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8 thoughts on “ Short Business - Jeff Beck Group - Rough And Ready (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Meztikinos says:
    Label: Epic - KE • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo Pitman Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Blues Rock, Electric Blues Jeff Beck Group - Rough And Ready (, Pitman Pressing, Vinyl) | Discogs/5().
  2. Brajora says:
    The first incarnation of this album sounded terrible so I think Vic Anesini did the best that he could with this. The musicianship is simply amazing on this, love Bob Tench's vocals, great bass & keyboards, fantastic drums from Cozy Powell and what can I say about Jeff Beck's playing, never been better, mind boggling on every cut/5(99).
  3. Sagul says:
    Label: Epic - EPC • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul, Blues • Style: Blues Rock, Electric Blues Jeff Beck Group - Rough And Ready (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(10).
  4. Nashura says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Jeff Beck Group - Rough And Ready at Discogs. Complete your Jeff Beck Group collection.4/5().
  5. Jumuro says:
    Label: Epic - EPC • Series: Nice Price - EPC • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: UK • Genre: Blues • Style: Blues Rock, Electric Blues Jeff Beck Group - Rough And Ready (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(5).
  6. Goltizil says:
    The vinyl is in VG+ condition with a few light scuffs. The jacket is in VG condition. It appears to have suffered some liquid damage at the bottom and there is light/moderate ring wear. Songs included are: Got the Feeling, Situation, Short Business, Raynes Park Blues (Side II) /5(89).
  7. Dirisar says:
    Recouping after a car crash and faced with the loss of Rod Stewart and Ron Wood, Jeff Beck redefined what the Jeff Beck Group was about, deciding to tone down the bluesy bombast, adding keyboardist Max Middleton for a jazz edge, then having Bob Tench sing to give it an overblown early-'70s AOR edge. As expected, these two sides are in conflict and Tench can be a little overbearing, but there.
  8. Tucage says:
    So Beck's been learning some new ways. After Ron and Rod dumped Jeff to pursue a rather good if short career with The Faces, Mr. Beck didn't just sit in the shadow - following the break up of his first Jeff Beck Group, by he had gathered a new one, again with an array of nearly unknown musicians/5(4).

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