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The Jeff Beck Group - 1971- Rough and Ready

The Jeff Beck Group were an English rock band formed in London in January  1967 by former Yardbirds guitarist Jeff Beck. Their innovative approach to heavy sounding blues and R&B was a major influence on popular music. The first Jeff Beck Group formed in London in early 1967 and included guitarist Jeff Beck, vocalist Rod Stewart, rhythm guitarist Ronnie Wood, with bass players and drummers changing regularly. Early bass players were Jet Harris and Dave Ambrose, with Clem Cattini and Viv Prince trying out on drums. The lineup went through months of personnel changes, notably no less than four drummers before settling on Aynsley Dunbar and switching Ron Wood to bass. This line up spent most of 1967 playing the UK club circuit and appeared several times on BBC Radio. Beck signed a personal management contract with record producer and manager Mickie Most who had no interest in the group, only Beck as a solo artist. Rough and Ready is the third album and the first of two by the second Jeff Beck Group. Released in 1971, it featured more of a Jazz, Soul  and R&B edge to counter Beck's lead guitar. Beck contributed more tracks on Rough and Ready than he had before, or ever would again. Beck enlisted Bobby Tench as vocalist and it is also the first time keyboardist Max Middleton is heard. Other members of this line up are, drummer Cozy Powell and bassist Clive Chaman.

01 - Got the Feeling
02 - Situation
03 - Short Business
04 - Max's Tune
05 - I've Been Used
06 - New Ways Train Train
07 - Jody

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