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You Shook Me - Jeff Beck - Truth (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ You Shook Me - Jeff Beck - Truth (CD, Album)

  1. Arashizshura
    Nov 05,  · Clear tray jewel case with 16 pag booklet. Tracks 11 to 18 are bonus tracks/5(50).
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  2. Dibei
    Nov 13,  · With a singer in tow, Beck then set out to look for a bass player. Ronnie Wood continues the story: “I knew Jeff, but I’d never had a chance to go and sit through a whole bumbkotsoecenvadaterssatevigomul.xyzinfo: Steve Rosen.
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  3. Yoshakar
    Jan 18,  · Despite being the premiere of heavy metal, Jeff Beck’s Truth has never quite carried its reputation the way the early albums by Led Zeppelin did, or even Cream’s two most popular LPs, mostly as a result of the erratic nature of the guitarist’s subsequent work.
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  4. Dozshura
    Jul 13,  · Kooper reviewed the Jeff Beck album for Rolling Stone in September, , before the release of Led Zeppelin 1 and compares it to the work of The Yardbirds, The Cream and Hendrix. (Kooper also speaks to his disappointment in hearing the group live, and seems prescient about whether the band will endure).
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  5. Mezigul
    Jeff Beck has always been underrated, except by Yardbirds fans, and guitar nuts,like me. His first album is still one of his best. By danielc6 (Seattle, WA, USA).
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  6. Maukasa
    I listened to this album for the first time in late in a EMI British CD which also included the "Beck- ola" album. Jeff Beck`s first album is really not very Progressive. I think that at the time the "British Blues Boom" was still very popular, and this album has a mixture of that British Blues style and some Rock Pop influences/5(8).
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  7. Dazil
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Truth - Jeff Beck on AllMusic - - Despite being the premiere of heavy metal, Jeff.
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  8. Malalkis
    Jul 04,  · Jeff Beck's debut solo LP was always going to be a barnstormer - and with a band featuring talent like Rod Stewart on the microphone and Ronnie Wood on second guitar - plus contributions from friends like Jimmy Page, Nicky Hopkins, Aynsley Dunbar and Keith Moon - that's what 's "Truth" gives you – a staggering start/5().
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