Beck-Ola is the second album by Jeff Beck, released in 1969 in the United Kingdom on Columbia Records and in the United States on Epic Records. It peaked at No. 15 on the Billboard 200, and at No. 39 on the British album chart. The album’s title puns on the name of the Rock-Ola jukebox company
The Best Of Jeff Beck. Лицензиар: "WMG, SME, The Orchard Music (от лица компании "PLG UK Catalog"); Kobalt Music Publishing, UBEM, ARESA, EMI Music Publishing, Audiam (Publishing), PEDL, Sony ATV Publishing, CMRRA" и другие авторские общества (8). Композиция. Spanish Boots (2004 Remaster). Авторы текста и музыки. Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller. Лицензиар: "WMG, SME (от лица компании "PLG UK Catalog"); UBEM, PEDL, Sony ATV Publishing" и другие авторские общества (13). Plynth (Water Down The Drain).
Jeff Beck’s 1969 sophomore album peaked at number 15 on the US Billboard charts and is considered a pinnacle of British blues rock. The album features Rod Stewart’s vocals, Jeff Beck’s guitar, Nicky Hopkin’s piano, Ronnie Wood’s bass and rhythm guitar, and Tony Newman on the drums. Primary Artists Jeff Beck & Jeff Beck Group. Producers Mickie Most. Writers Jeff Beck, Jerry Leiber, Mike Stoller & 4 more. More Jeff Beck Group albums.
CD EMI - TOCP-6318 (1990, Japan) Re-titled "Cosa Nostra Beck-Ola" CD Epic - EK 47411 (1997, US) Remastered by Chris Herles CD EMI - 578 7502 (2004, Europe) Remastered by Peter Mew with 4 bonus tracks previously unreleased. No release results - showing artist results instead. Truth Extra tracks · Remastered Sony Legacy 2006.
The Jeff Beck Group was a rock band formed in February 1967. Their unique and innovative approach to heavy-sounding blues was a major influence on popular music in the late 1960s and early 1970s. The first Jeff Beck Group was formed in the . in 1967, consisting of Jeff Beck guitar, Rod Stewart vocals, Ron Wood bass, and Aynsley Dunbar drums. Beck had unfortunately signed a personal management contract with famed .
The original Jeff Beck Group were a force of nature, plain and simple. All the players fit together perfectly, in a musical sense, and the sound and vibe they created was thrilling. Their second album, 'Beck-Ola,' was released in June 1969. Upon the release of 'Beck-Ola,' things were really moving along for the band, and the album shot up to No. 15 on the Billboard 200. "I mostly remember the sessions for a series of confrontations between Mickie Most, who was producing it, and an increasingly moody and reluctant Jeff," recalled Stewart. Rolling Stone called it "a brilliant album, dense in texture, full of physical and nervous energy, equally appealing to mind and body.