Having a Rave Up with the Yardbirds, or simply Having a Rave Up, is the second American album by English rock group the Yardbirds. It was released in November 1965, eight months after Jeff Beck replaced Eric Clapton on guitar. It includes songs with both guitarists and reflects the group's blues rock roots and their early experimentations with psychedelic and hard rock. The title refers to the driving "rave up" arrangement the band used in several of their songs.
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Having a Rave Up with The Yardbirds Tracklist. 1. You're A Better Man Than I Lyrics. 2. Evil Hearted You Lyrics. 4. Still I'm Sad Lyrics.
The Yardbirds channeled a deep-rooted sound and raw energy felt in all of its unwashed glory on their 1965 album, "Having a Rave Up with The Yardbirds. The Yardbirds are one of those rare bands that creeps along once in a blue moon and not only produces a slew of classic hits, but also graces the world with not one, not two, but THREE guitar gods who would soon change the landscape of rock and roll forever. And this is what a band like the Yardbirds are most notable for: the three-headed dragon that is Jimmy Page, Eric Clapton, and Jeff Beck
The Yardbirds lyrics - 112 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Shapes Of Things", "Heart Full Of Soul", "For Your Love". album: "Having A Rave Up With The Yardbirds" (1965). You're A Better Man Than I Evil Hearted You Still I'm Sad Heart Full Of Soul I'm A Man Train Kept A-Rollin' Smokestack Lightning Respectable Here 'Tis. album: "Roger The Engineer (aka Yardbirds)" (1966). Lost Woman Over, Under, Sideways, Down The Nazz Are Blue I Can't Make Your Way Rack My Mind Farewell He's Always There Turn Into Earth What Do You Want Ever Since The World Began. album: "Little Games" (1967).
vinyl release, this album, comprised of several singles and B-sides plus excerpts off of Five Live Yardbirds, was one of the best LPs of the entire British Invasion, ranking on a par with the greatest mid-'60s work of the Beatles and the Rolling Stones; it was also just a step away from being. a best-of the Yardbirds as well. No collection has ever outdone the sheer compactness and high quality of Having a Rave Up. Track Listing.
Still, this late 1965 release captures the heart of The Yardbirds from many different angles and laid a firm foundation for the heavy blues rock which would dominate the music world for decades to come. The songs on this album straddled between live and studio tracks as well as the group’s earlier pure blues and later psychedelic rock. Side one features (then) current lead guitarist Jeff Beck while Side Two features older live recordings with former guitarist Eric Clapton, songs which were previously released in England on the 1964 album, Five Live Yardbirds