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Studio Album, released in 1985

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Ambitious
2. Gets Us All In The End
3. Escape
4. People Get Ready
5. Stop, Look And Listen
6. Get Workin'
7. Ecstasy
8. Night After Night
9. You Know, We Know
10. Nighthawks
11. Back On The Streets

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Line-up / Musicians

- Jeff Beck / guitars
- Rod Stewart / vocals
- Jimmy Hall / vocals
- Jan Hammer / keyboards
- Carmine Appice / drums
- Tony Hymas / keyboards
- Jimmy Bralower / drums, percussion
- Jay Burnett / percussion
- Barry DeSouza / percussion
- Duane Hitchings / keyboards
- Nile Rodgers / guitar
- Rob Sabino / keyboards
- Richard Scher / unknown
- Curly Smith / percussion
- Jeff Smith / unknown
- Doug Wimbish / bass
- Tina B. / backing vocals
- Curtis King / unknown
- David Simms / vocals
- Frank Simms / vocals
- George Simms / vocals
- David Spinner / vocals

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1.87
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Review by greenback
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3 stars Beck's guitar sound can be recognized among 10000 guitar players: it is really the case here more than ever. The music is pseudo pop music, but it is definitely not accessible. Some tracks like "Gets Us All In The End" remind me Freddy Mercury. Many tracks correspond to an electric guitar exhibition through sophisticated modern & scattered pop rock textures with a nervous and noisy new wave style a la Art of Noise or Yello, due to the thundering rythmic keyboards patterns. I think he uses automatic drum sequences. There are tons of guest lead vocals, including Rod Stewart! Some bits remind me slightly the Steve Hackett's solo albums of the 80's (Highly strung, Cured). There are lots of thundering drums and percussions on this album, really sounding like if they were synthesized. The record pretty well gives the pace for the sound and orientation of the next album Guitar Shop. So, Flash is definitely a 100% good album, but not a very good one.

Rating: 3.5 stars

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Posted Saturday, May 12, 2007

Review by Chicapah
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2 stars I'm convinced that there was an MTV-induced disease that swept through the music world in the crazy 80s that devoured almost all creativity and perspective in its path. The very same virus that almost completely destroyed progressive rock in all its wonderful, innovative facets initially attacked the collective psyche of legendary groups like Genesis and Yes, causing them to put out increasingly inferior material that seriously damaged their sterling reputations. Jeff Beck had avoided this cancerous blight for the first half of the decade by not putting out any new works after releasing his excellent "Wired" album in 1980 but eventually this despicable bug bit him, too, and in 1985 he succumbed to this mind-numbing illness and made "Flash." There is a silver lining on this cloud, however. The music included on this record isn't quite as bad as the God-awful jacket he's wearing on the cover. Holy moley, Beck, that sport coat is louder than a stack of Marshall amps!

Evidently someone talked Jeff into performing songs with a vocalist again even though he hadn't employed a singer since disbanding the Beck, Bogert & Appice power trio in 1973. But at least he found a good one in Jimmy Hall who had fronted the talented 70s southern boogie/funk band "Wet Willie." He also brought in Nile Rodgers and Arthur Baker to assist him in producing most of the album but their contemporary, urban leanings may have added to the many problems this project has. Yet, as I said before, the whole music biz was off its meds at that time so it may be a case of having to mercifully forgive them for they knew not what they were doing.

Rodger's "Ambitious" is the first offering and, relatively speaking, it ain't too shabby. There's not a lot of chord changes going on but Beck has a monster guitar effect here that is most intimidating. Hall's vocal is powerful and the lyrics do a good job of describing the "ME" generation's selfish attitude that was pervasive in that narcissistic era but it's Jeff's ferocious solo that cuts a swath through the tune like a scythe and makes a memorable impression. Next up is Baker's disco-ish "Gets Us All in the End," which typifies the overly slick, glossy music of the period that sappy bands like Starship and Loverboy were spewing out relentlessly. And even though Carmen Appice receives credit as being a participant, there isn't a non-electronic drum track to be found and that's a big part of the problem. Program them till you're blue in the face but you can't program soul into a drum machine. There's not a rhythm track on this album that wouldn't have benefited 100% from a human touch, especially when JB had access to the best drummers in the business. All is not lost, however. Beck's backwards guitar track at the beginning and his hot as Hell lead at the end go a long way in saving the song from being unlistenable. Jeff's old partner in crime, Jan Hammer, is credited as composer and Fairlight programmer on the instrumental "Escape." It's all Jan at the outset, then Beck supplies the melody line a ways in but other than some mildly interesting synthesized noises nothing exciting happens at all. Still, the cut garnered a Grammy and charted as high as #39 so maybe I'm just not hearing it correctly. My bad.

It had been sixteen long years since anyone had heard the raspy, charismatic tones of Rod Stewart on a Jeff Beck album so their wonderful rendition of Curtis Mayfield's "People Get Ready" is easily the highlight of the proceedings. JB provides tasteful, melodic guitar lines and Rod sings his tail off as you would expect, making this one of the coolest versions of this classic tune you'll ever hear. But then things take a decidedly downward swing, starting with "Stop, Look and Listen," a song that sounds like it would fit better in a cheesy modern stage musical than as part of a guitar God's album. JB turns in a nice ride but it's not nearly enough to overcome the embarrassingly corny vocal breaks. It gets worse, though. Somehow Nile convinced Jeff that he should showcase his vocal style on the following tune, "Get Workin'," and I hope that Beck doesn't try it ever again. It's barely more than a dumb chant but there's absolutely nothing positive to report so I'll move on.

The dreaded Wang Chung disorder is very much in evidence on the forgettable "Ecstasy" and even JB himself knew to stay far in the background on this dog. It stinks. "Night After Night" is next and it's not necessarily a step up although Jeff does throw in a zesty solo. At least the album ends on an uplifting note. Tony Hymas' instrumental "You Know, We Know" is more like the quality music we heard on the fantastic "Wired" LP. Beck utilizes a huge-sounding guitar effect and he wails away unfettered over Hymas' atmospheric keyboards, making us wish that Tony had been allowed to be a more influential presence on this project in general.

Every artist has at least one regrettable, season-ending pitch that he would like to have back and this one just might be Jeff Beck's hanging curve that failed to break and sailed right over the middle of the plate. It didn't ruin his stellar career but it did drive him back into seclusion for another four years to continue restoring his antique cars. If you are new to JB's music please start anywhere but here. "Flash" is yet another sad example of the need to exercise caution when handling any album that has a release date between the years of 1980-1990. Those were dark times, indeed. 2.4 stars.

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Posted Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Review by Sean Trane
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1 stars Simply one of the most atrocious albums I can remember buying and probably one of the shortest stay in my collection too, since this got sold top an ex-friend, which became "ex" on the moment I sold him this crap. The major selling point of this album was of course the reunion of Stewart and Beck for the People Get Ready track, which happens to work semi-convincingly, as if it seemed Rod was doing a payback to Beck for his original stardom. Don't be fooled by the cover of the album, where it seems that the guitar is still king, as this is sooooo much less the case as his previous albums. For this album, Beck doesn't have a solid band, but different musicians playing on specific tracks, including the hit single, which gained of course much "unfair" attention (I mean the track is barely more than correct) more on the accompanying videoclip on regular rotation on MTV.

Most of the album is actually Jeff experimenting with Jan Hammer-style of electronic effects and other new instruments (his Gibson is not new), sometimes going as far as sounding new-wavey. I mean generally going experimental on this site means going more progressive, and somehow I'm sure Jeff thought he was progressing experimentally or even experimenting progressively, but all in all, you've got another 70's giant getting lost in the 80's, trying to stay afloat or survive, by following the "technology path" and ending almost on Ridicule Lane. Even Carmine Appice's drumming is 80's-sounding. It's hard of course to say this about the giant of guitar Jeff is, but let's face it, you'd better avoid this stinker, which is about as bad as his "trendy" suit on the cover. Not the only one of his blunder (BBA was the first one really, but Flash easily crushed that low, making it average), but the first real one, and probably his worst too. Best avoided, as there is absolutely nothing to content the progheads.

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Review by Guillermo
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1 stars Another album which suffers a lot from the eighties typical production, a production style which was very characteristic of a lot of albums produced during that decade, a decade of "artificial sounds", drum machines, excess in the use of synthesised sounds, reverb, and a "plastic sound", if a thing like that could be defined in some way. A lot of albums from that decade sound like very "sophisticated" things, with more emphasis in how the musicians looked at that time using the fads in their clothes and hairdos more than in the music authenticity. Look, posing and image above musical quality.

Well. This album unfortunately is another typical "product" of that decade. Jeff Beck obviously dislikes this album, and I can understand why. He said that this album was more a record company product and that the time of the recording of this album was a very unhappy time for him. Apart from his very good guitar playing, which is very much recognizable from him, this album does not sound as a Jeff Beck album. The only song which deserves a good commentary is "People Get Ready", a song from 1965 composed by Curtis Mayfield and originally recorded by him with the band "The Impressions". A song Beck recorded for this album with Rod Stewart on lead vocals, which, despite the very eighties drums sound, still shines by far as the best track on this album. The rest of the songs, most of them composed and produced by Nile Rodgers (at that time one of the most sought after record producers, and one of the founders of the Disco band "Chic" in the seventies, one of the few Disco bands which I like from that musical era) really sound more suitable for "Chic" than for Beck. Other tracks sound like recorded by some Arena Rock bands with a lead singer which sounds a lot like GTR`s Max Bacon or the lead singer from the band "Europe" (whose name I don`t remember now).

Another very good musician from the sixties and seventies who unfortunately had to listen to the "fad whims" of some of the record company executives of the eighties, and found his work marred by them.

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