Jeff Beck discography
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|1968||Truth||15||—||Gold||First album with original line-up of the Jeff Beck Group|
|1969||Beck-Ola||15||39||Gold||Second album with original line-up of the Jeff Beck Group|
|1971||Rough and Ready||46||—||—||First album with new line-up of the Jeff Beck Group|
|1972||Jeff Beck Group||19||—||Gold||Second album with new line-up of the Jeff Beck Group|
|1973||Beck, Bogert & Appice||12||28||Gold||Only studio album as Beck, Bogert & Appice|
|1975||Blow by Blow||4||—||Platinum||First solo album|
|1976||Wired||16||38||Platinum||Second solo album|
|1980||There and Back||21||38||—||Contains one of his more acclaimed pieces, "The Pump"|
|1985||Flash||42||83||—||Grammy Award winner|
|1989||Jeff Beck's Guitar Shop||49||—||—||Grammy Award winner|
|1992||Frankie's House||—||—||—||Soundtrack collaboration with Jed Leiber|
|1993||Crazy Legs||171||—||—||Album with covers of Gene Vincent's songs|
|1999||Who Else!||99||74||—||Album with influence of electronic music|
|2001||You Had It Coming||110||—||—||Grammy Award winner|
|2003||Jeff||—||—||—||Grammy Award winner|
|April 2010||Emotion & Commotion||11||21||—||Highest charting album by Jeff Beck in UK. Double Grammy Award winner|
|1974||Live in Japan||—||—||—||First live album|
|1977||Jeff Beck With the Jan Hammer Group Live||23||—||Gold||Last album with RIAA certification|
|2006||Live At BB King Blues Club||—||—||—||Official bootleg|
|2006||Live In Tokyo 99'||—||—||—||Official bootleg|
|2007||Official Bootleg USA '06||—||—||—||Official bootleg|
|2008||Live at Ronnie Scotts||—||143||—||Complemented later with a DVD that was certified Platinum for the US sales of 'Jeff Beck performing this week.. live at Ronnie Scott's'. This is an extreme rarity for a music concert DVD of any musical genre. Grammy Award winner.|
|Oct 2010||Live and Exclusive from the Grammy Museum||—||—||—||Follow up live album for Emotion and Commotion.|
|2011||Rock & Roll Party: Honoring Les Paul||—||106||—|
|1991||Beckology||—||—||—||Included songs from Beck's early bands such as Tridents and Yardbirds|
|1995||Best of Beck||—||—||—||Abbreviated compilation|
|2008||Performing This Week... Live at Ronnie Scott's||—||—||Platinum||Grammy Award winner|
|2011||Rock & Roll Party: Honoring Les Paul||—||—|
- "Hi Ho Silver Lining" / "Beck's Bolero" (1967, #14UK)
- "Tallyman" / "Rock My Plimsoul" (1967, #30UK)
- "Love Is Blue (L'amour est bleu)" / "I've Been Drinking" (1968, #23UK) (Jeff Beck & Jeff Beck Group)
- "Goo Goo Barabajagal (Love Is Hot)" / "Bed With Me" (1969) (Donovan & Jeff Beck Group)
- "I've Been Drinking" / "Morning Dew" / "Greensleeves" (1973, #27UK) (Jeff Beck Group)
- "Cause We've Ended As Lovers" (1975)
- "The Final Peace" / "Space Boogie" (1980)
- "The Final Peace" / "Scatterbrain" / "Too Much to Lose" / "Led Boots" (1981)
- "People Get Ready" / "Back on the Street" / "You Know, We Know" (1985) (Jeff Beck & Rod Stewart)
- "Ambitious" / "Escape" (1986)
- "Guitar Shop" / "People Get Ready" / "Behind the Veil" (1989) (Jeff Beck with Terry Bozzio and Tony Hymas)
- "Day In The House" / "Guitar Shop"(Jeff Beck with Terry Bozzio and Tony Hymas)
- "People Get Ready" / "The Train Kept A-Rollin'" (1992) (Jeff Beck & Rod Stewart)
Beck has appeared as a guest artist on dozens of recordings, including:
- John's Childrens single "Just What You Want - Just What You'll Get" b/w "But She's Mine" (rel. Feb 1967) as uncredited session musician.
- Beck's group plays with Donovan on the songs "Barabajagal (Love is Hot)," "Trudi" and "Homesickness"
- Stevie Wonder's 1972 album Talking Book
- Eddie Harris - E.H. in the U.K. (Atlantic, 1973)
- The debut album by the band Upp in 1975
- Stanley Clarke's 1975 album Journey to Love
- Stanley Clarke's 1978 album Modern Man
- The soundtrack to the movie Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band featuring The Bee Gees and Peter Frampton (Beck was once quoted as saying that after he saw Peter Frampton use the talk box, he gave it up).
- Murray Head's Voices (1981)
- Rod Stewart's 1983 album Camouflage on three tracks, also appears in video for the song "Infatuation" and in the video for "People Get Ready"
- Tina Turner's Private Dancer
- Reunited with former Yardbirds bandmates in 1984 with the group Box of Frogs
- Mick Jagger's She's the Boss (1985 CBS Records) and Primitive Cool (1987 Columbia)
- The Honeydrippers: Volume One
- Malcolm McLaren's album Waltz Darling, released in 1989, on the songs "House of the Blue Danube" and "Call a Wave".
- Tony Hymas's Oyaté, on the track "Crazy Horse" (feat. John Trudell) and "Tashunka Witko" 1990.
- Buddy Guy's Damn Right, I've Got the Blues, on the tracks "Mustang Sally" and "Early In The Morning" 1991.
- Kate Bush's 1993 album The Red Shoes
- Jimi Hendrix's song "Manic Depression" on the 1993 album Stone Free: A Tribute to Jimi Hendrix with Seal.
- Duff Mckagan's 1993 solo album Believe in Me, on the Tracks "(Fucked Up) Beyond Belief" and "Swamp Song"
- ZZ Top's 1999 release XXX on the track "Hey Mr. Millionaire"
- Two songs of the Italian singer Zucchero: the song Papa Perche? (from the 1995 album Spirito DiVino) and Like the sun (from out of nowhere) (from the 2004 album Zu & Co., also featuring Macy Gray).
- The 2003 Yardbirds' reunion album Birdland - on track "My Blind Life"
- Wynonna Judd 2003 release "What the World Needs Now is Love" on the cover of Foreigner's hit "I Want to Know What Love is"
- Toots & the Maytals 2004 album True Love on the song "54-46."
- Ursus Minor's Zugzwang released in 2005
- Cyndi Lauper's song "Above The Clouds" from her 2005 album The Body Acoustic
- American Idol on 24 April 2007 for the Idol Gives Back special, with Kelly Clarkson, playing "Up to the Mountain", originally by Patty Griffin
- Played guitar solo in Pavarotti's rendition of "Caruso"
- The rare blues album Guitar Boogie with Eric Clapton and Jimmy Page
- Guitarist for Hans Zimmer's Days of Thunder Instrumental Score.
- Beck plays an instrumental version of Lennon–McCartney classic "A Day in the Life" on Sir George Martin's album In My Life (1998), which also appeared in Julie Taymor's Beatles-inspired movie, Across the Universe.
- His song "Hot Rod Honeymoon" was used for the video game Gran Turismo 4
- The Pretenders album Viva El Amor on the song "Legalise Me"
- Stevie Wonder originally wrote "Superstition" for Beck. However, Wonder's manager insisted that he record it before Beck did. Wonder and Beck performed the song at the 25th Anniversary Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Concert in 2009.
- Also at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Concert, Beck performed "People Get Ready" (with Sting), "Let Me Love You Baby" (with Buddy Guy), "Rice Pudding", "Foxey Lady" (with Billy Gibbons) and "A Day in the Life".
- John McLaughlin's The Promise, on the track "Django".
- Joe Cocker's Heart & Soul album on the track "I (Who Have Nothing)" playing lead guitar.
- Brian May's "The Guv'nor" from the album Another World
- Imogen Heap's Speak for Yourself
- Vanilla Fudge's Mystery (credited as J. Toad)
- Roger Waters' Amused to Death
- Cozy Powell's Tilt on the tracks "Cat Moves" and "Hot Rock"
- Jon Bon Jovi's solo album Blaze of Glory
- Paul Rodgers' cover of the song "Good Morning Little School Girl"
- Appears in the movie Twins with Danny DeVito and Arnold Schwarzenegger
- Morrissey album Years of Refusal on the song Black Cloud
- "Mystery Train" on Never Stop Rockin', Carlo Little All Stars album (released 2009, Angel Air Records)
- Beverley Craven album Love Scenes (EPIC 1993) on the songs Love is the Light, Hope and The Winner Takes It All
- Herbie Hancock's 2010 release The Imagine Project on a cover of John Lennon's "Imagine"
- Featured on the song "Do to Me" by Trombone Shorty on his 2011 album For True.
- Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 50. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.
- "The 25th Anniversary Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Concerts (4CD)". Amazon.com. Retrieved 2011-11-25.
- "Confessions of a Sixties Drummer". Retrieved 14 March 2009.