Jeff Beck Group - Rough And Ready
Jeff Beck Group - Rough And Ready
Jeff Beck Group - Rough And Ready
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Jeff Beck Group - Rough And Ready
Jeff Beck Group - Rough And Ready
Jeff Beck Group - Rough And Ready

Jeff Beck Group - Rough And Ready

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Jeff Beck, lead guitar [click here to see more vinyl featuring Jeff Beck]

Cozy Powell, drums

Bob Tench, vocals

Max Middleton, piano

Clive Chaman, bass

Written by Brian Short (B3), Jeff Beck (A1-3, B1-3), Max Middleton (A4)


1 LP, Gatefold Jacket

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’



Record Press : RTI

Label : Friday Music

Original Label : Epic

Recorded April–July 1971 at Island Studio, London

Produced by Jeff Beck

Remastered by Joe Reagoso

Originally released in 1971

Reissued in 2015



Side A:

  1. Got the Feeling
  2. Situation
  3. Short Business
  4. Max’s Tune

Side B:

  1. I’ve Been Used
  2. New Ways/Train Train
  3. Jody



“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 are moments here that bring out the best in Beck. Namely, these are the times when the group ventures into extended, funk-inflected, reflective jazzy instrumental sections. These are the moments that point the way toward the success of Blow by Blow, yet this remains an unabashed rock record of its time, and it falls prey to many of its era's excesses, particularly lack of focus. Still, there are moments that are as fine as anything Beck played here.” AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine


Ratings :

AllMusic : 3,5 / 5 , Discogs : 3,98 / 5

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