April 25, 2010 – 4:01 am

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Los Angeles 2010 [no label, 1CD]

Live at the Grammy Museum, Los Angeles, CA. April 22, 2010. Very good FM broadcast.

On April 22, Jeff Beck did a short but very enjoyable set at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles to promote his new album, Emotion & Commotion.

Apart from selected tracks from the new album, which he had showcased in Japan earlier this year, Beck also included A Day In The Life. The surprise was the impromtu performance of People Get Ready (where’s Rod when you needed him?) - during the interview - which was biting as ever.

Perhaps all good things come to he who waits and survives, Beck posted the folllowing on his website: “Tokyo was good fun as always. The people are so friendly and helpful and the shows went down really well. I found out when in Tokyo that Emotion & Commotion debuted at #1 in Japan on the Weekly International Album Sales Chart as well as being #1 on the US Amazon Chart and #10 in the UK mid week album chart. Not bad for someone who hasn’t put out an album in 7 years!! I am so pleased that people like it…”

Thanks to Lincoln Park Mark for sharing the tracks and the artwork.

Click on the highlighted tracks to download the MP3s (these are high quality MP3s - sample rate of 320 kbps; the interview, however, is at 192 kbps). As far as we can ascertain, these tracks have never been officially released on CD.

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Track 01. Introduction (2.5MB)
Track 02. Corpus Christi Carol (8.1MB)
Track 03. Hammerhead (11.1MB)
Track 04. Somewhere Over The Rainbow (7.6MB)
Track 05. Brush With The Blues [tip of the hat to Joshua Solomon] (14.8MB)
Track 06. A Day In The Life (11.7MB)
Track 07. Nessun Dorma (9.4MB)
Track 08. How High The Moon (5.5MB)
Track 09. Interview - Part A (5.9MB)
Track 10. Interview - Part B (6.3MB)
Track 11. Interview - Part C (10.3MB)
Track 12. Interview - Part D (6.1MB)
Track 13. Interview - Part E (6.2MB)
Track 14. Interview - Part F (9.5MB)
Track 15. People Get Ready (11.5MB)
Track 16. Outro (1.8MB)

Jeff Beck - guitar
Narada Michael Walden - drums
Rhonda Smith - bass
Jason Rebello - keyboards

Click on the link to order Jeff Beck’s Emotion & Commotion.

  1. 20 Responses to “JEFF BECK - LOS ANGELES 2010”

  2. hey bigo, thanks! first comment. i got all the jeff beck boots you offered except one cause it was missing tracks. a good one is the final bbc on the air from the philp cohen collection. i like it and the other japan show with stanley clarke on bass. that was offered dec 08 and restarted recently. i got it the first time.


    By Ed Saad on Apr 25, 2010

  3. Big THANX for this,the way he has refined his playing style over the years from the flash to emotional georgeousness makes him my favorite guitar player of all time. Sometimes it gets too near the A O R border for me but he always gets the “how the **** did he do that” reaction. THANX again

    By BLUEFOOD on Apr 25, 2010

  4. Been a Beck fan since early `60`s..I have Beck tracks that I have collected all these years and many of them I`ve never seen anywhere..

    By sluggo on Apr 25, 2010

  5. JB. The greatest living guitarist.

    By bigtexashonk on Apr 25, 2010

  6. Beck is a great guitarist but one needs to look at some of his influences like Chet Atkins, Merle Travis, Paco De Lucia to find equal talent. This is not the Olympics where someone needs to be “The Best” and win a medal this is music and there is room for all. The more and varied the better.

    By ReV RuSSeLL on Apr 25, 2010

  7. you`re right rev, it ain`t a contest but I challenge you to tell us of a greater , more creative living guitar player.

    By sluggo on Apr 25, 2010

  8. Thanks Bigo team for sharing this great recording on JB. This one sounds terrific. So thank you.
    Keep up the great job here, Bigo!

    best, Kike.

    By Kike on Apr 26, 2010

  9. Wow again! This was put out as a webcast live on KLOS FM but as it was way past my bed time, I snoozed of and woke up after it was over, kicking myself. Thanks for the 2nd chance. Wide awake this time! BigO RULES!

    By Walter on Apr 26, 2010

  10. Sluggo,

    There are tons of them. Will Ray ,John Jorgenson, Jerry Donahue, Albert Lee, Stanley Jordon, Al Dimeola, Vince Gill, All the Jazz guys (Mike Stern, etc), Metal Guys (Steve Vai, etc) All the Flamingo guys (Paca De Lucia, etc) As many of these may not be of our personal tastes they are all excellent & equal guitarists of Jeff Becks. Check out the “Return Of The Hellecasters” record for amazing guitar.

    By ReV RuSSeLL on Apr 26, 2010

  11. I`m familiar with almost every guy you mentioned and as far as I`m concerned the only other guitar player who could do what Jeff does, and that is play remarkably well in any genre is Danny Gatton and he is no longer with us. The guys you mentioned are all great in their field..what is amazing about Jeff he his capability to play and sound comfortable in any style from Cliff Gallup rockabilly runs to soothing classical melody and all stops in between.

    By sluggo on Apr 27, 2010

  12. I have sat and talked with John Jorgenson at length about Jeff Beck. In no way, shape or form does he consider himself equal to Jeff Beck. My wife has been backed by Jorgenson, Donahue, and Gill at various times, so I’ve seen them all up close and personal. They’re great players, but none of them have the amazing track record that Beck has. He continues to surprise to this day.

    By Just Bill on Apr 27, 2010

  13. A bit of a silly argument boys, Nigel Tufnell rules.

    By BLUEFOOD on Apr 27, 2010

  14. Jeff Beck’s only contemporary peer is ROY BUCHANAN

    By DBCooper on Apr 27, 2010

  15. Jim Ladd, one of THE great all time rock DJ’s, does an interview like no other.

    By Nick on Apr 28, 2010

  16. These go to eleven.

    By Walter on May 1, 2010

  17. Jeff seems to take good care of himself. Same physical frame for 35 years. Thanks Big-O for the tunes.

    By bill on May 7, 2010

  18. thanks so much for taking the time to do this man … salutes you

    By Mark Thompson on May 7, 2010

  19. I am new to this and am trying to download this music and would like to create a CD, can someone direct me to how I can do this

    By CLAUDIO MANZI on May 18, 2010

  20. Claudio,

    from a PC:

    Highlight the song title
    Press Ctrl and C
    Right Click on the “blue” track name
    Select “Save Target As”
    Browse to the My Music Folder
    Press Ctrl and V (to name the file)
    Click the “Save” button
    You’ve saved the tracks to mp3 files.

    Put a blank CD-ROM or CD-RW in your drive.
    Launch Windows Media Player
    Click the “Burn” tab.
    Find the new music in your library on the left
    Drag them to the Burn window on the right

    That’s it.

    By Paul on May 18, 2010

  21. anyone know if the 2nd Beck Bogart & appice cd is available for download

    By claudio on Jun 9, 2010

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