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Album: Flash

Artist: Jeff Beck

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 1985
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • Copyright: ℗ 1985 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

Tracklist For Flash By Artist Jeff Beck

Title Artist Time
Ambitious Jeff Beck 4:37 USD 1.29
Gets Us All In the End Jeff Beck 6:05 USD 1.29
Escape Jeff Beck 4:40 USD 1.29
People Get Ready (with Rod Ste Jeff Beck 4:52 USD 1.29
Stop, Look and Listen Jeff Beck 4:26 USD 1.29
Get Workin' Jeff Beck 3:34 USD 1.29
Ecstasy Jeff Beck 3:30 USD 1.29
Night After Night Jeff Beck 3:40 USD 1.29
You Know, We Know Jeff Beck 5:34 USD 1.29
Nighthawks Jeff Beck 4:47 USD 1.29
Back On the Streets (with Kare Jeff Beck 3:41 USD 1.29

Reviews For Flash By Artist Jeff Beck

  • People get ready

    By livluvmusic
    One of the best guitar and vocals recorded.
  • Had back in ‘85 Columbia house $.01 gets u 11 tapes lol

    By Vic42670
    At the time as a teen , I felt the good of this album was when Beck’s playing is front and center . The rest of the time the tracks seem to be a constant competition of which song can be more produced with unnecessary squeezed in synth / keyboards and drum machine like drumming . And the main singer which some have a die hard devotion to seems to be at the very least another part of not a good mix with Jeff Becks musical style . Lyrically I can only stand “gets us all in the end “ and a lot of that has to do with it being a more raw track than most of the other over produced sound waves tracks ... I wasn’t crazy about it then and it sadly hasn’t held up to the test of time either ...it’s for the most part a very good example of the music of the era ,of which there were not many great pop artists rock bands in the mid 80’s that followed this mapped out movie sound track wave that was great in a movie but rarely stood up past that . Beck definitely still has some flashes of greatness that stand out , and I like his playing best when he’s not over experimenting with what I call him showing off his mastery of guitar by making it sound like a whole other instrument that’s out of key ... here he just wales for the most part , and when the synths , drum machine and weak vocals aren’t in his way there’s definitely some great guitar .
  • Still it is Jeff Beck!

    By JBrens
    This is probably one of his weakest efforts due to the poor vocals, except for Rod Stewart on People Get Ready. Some of the songs are really over produced as well. Still it has great guitar playing and it is well worth listening to. We are talking about one of the greatest guitar players ever here.
  • Jimmy Hall - not like we usually hear

    By Beale Gibson
    Decent record. Hall does his stuff. Jeff Beck? Neither one of these guys can make a sour sound. Beale Gibson told Gregg Allman that there ain't no act harder to follow than Jimmie Hall.
  • Energy jumps out of this performance...

    By mozollini
    The inspiration for Jeff Beck was there. In the hands of producer, rhythm guitarist, Nile Rodgers, Jeff comes off sounding very at home. Nile's very tight, controlled sound is unlike anyone and Beck is a master of the controlled sudden burst of guitar notes that attack and disappear, leaving you wanting more... I have loved this album for 20 plus years.
  • Better Singer?

    By zito5150
    Opinions mean very little, facts seem to elude some...... Jimmy Hall was nominated for Best Male Vocalist Grammy for this album. Rod Stewart was not. They could get a better singer? Are you kidding me?
  • better the third time around

    By snoopy133704
    I bought this the first time for the songs with Rod and Jimmy Hall . I checked this out again on i-tunes and it has aged prettty well. I forgot how good Ambitious and Gets us all in the end as well you know, we know and the rest. As for a song I want played when I leave this earth it is Jeff's Amazing Grace on his live at BB King's official bootleg as well as the A Day In The life version on that same recording...... got it from Jeff's website. Cheers! Jon.
  • Flash by Jeff Beck

    By Dolson1
    While this may not be loaded with hits, this album showcases some great guitar work. When I die I want this version of People Get Ready to be played. Rod Stewart has never been better and Jeff's guitar work is emotionally uplifting.
  • overproduced, great singer

    By detroiter530
    This albums only problem was it was released in 85', when everything sounded like the soundtrack to Beverly Hills Cop. It was like a big contest to overproduce, crazy. As for the singer Jimmy Hall is probably in the top of the ones that got away, this guys one of the best rock singers ever. I know Jeffs said that, I say it and to this day seeing Jimmy Hall live is a religious experience. This guys pipes are unbelievable, please don't die before seeing Jimmy play live.
  • A better singer? C'mon!

    By ken_carpenter
    "They could have found a better singer." Are you kidding me? Would you have preferred Donny Osmond, or Parker Stevenson? (Reference to classic "Ambitious" video.) Jimmy Hall -- of Wet Willie fame -- is the singer. He has one of the best blues-rock voices out there!

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