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Jeff Beck Group is the fourth and final studio album by The Jeff Beck Group and the second album with the line up of Jeff Beck, Bobby Tench, Clive Chaman, Max Middleton and Cozy Powell. The album was produced by Steve Cropper and often referred to as the Orange Album, because of the orange which appears prominently at the top of the front cover. During January 1972 the second Jeff Beck Group flew to the US and joined Beck at TMI Studios in Memphis, Tennessee.
An album so concise, detailed, conceptual, and just plain enjoyable. This is the kind of album that musicians could spend years on as their sole project and get it about half as right as Jeff does here. Worry opens with the Beatles-esque ballad We Begged 2 Explode, which perfectly bridges 2014’s We Cool" and this record. The biggest factor that separates this album from any of his other pieces of work is how Jeff decides to punctuate it. When viewing the tracklist, it’s easy to be nervous of the daunting number of tracks on this album. After listening to the album, however, an argument can be made that there are really 11 tracks instead of 17.
While his previous album saw an emphasis on Bill Withers-like funky jams, Mraz says he's going back to basics with an emphasis on the voice. This new album has less horns, it's got more piano and guitar textures. A lot more vocal landscapes," he says. There's a couple of up-tempo tunes, but mostly the rhythm of the heartbeat kind of takes precedence on this record. Medium-tempo tunes; which I love. It feels more like the pace of life. At least, based on my life and what I've been doing.
|1||Beautiful Times Polka||2:36|
|2||Last Kiss Waltz||2:30|
|3||Monk Of Strahove||2:42|