This film traces Jeff Beck‘s music and career throughout the 1960s – his formative influences and early groups, his work with The Yardbirds, his brief, bizarre reinvention by producer Mickie Most as a solo pop star, and the first, radical incarnation of the Jeff Beck Group, during which he played alongside vocalist Rod Stewart and second guitarist Ron Wood. Featuring a plethora of rare performance and studio footage, exclusive interviews, contributions from those who worked with and alongside Jeff during this period and a host of other features, all of which combine to make this documentary – the first yet to singularly focus on Beck’s career – a legitimate tribute and enthralling history of this often underrated musician, writer and performer.
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Love reading your posts about books and music, thanks.
BTW Ron Wood played bass in Jeff Beck’s band.
You’re welcome. I actually saw Ron Wood, Rod Stewart and Jeff Beck headline at The Fillmore East in 1969 as The Jeff Beck Group.
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