what i wish when i wish about what i wish anytime i wish especially if it annoys u. the more it bothers u the more ill do it. so fuck off u idiot.

    By darth on Jul 27, 2014

  38. darth, let me put this gently:

    By Friendly Advice and Helpful Hints on Jul 27, 2014

  39. darth insists he’s not a troll and then says that he’s posting specifically to harass and annoy people.
    I quote:
    “i am going to post what i wish when i wish about what i wish anytime i wish especially if it annoys u. the more it bothers u the more ill do it.”
    That’s practically the definition of “internet troll” (though “pre-adolescent internet troll” would be more precise).
    Grow up, darth.

    By darth's friend on Jul 27, 2014

  40. Hilarious! So SO easy!

    By swappers on Jul 27, 2014

  41. AH yes Darthy’s claim he never sold CDs and hasn’t sold any VHS since 2002.

    I seem to remember, Glen, of various Ebay aliases you had and the videos you sold there, of the various Yahoo Auction aliases you had and how you did a con trick of bidding on your own auctions from accounts supposedly states away from you as a seller, then after the auction ended, you wrote false positive comments ten minutes at most AFTER the auction ended on physical items. Unless you had a transporter, no one transfers physical items that fast.

    I also remember in one AOL chat room you bragged about selling over 50 copies of ” Song of the South”, which at that time was not legally available in America, so yes you pirated that movie. In fact, for years while you were hiding out behind one woman, you listed your ” occupation” as ” manufacturing/distribution”– IOW copying and selling pirated and bootleg videos on VHS.

    You claim not to do it anymore because the feds caught you using a post office box to sell videos you did not have the copyright to reproduce and distribute. You did after you left federal prison begged online for CD-rs. While I do believe you now are just a collector, the fact is that you are something else as well.

    By Moe on Jul 29, 2014

  42. If you want some fun reading about Darth, here is his Facebook page–

    By Moe on Jul 29, 2014

  43. new Jeff Beck/Joss Stone recording

    By sluggo on Oct 21, 2014

  44. New Jeff Beck live lp on its way.
    JEFF BECK LIVE+ New Live Album Spanning The Legendary Guitarist’s Vast and Varied Career, Along With Two New Studio Tracks, Available May 5
    The album captures a snapshot of Jeff’s work in 2014, with two newly recorded studio tracks also included, his first new music since 2010’s Grammy®-winning Emotion & Commotion.
    Packed with more than an hour of music, JEFF BECK LIVE+ will be available from Atco Records, an imprint of Rhino Entertainment, on May 5 for a list price of $18.98 (CD) and will also be available digitally. The album will arrive as Beck is in the midst of an East Coast solo tour, which includes newly added dates in May. This trek also features make-up dates from the same ZZ TOP tour this album was recorded during, before it was cut short due to an injury to ZZ TOP bassist Dusty Hill.
    The 14 live performances on JEFF BECK LIVE+ were recorded at multiple venues in 2014 and feature Beck backed by his band: vocalist Jimmy Hall, bassist Rhonda Smith, drummer Jonathan Joseph and guitarist Nicolas Meier. The quintet explored Beck’s vast catalog—which stretches across five decades—with performances of “Morning Dew” (from Truth, 1968), “Superstition” (from Beck, Bogert, Appice, 1973), “Big Block” (from Jeff Beck’s Guitar Shop, 1989), as well as two Grammy-winning tracks: his cover of the Beatles’ “A Day In The Life” and “Hammerhead.”
    LIVE + concludes with two new studio tracks: “Tribal” and “My Tiled White Floor,” with guest vocals from Ruth Lorenzo and Veronica Bellino, respectively. These aggressive new songs mark Beck’s first studio recordings since 2010 and show a stark departure from the sound on his previous album as the guitarist continues to push the envelope of musical innovation, just as he has his entire career. These tracks are sure to whet the appetite of Beck fans as the guitarist prepares his 17th studio album, which is expected later this year.
    Throughout his career, Beck has also proven to be a brilliant interpreter of other’s songs. This live album doesn’t disappoint with covers of “Danny Boy,” Jimi Hendrix’s “Little Wing,” Mahavishnu Orchestra’s “You Know You Know,” and Sam Cooke’s “A Change Is Gonna Come.”
    Beck’s career took off in the mid-1960s, after replacing Eric Clapton as lead guitarist for The Yardbirds on the recommendation of his friend Jimmy Page. He played on several of the rock group’s hits, such as “Heart Full of Soul,” “Shapes of Things” and “Over Under Sideways Down.” Beck has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice: once with The Yardbirds in 1992 and again as a solo artist in 2009. He has won numerous Grammy Awards, including two in 2011.
    Track Listing
    1. “Loaded”
    2. “Morning Dew”
    3. “You Know You Know”
    4. “Why Give It Away”
    5. “A Change Is Gonna Come”
    6. “A Day In The Life”
    7. “Superstition”
    8. “Hammerhead”
    9. “Little Wing”
    10. “Big Block”
    11. “Where Were You”
    12. “Danny Boy”
    13. “Rollin’ And Tumblin’”
    14. “Going Down”
    15. “Tribal”*
    16. “My Tiled White Floor”**New Studio Recording

    By sluggo on Apr 9, 2015

  45. thanks sluggo…

    wonder if any of these tracks will have that chop chop chop feel to them that glen so dearly loves…?

    By Jerry's Finger on Apr 9, 2015

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