There & Back is the third studio solo album by guitarist Jeff Beck, released in June 1980 through Epic Records. The album reached No. 10 and 21 on the . Billboard Jazz Albums and Billboard 200 charts respectively, and No. 36 on the Swedish albums chart. The album showcases Beck's stylistic shift towards instrumental rock whilst largely retaining the jazz fusion elements of his two previous releases, Blow by Blow (1975) and Wired (1976).
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
For each tune Joe Beck delivers innovative interpretations with clear articulate linear and chordal solos. No electronic modification of the guitar sound (which guitarists, including Beck himself, often used in the 1980's). Here the sound is clean in the tradition of Tal Farlow. Support from Jay Leonhart and the incomparable Grady Tate is superlative. Recorded sound is excellent. Recommended for fans of the guitar-bass-drums trio sound or for people who just like straight ahead jazz in it's purest form . Beautiful, quiet jazz at various tempos. Wonderful chord changes and melodic improvisations. Nice accompaniment by bassist Jay Leonhart and drummer Grady Tate. Mellowtown" (Count Basie's "In a Mellow Tone") really swings. Very relaxing but it will keep you alert and listening.
Gary Burton, Jay Leonhart, Joe Beck & Terry Clarke 2003. Venus Jazz Bossa Cafe〜Relaxin' Jazzy Bossa Feeling 2007. Beck was active throughout most of the new millenniums first decade with recordings on a variety of labels, including a number of CDs on Whaling City Sound, such as 2002's Just Friends, 2007's Tri07, 2008's Coincidence (a duo recording with John Abercrombie), and 2009's Golden Earrings
There was just one problem, though: all Audi A8s have a bodywork made of aluminum. That wasn’t a big setback for Steve, however. As the car was all aluminum, I got a local company to weld the doors and boot shut for me, and the rest of the panels we made from aluminum sheet and glued together just as they did in the factory, the owner recounts. Perhaps the craziest thing about the whole thing is that the conversion took only six days to make - the car was urgently needed for work, remember? Considering the circumstances, we find the end result absolutely spectacular. Plus saved himself a lot of time and trouble. Unless it’s a personal project car that he did himself, with a hammer. Interesting story and IT looks pretty good except for the odd panel behind the b-pillar. I think it’s cool other than that odd panel that doesn’t go with the rest of the car. Six Tymes.
Joe Beck (2). Real Name: Joseph Martin Beck. Profile: American Christian music songwriter, born February 21, 1959, based in Nashville. There's Only One Various - Release Audio Magazine January/February 1995 (Cass, Smplr). Parable Group In. Parable Group Inc. PGI009, PGI 009.
There’s no better freeze-frame of where we are now: not just in terms of the instant-onset nostalgia that social media prompts, but in terms of Young Thug, the most now artist we’ve got. (I already expect that, looking back on the music of 2015 a decade from now, Thugger’s dork! adlib will be the first bit to bubble into my consciousness. Good Times is the best presentation of Thug’s pop appeal since Lifestyle, over snappy steel drum synths that Jamie thankfully didn’t leave back in 2011. After all the love letters to the past, Good Times looks optimistically ahead, fuck a FOMO: I know there’s gonna be good times.
There's the person, and then there's the persona - they're still the same thing, just one letter off. That's the way I look at i. That would be a good definition for me, most of the time. I find it awkward to go places, unless I feel it's "safe" - like, somewhere I'm not gonna get stressed out by paparazzi, or people that I don't know. So sometimes it closes me off from meeting new people, but I've opened up a little bit more. I've made a lot of friends over the past year.