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|EPC 7720||Jeff Beck Group||Got The Feeling (7")||Epic||EPC 7720||France||1972|
|EPC 7720||Jeff Beck Group||Got The Feeling (7", Promo)||Epic||EPC 7720||UK||1972|
|EPC 7720||Jeff Beck Group||Got The Feeling (7", Sol)||Epic||EPC 7720||UK||1972|
|EPC S 7720||Jeff Beck Group||Got The Feeling (7", Single)||Epic||EPC S 7720||Germany||1971|
|EPC S 7720||Jeff Beck Group||Got The Feeling (7", Single, Promo)||Epic||EPC S 7720||Germany||1971|
Rough and Ready is the third album by The Jeff Beck Group and the first of two by the second Jeff Beck Group. Released in 1971, it featured more of a jazz, soul and R&B edge to counter Beck's lead guitar. As a songwriter, Beck contributed more pieces to Rough and Ready than he had before, or ever would again. Beck enlisted Bobby Tench as vocalist and it is also the first time keyboardist Max Middleton is heard. Other members of this line up are drummer Cozy Powell and bassist Clive Chaman.
Jeff Beck Group is the fourth and final studio album by The Jeff Beck Group and the second album with the line up of Jeff Beck, Bobby Tench, Clive Chaman, Max Middleton and Cozy Powell. The album was produced by Steve Cropper and often referred to as the Orange Album, because of the orange which appears prominently at the top of the front cover. During January 1972 the second Jeff Beck Group flew to the US and joined Beck at TMI Studios in Memphis, Tennessee.
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The Jeff Beck Group Lyrics. Yeah, the day is right, my friends To live life as full as you can It would do you no harm Do what you want yourself There's a fog down inside I would like to guide, oh. Ain't no good being all alone Life's a never ending road If you feel like running (you wanna run) You better slow down, what's your hurry now We got the feeling We got the feeling
Indeed, between the funk rock of Got The Feeling (Middleton's jazz piano solo rocks my socks off), and the funky-jazzy Situation (the most attractive track commercially on the album) with Middelton's superb Fender Rhodes excursion the rough New Ways/Train Train (good Beck solo) and the closing Jody on the one side and the lesser tracks like Short. Business (still too long) and Been Used (I'd say wearied and worn) on the other, the album glides effortlessly but a bit passionless as well. The activity of Jeff Beck Group of the second stage starts as a recording of the album by the event of the accident of Jeff Beck and the election of the member, etc. in May, 1971. It is keyboard player's Max Middleton that it was appointed by the member of the group of this second stage. And, Bass player's Clive Chaman.
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. Jeff Beck, Jeff Beck Group.