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    Posted: April 25 2006 at 23:12
I have been wondering this for a while, why doesn't Jeff Beck have a prog-archives page?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 25 2006 at 23:16
Originally posted by Crazy_Chester Crazy_Chester wrote:

I have been wondering this for a while, why doesn't Jeff Beck have a prog-archives page?


Because not all of his works are progressive. Believe me, I tried getting him in here about a year ago. I was mainly citing his intstrumental albums in the 70s and Guitar Shop as the main sources of his prog works. They are very progressive in my opinion, but not everyone else agrees with me.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 25 2006 at 23:22
I think he must be here, at least as prog relatedConfused
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 25 2006 at 23:23
Originally posted by Cygnus X-2 Cygnus X-2 wrote:

Originally posted by Crazy_Chester Crazy_Chester wrote:

I have been wondering this for a while, why doesn't Jeff Beck have a prog-archives page?


Because not all of his works are progressive. Believe me, I tried getting him in here about a year ago. I was mainly citing his intstrumental albums in the 70s and Guitar Shop as the main sources of his prog works. They are very progressive in my opinion, but not everyone else agrees with me.


I can definately see where they can hold albums like Truth, Beckola, and Rough and Ready out as not progressive, (I didn't list BBA, as it is in between his progressive path and his earlier blues rock roots when I listen to it). But I agree, albums like Wired, Blow By Blow, There and Back, etc. are definately progressive (at least to me as well :)). Not to mention the techno stuff he's been doing lately deserves tons of praise, all you have to do is watch it live:

http://youtube.com/watch?v=wHaRAfxLd7g&search=jeff%20beck%201999


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 25 2006 at 23:27
Originally posted by Crazy_Chester Crazy_Chester wrote:

Originally posted by Cygnus X-2 Cygnus X-2 wrote:

Originally posted by Crazy_Chester Crazy_Chester wrote:

I have been wondering this for a while, why doesn't Jeff Beck have a prog-archives page?


Because not all of his works are progressive. Believe me, I tried getting him in here about a year ago. I was mainly citing his intstrumental albums in the 70s and Guitar Shop as the main sources of his prog works. They are very progressive in my opinion, but not everyone else agrees with me.


I can definately see where they can hold albums like Truth, Beckola, and Rough and Ready out as not progressive, (I didn't list BBA, as it is in between his progressive path and his earlier blues rock roots when I listen to it). But I agree, albums like Wired, Blow By Blow, There and Back, etc. are definately progressive (at least to me as well :)). Not to mention the techno stuff he's been doing lately deserves tons of praise, all you have to do is watch it live:

http://youtube.com/watch?v=wHaRAfxLd7g&search=jeff%20beck%201999

Essentially everything I argued... nice to see someone else agrees with me.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 25 2006 at 23:29
Originally posted by Cygnus X-2 Cygnus X-2 wrote:

Essentially everything I argued... nice to see someone else agrees with me.


right on, so whats your favorite album?

Myself I have enjoyed everything I have heard thus far, but Blow By Blow and BBA are my favorites. :)

took me a while to get into his techno though, I had to see a video of him doing it live to believe it :P


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 25 2006 at 23:34
Originally posted by Crazy_Chester Crazy_Chester wrote:

Originally posted by Cygnus X-2 Cygnus X-2 wrote:

Essentially everything I argued... nice to see someone else agrees with me.


right on, so whats your favorite album?

Myself I have enjoyed everything I have heard thus far, but Blow By Blow and BBA are my favorites. :)

took me a while to get into his techno though, I had to see a video of him doing it live to believe it :P


Blow by Blow and Guitar Shop are my favorite albums of his. I almost saw him when he was in San Francisco 3 weeks ago... but I forgot to buy tickets.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 25 2006 at 23:35
yeah I had a chance to see him live as well, but I didn't have any cash on me at the time.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 26 2006 at 01:35
I cant reccomend highly enough that you go see him. Get as close as you can and you will see why he is a legend. No effects, no pick, just him and his guitar. The range of sounds he gets is nothing short of phenomenal. A must see concert for anyone who likes guitar!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 26 2006 at 01:42
Hey Crazy Chester....don't forget Beck's Bolero from Truth. I would say that it's very progressive considering the time frame. Cool moniker by the way.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 26 2006 at 02:12
Originally posted by Cygnus X-2 Cygnus X-2 wrote:

Blow by Blow and Guitar Shop are my favorite albums of his. I almost saw him when he was in San Francisco 3 weeks ago... but I forgot to buy tickets.


I was going to go to the San Francisco show but I ended up not going as well. That's not the only show I've missed in the area though.  This list is enough to make any man weep but here it is, Jethro Tull, Jeff Beck, the Mars Volta, and Johnny Winter.   Once,  shame on a sold-out show, 4 times , shame on me. Cry


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 26 2006 at 13:43
Originally posted by robertplantowns robertplantowns wrote:


I was going to go to the San Francisco show but I ended up not going as well. That's not the only show I've missed in the area though.  This list is enough to make any man weep but here it is, Jethro Tull, Jeff Beck, the Mars Volta, and Johnny Winter.   Once,  shame on a sold-out show, 4 times , shame on me. Cry


that would have been awesome - Johnny Winter is another one of my favorite guitarists Smile

Originally posted by Mongo Mongo wrote:

I cant reccomend highly enough that you go see him. Get as close as you can and you will see why he is a legend. No effects, no pick, just him and his guitar. The range of sounds he gets is nothing short of phenomenal. A must see concert for anyone who likes guitar!


No doubt, I can't wait till I finally get another chance to see him - his playing is mind-boggling Smile

Originally posted by Vingatondooda Vingatondooda wrote:

Hey Crazy Chester....don't forget Beck's Bolero from Truth. I would say that it's very progressive considering the time frame. Cool moniker by the way.


thanks Smile

no doubt, I love that whole album (got it on vinyl for my birthday a few months back).

Pretty much everything I have seen him do has captured me - much in the same way bands like Rush, Frank Zappa, and (recently) Genesis, and ELP have as well Smile

 
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I think he must be here, at least as prog relatedConfused


I agree whole-heartedly. If having a catalog that's not exclusively prog disqualifies candidacy, how is Genesis here? (Not saying this to be incendiary, just making an observation)
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 26 2006 at 16:32
I believe that in this more "inclusive" clime, JB belongs here.Thumbs Up
 
He's a quintessential "multi-genre" artist, though -- difficult to categorize, IMO.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 26 2006 at 16:36
I think that Jeff Beck would be a nice prog related addition.Smile Give Mr. Vai some company!Big smile
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 26 2006 at 17:04
Originally posted by Peter Rideout Peter Rideout wrote:

I believe that in this more "inclusive" clime, JB belongs here.Thumbs Up
 
He's a quintessential "multi-genre" artist, though -- difficult to categorize, IMO.
 
Jazz-rock/fusion.Wink
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 26 2006 at 18:58
Originally posted by ANDREW ANDREW wrote:

 
Jazz-rock/fusion.Wink
 


as well as blues, rock, and techno - and a few others Smile


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 26 2006 at 19:00
Dont worry chaps, Jeff Beck is on our list for possible inclusion.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 26 2006 at 19:28
right on! Big smile
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 27 2006 at 15:34
Jeff Beck doesn't belong to this site!!!
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