Former bandmates 'making progess' on recording first LP together since the late-60s. We're making progress," Stewart said. Stewart and Beck have not recorded an LP together in 40 years. The Jeff Beck Group's first two albums, Truth and Beck-Ola, cemented the former Yardbird as a guitar god – and gave Stewart his big breakthrough. But the band broke up in 1969 on the eve of Woodstock, where they were scheduled to play, and Stewart's solo career soon went stratospheric.
Guitarist Jeff Beck recruited Stewart for his new post-Yardbirds venture, and in February 1967, Stewart joined the Jeff Beck Group as vocalist and sometime songwriter. This would become the big break of his early career. There he first played with Ronnie Wood whom he had first met in a London pub in 1964; the two soon became. The group's second album, Beck-Ola, was released in June 1969 in the US and September 1969 in the UK, bracketing the time the group was dissolving; it also made number 15 in the US albums chart and placed to number 39 in the UK albums chart. During his time with the group, Stewart initially.
Truth is the debut album by Jeff Beck, released in 1968 in the United Kingdom on Columbia Records and in the United States on Epic Records. It introduced the talents of his backing band the Jeff Beck Group, specifically Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood, to a larger audience, and peaked at number 15 on the Billboard 200. After leaving the Yardbirds in late 1966, Jeff Beck had released three commercial singles, two in 1967 featuring himself on lead vocals, and one without vocals in 1968
In the late 60s, Yardbirds alumnus Jeff Beck formed The Jeff Beck Group. Here's the remarkable story of the making Of Truth, their debut album. Rod Stewart has said that on more than one occasion Jimmy Page and Robert Plant would be in attendance at a Jeff Beck Group concert, and that this is where they stole the idea for the song. Whether Stewart’s claim is weighted with no small amount of professional jealousy is open to question. Jeff Beck: In 1969, Beck recorded Beck-Ola, the second and final album with Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood. Nicky Hopkins was now a permanent member. He moved on to his R&B period with the JBGII and a pair of albums titled Rough And Ready (1971) and Jeff Beck Group (1972).
In 2011, longtime Jeff Beck fans were excited by rumors that the legendary guitarist was about to record a blues album with his former band mate Rod Stewart. The album would've marked the first time the pair worked together since the mid-'80s ("Infatuation" and "People Get Ready," anyone?) and their first full-length album of new material since their days in the Jeff Beck Group in the late '60s. Apparently, that's not happening. The two rock veterans worked separately on demo tracks for the album. But when it came time to put their heads and their ideas.
From: 'Jeff Beck Group' (1972). Beck recorded his fourth album in Memphis with producer Steve Cropper, the great session guitarist who played on so many of the terrific R&B singles that came out on Stax Records in the '60s. The LP, 'Jeff Beck Group,' is one of Beck's most soulful, and this instrumental cover of a song penned by Ashford & Simpson is a sweet highlight.
|Hi-Ho Silver Lining|
|Love Is Blue|
|Rock My Plimsoul|
|I've Been Drinking|
|Shapes Of Things|
|Let Me Love You|
|You Shook Me|
|All Shook Up|
|Plynth (Water Down The Drain)|
|Ol' Man River|
|I Ain't Superstitious|
|CDP 7 46710 2||Jeff Beck||The Late 60s With Rod Stewart (CD, Comp)||EMI||CDP 7 46710 2||UK||1988|
|CP32-5694||Jeff Beck||The Late 60s With Rod Stewart (CD, Comp)||EMI||CP32-5694||Japan||1988|
|CDP 7 46710 2||Jeff Beck||The Late 60s With Rod Stewart (CD, Comp)||EMI||CDP 7 46710 2||Europe||1988|
|CP32-5694||Jeff Beck||The Late 60s With Rod Stewart (CD, Comp, RP)||EMI||CP32-5694||Japan||1989|