JEFF BECK GROUP
(1967 - 1969)
This series is dedicated to the first version of the Jeff Beck Group, the one that included Ron Wood in its line-up.
It is especially dedicated to the late Jeff Beck who passed away on January 10, 2023.
A big thank you to all the people who recorded these shows and who shared them and to my two accomplices nzb and Jaap (Stonesmuziekfan) who gave me the benefit of their versions of these shows and their advice and support ... and therefore without whom this project would not have been possible.
13th August 1967
- WINDSOR -
Royal Windsor Racecourse
21st April - 13th August: Constant touring of England.
Line-up: RW (bass,bvoc)/Jeff Beck (gtr)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Aynsley Dunbar (dr)
13th August 1967: THE JEFF BECK GROUP. Windsor, England, Royal Windsor Racecourse, ‘7th National Jazz And Blues Festival’.
Note: Last gig with Aynsley Dunbar on drums.
01 - Some Kind Of Wonderful-Can I Get A Witness
02 - I Can’t Hold Out (a/k/a Talk To Me Baby)
03 - Don’t Know Which Way to Go (a/k/a I Think I’ll Be Leaving This Morning)
04 - Rock My Plimsoul
05 - Hi Ho Silver Lining
The recording for this show appeared on several bootlegs (see the docs file): all were coming from the same recording.
I used here the version published by KRW_CO.
Listen to it I had the feeling that it runs too fast: I think it runs way better with a -3,6% deceleration… close to the one chosen on the ‘Beck To The Future’ (6702 A/
I also reworked the transitions between the tracks, deleted microgaps and refocused the channels.
All the infos are taken from ‘Woodworks’ by Nico Zentgraf: the database devoted to Ronnie Wood's work with The Birds, Jeff Beck Group, Faces and many others before joining The Rolling Stones. [www.nzentgraf.de
Posted in 2023 by StonyRoad on IORR: [iorr.org
link valid until 26/02/23 (please don't ask me for repost!)
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