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Jeff Beck Group - Live In Detroit 1968 download free

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Live In Detroit 1968
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Classic Rock
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Tracklist

1 Shapes Of Things
2 You Shook Me
3 Let Me Love You
4 Blues Jam
5 Jeff’s Boogie
6 Rock My Plimsoul
7 Natural Woman
8 Sweet Little Angel
9 I Ain’t Superstitious
10 I Ain’t Superstitious
11 Stone Crazy
12 Talk to me baby-Dust my broom

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Jeff Beck Group, Grande Ballroom, Detroit, November, 1968

Lineup:
Jeff Beck - guitar
Rod Stewart - vocals
Nicky Hopkins - keyboards
Ron Wood - bass
Mickey Waller - drums
The 1968 U.S. shows by the Truth band set the gold standard for live British power-blues, while Beck's former Yardbirds mate Jimmy Page was still building Led Zeppelin. In late 2006, a remarkable bootleg surfaced: an audience tape of two seven-song sets from July of that year, at a Dallas club, Lu-Anne's. This is how I described it in a review: "Beck solos with precise vengeful fire, whipping through his old Yardbirds showcase 'Beck's Boogie' at manic velocity, then snapping back at Stewart's vocal in B.B. King's 'Sweet Little Angel' in sharp animal growls and dazzling slalom-like runs." All of that goes as well for this nine-tune recording, a shockingly good rendering, from the audience, of Beck, Stewart, bassist Ron Wood, drummer Mickey Waller and pianist Nicky Hopkins in joyous-monster form. A special delight: the extra room that Hopkins, a master journeyman who died in 1994 and should be celebrated more than he is, gets to converse with Beck and Stewart in "Blues Deluxe."