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Album: Blow By Blow

Artist: Jeff Beck

  • Genre: Fusion
  • Release Date: 1983
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 9

  • Copyright: ℗ 1975 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Tracklist For Blow By Blow By Artist Jeff Beck

Title Artist Time
You Know What I Mean Jeff Beck 4:06 USD 1.29
She's a Woman Jeff Beck 4:29 USD 1.29
Constipated Duck Jeff Beck 2:47 USD 1.29
Air Blower Jeff Beck 5:09 USD 1.29
Scatterbrain Jeff Beck 5:40 USD 1.29
Cause We've Ended As Lovers Jeff Beck 5:41 USD 1.29
Thelonius Jeff Beck 3:18 USD 1.29
Freeway Jam Jeff Beck 4:55 USD 1.29
Diamond Dust Jeff Beck 8:23 USD 1.29

Reviews For Blow By Blow By Artist Jeff Beck

  • Never gets old

    By CuriousPete
    I’ve been listening to this album since it came out in 1975 and it never gets old. Any fan of great guitar work needs this in their collection.
  • Great

    By FB Plus
    good instrumental rock that is not too in our face by todays standards. a classic of that era
  • How do you NOT own this?

    By main_sjk
    I bought this the DAY it came out. I’ve been listening and unraveling the mysteries inside ever since. Having become a guitar teacher in the 3rd act of my life, whenever anyone asks me how to play the guitar, I say simple. Follow these 3 steps. 1.) Buy Strat style guitar. 2.) Buy amp 3.) Buy Blow by Blow and learn. The end. Jeff Beck IS the electric guitar, and no one and no thing can ever come close.
  • BLOW by BLOW

    By fender 22 1/2
    This album is so good I buy it periodically just to have a fresh copy For the ages. Its couldnt get any better. Duanne, Dickie , Eric, Stevie, Roy, Jimmy, Pete, Jimi, Jeff wow
  • Blow by Blow

    By DJ Kayne
    The best Of all Of the Jeff Beck offerings I could listen to this all day long. I have been listening to this for 40 years/ and 40 nights
  • Must have for guitarist!

    By Jason Anthonisen
    If your a guitarist and haven't heard this song than treat yourself to this. This is true genius. Turn it on, close your eyes and smile. Learn to play this and you will hypnotize your audiences. No one plays like this anymore. The scales and chord variations are different and refreshing yet its a classic piece of beauty. Love it.
  • Blow by Blow

    By Seven Cities Blues
    Jeff finnally had a huge success with an Album that for many came out of left field. However Jeff was always different and this" Billy Colbam- spectrum" album inspired effort is one of the beat jazz rock fusion albums made. Jeff took the Tommy Bolan- Colbam effort to heart and made it commercially successful by doing doing it jeff's way. I remember reading it was his first gold album(including yardbirds) till then. Download "cause we ended as lovers" and look up Billy Colbam's Spectrum.
  • Amazing Musical Journey!

    By G William Boyd
    This album is just about perfect in every way. I've heard it dozens of times, and it has never gotten even slightly old. The band (and Jeff of course) sounds great, and the arrangements are mesmerizing! Songs are catchy, relaxing, and upbeat all at the same time! What are you waiting for?!
  • Fantastic Album!

    By Jazzmaster246
    In my opinon this album is the absolute height of Jeff Becks career! No other Fusion guitarist has ever been able to weave such mind-bending solos that sound so fluid and natural. The rhythm section is spot on with Richard Bailey providing the drums and percussian for the album and Phil Chen playing bass. Because they form such a solid foundation it allows Max Middleton and Jeff Beck to explore dissonant, creative, musical concepts that no other instrumental album had approached before. Also, Stevie Wonder makes a guest apperance on the album and and plays keyboards on two tracks [Cause We've Ended as Lovers and Thelonius]. This a fantastic album I recommend everybody purchase!
  • Beck at his best!

    By Michael3701
    the signature song by one most accomplished artists of our time. I have always been curious what the lyrics wood have been.

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