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The Jeff Beck Group - Jeff Beck Group (2015) SACD-R
The Jeff Beck Group - Jeff Beck Group
Artist: The Jeff Beck Group | Album: Jeff Beck Group | Style: Blues, Classic Rock | Year: 2015 [1972 original] | Quality: SACD (DST 4.0, DST 2.0) | Bitrate: 1 Bit/2.8MHz | Tracks: 9 | Size: ~ 3.08 Gb | Recovery: 3% | Covers: in archive | Release: Epic Records/Audio Fidelity (AFZ5 219), 2015

Jeff Beck Group Jeff Beck Group on Numbered Limited Edition 4.0 Multichannel Hybrid SACD from Audio Fidelity
Includes Multichannel Mix in SACD Surround Sound & Original 2-Channel Stereo Mixes in SACD Stereo/CD Stereo
Originally released in 1972, Jeff Beck Group was the fourth and final studio album from the legendary collective. The band fully exploits the wildly unique instrumentation of Jeff Beck, a classical/jazz oriented pianist in Max Middleton, the soul/groove of Clive Chaman on bass, Cozy Powell's steady drumming and the expressive vocals of Bob Tench. This innovative music was way ahead of its time and the album features some of the most inspired lead playing of Beck's career.
Beck's guitar arrangements and performances are quite unlike anything from that era, a master pushing the creative envelope. His command of both right and left-hand techniques is truly awesome. The tracks feature multi-layered electric guitars, electric sitars, Beck's wah-wah touch, inspirational slide playing and two-hand tapping all beautifully performed and mixed. The tones he gets out of his guitar are unlike anything he had ever done before.
The mid-tempo guitar driven blues of "Ice Cream Cakes" is the perfect album opener. "Glad All Over" is one of his all time best songs with sharp leads and great piano lines. The funky and jazzy "Sugar Cane" flat-out rocks, and "Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You" is a soulful Bob Dylan cover. Another cover, Don Nix's classic "Going Down" has nice vocals by Tench and Middleton's gospel-tinged intro is absolutely perfect. "Highways" is a slow blues song driven by Beck's amazing use of power chords and strange and exotic leads.
Two instrumentals are also featured on Jeff Beck Group, the quite lovely Ashford and Simpson tune, "I Can't Give Back The Love I Feel For You" and "Definitely Maybe," one of his best known songs, features a beautiful slide guitar and an emotional melody line accompanied by gorgeous harmonies.
Jeff Beck Group is a true Jeff Beck showcase and one of the finest pieces of blues/rock in the history of the genre. Beck's truly inspired and creative playing is extraordinarily fluid and plain genius in a class at the top echelon of guitarists. The record was produced by Steve Cropper of Booker T & The M.G.'S.
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Bass – Clive Chaman
Drums – Cozy Powell
Guitar – Jeff Beck
Piano – Max Middleton
Vocals – Bob Tench
Photography By [Cover Photos] – Richie Simpson
Producer – Stephen L. Cropper
Design [Cover] – Karenlee Grant
Mastered By [Stereo CD And SACD Mastering] – Kevin Gray
Supervised By [Quadraphonic Sound Supervision], Engineer – Ronnie Capone
Transferred By [4.0 Analog To High Definition DSD Digital Transfer] – Gus Skinas

Tracklist:
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01. Ice Cream Cakes (05:44)
02. Glad All Over (03:01)
03. Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You (05:00)
04. Sugar Cane (04:09)
05. I Can't Give Back The Love I Feel For You (02:46)
06. Going Down (06:52)
07. I Got To Have a Song (03:30)
08. Highways (04:45)
09. Definitely Maybe (05:09)
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  • 3 August 2016 20:49
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Any chance of getting this on ex-load so I can download it please?
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