Beck, Bogert & Appice (album)

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Beck, Bogert & Appice
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Studio album by Beck, Bogert & Appice
  • March 26, 1973 (US)
  • April 6, 1973 (UK)
  • August 1973 (US Qsound)
Recorded December 1972 – January 1973
Genre Blues rock, Hard rock, Psychedelic rock
Length 36:57
Label Epic
Producer Don Nix, Beck, Bogert & Appice
Beck, Bogert & Appice chronology
Beck Bogert & Appice
Live in Japan
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4/5 stars[1]
The Rolling Stone Album Guide 2/5 stars[2]

Beck, Bogert & Appice is the eponymous debut album by the 1970s band Beck, Bogert & Appice. They were a supergroup and power trio, with the line up of guitarist Jeff Beck (who had already been a member of The Yardbirds and The Jeff Beck Group), bassist Tim Bogert, and drummer Carmine Appice (both formerly members of Vanilla Fudge and Cactus). The album had solid sales in 1973. One of the most notable tracks is Beck's version of the famous song of Stevie Wonder's and his creation: "Superstition".

This was the band's only studio album, as Beck left the band without warning during the recording of their second album, forcing a sudden dissolution in 1974.

Track listing[edit]

Side One[edit]

  1. "Black Cat Moan" (Don Nix) – 3:44
  2. "Lady" (Appice, Beck, John Voorhis "Tim" Bogert, Pete French, Duane Hitchings) –5:33
  3. "Oh to Love You" (Appice, Beck, Bogert, French, Hitchings) – 4:04
  4. "Superstition" (Stevie Wonder) – 4:15

Side Two[edit]

  1. "Sweet Sweet Surrender" (Nix) – 3:59
  2. "Why Should I Care" (R. Kennedy) – 3:31
  3. "Lose Myself with You" (Appice, Beck, Bogert, French) – 3:16
  4. "Livin' Alone" (Appice, Beck, Bogert) – 4:11
  5. "I'm So Proud" (Curtis Mayfield) – 4:12




  1. ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. Beck, Bogert & Appice at AllMusic
  2. ^ Jeff Beck: Album Guide at Rolling Stone