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Jeff Beck - Rock 'N' Roll Party Honoring Les Paul (2011)

3-10-2015, 17:15
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Jeff Beck - Rock 'N' Roll Party Honoring Les Paul (2011)

Artist: Jeff Beck
Album: Rock 'N' Roll Party Honoring Les Paul
Year: 2011
Label: Atco
Genre: Classic Rock, Rock'N'Roll, Blues
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Format: MP3 | FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Tracks: 28
Time Release: 01:34:00
Size Release: 215 mb | 600 mb


CD 1
1. Double Talking Baby (feat. Darrel Higham)
2. Crusin' (feat. Darrel Higham)
3. The Train It Kept A Rollin'
4. Cry Me A River (feat. Imelda May & Jason Rebello)
5. How High The Moon (feat. Imelda May)
6. Sitting On Top Of The World (feat. Imelda May)
7. Bye Bye Blues (feat. Imelda May)
8. The World Is Waiting For The Sunrise (feat. Imelda May)
9. Vaya Con Dios (feat. Imelda May)
10. Mockin' Bird Hill (feat. Imelda May)
11. I'm A Fool To Care (feat. Imelda May)
12. Tiger Rag (feat. Imelda May)
13. Peter Gunn (feat. Jason Rebello & Trombone Shorty)
14. Rocking Is Our Business (feat. Darrel Highham, Jason Rebello And Trombone Shorty)
15. Apache
16. Sleep Walk
17. New Orleans (feat. Gary U.S. Bonds & Jason Rebello)
18. Walking In The Sand
19. Please Mr. Jailor (feat. Imelda May)
20. Twenty Flight Rock (feat. Brian Setzer)

CD 2 (Live from the Grammy Museum)
1. Corpus Christi Carol
2. Hammerhead
3. Over The Rainbow
4. Brush With The Blues
5. A Day In The Life
6. Nessun Dorma
7. How High The Moon
8. People Get Ready

A year after Les Paul's death, Jeff Beck saluted the guitar pioneer by staging a rousing tribute show to the great man at Paul’s regular stomping ground, the Iridium Jazz Club. Backed by his current running mates the Imelda May Band, Beck enlisted some heavy-hitters for help -- Brian Setzer comes in for the rock & roll, Trombone Shorty for the jazz, Gary U.S. Bonds sings some oldies -- all the better to get the party started. Despite its title, Rock 'N' Roll Party skews ever so slightly to the old-fashioned swing and standards that were Paul's specialty and with the notable exception of tightly wound versions of “The Train Kept A Rollin’” and “Twenty Flight Rock,” even the rockers feel closer to jump blues than rockabilly. And that’s fine: a tribute to Les Paul's music shouldn’t be greasy, it should be a jumping, joyous blast of nostalgia, which is precisely what this party is.

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