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8 thoughts on “ Freeway Jam - Jeff Beck - You Know Superstition (CD)

  1. "Freeway Jam" was recorded initially for the Blow By Blow album, but as its name suggests, this is most definitely not a studio track. Beck re-recorded it live with the Jan Hammer Group. Released in , this definitive version is from a performance at the Philadelphia Spectrum, October 9,
  2. Feb 24,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Jeff Beck With The Jan Hammer Group Freeway Jam YouTube Jeff Beck With Stanley Clarke North Sea Jazz Fes (3Songs) - .
  3. From the album "Blow By Blow" by Jeff Beck on Napster Freeway Jam Jeff Beck. Play on Napster. Song. Freeway Jam Jeff Beck. Play on Napster. Released: Mar Label: Epic You Know What I Mean. Play 2. She's a Woman. Play 3. Constipated Duck. Play 4. Air Blower. Play 5. Scatterbrain.
  4. Freeway Jam This song is by Jeff Beck and appears on the album Blow By Blow () on the Live album Jeff Beck With The Jan Hammer Group Live () on the Compilation album Beckology () on the Compilation album Best of Beck () Instrumental External links Nominate as Song of the Day iTunes: buy Freeway Jam Amazon: buy Freeway Jam Hype Machine: search for Jeff Beck • Freeway Jam.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Freeway Jam Radio Broadcast - Stanley Clarke, Jeff Beck, Simon Phillips on AllMusic -
  6. 1. Ice cream cakes. 2. Glad all over. 3. Tonight I'll be staying here with you. 4. Sugar cane. 5. I can't give back the love I feel for you. 6. Going down.
  7. Jul 29,  · The majority of it was one of his old Strats. "Cos We've Ended As Lovers" was the Tele-Gib and "Diamond Dust" was the '54 oxblood Les Paul. Amps, I don't know but not much of it (maybe "Freeway Jam" and the wah-wah rhythm guitar on "Thelonious" but that's about it) sounds like any kind of Marshall to me.
  8. Following the success of his album Blow By Blow, in May , Jeff Beck returned to the studio and recorded Wired, which paired ex-Mahavishnu Orchestra drummer and composer Narada Michael Walden, and keyboardist Jan Hammer. The album employed a jazz-rock fusion style, which sounded similar to the former work of his two collaborators.

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