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Album: Live and Exclusive from the Grammy Museum (Bonus Videos)

Artist: Jeff Beck

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 16

  • Copyright: ℗ 2010 Deuce Music, Ltd., under exclusive license to Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music G

Tracklist For Live and Exclusive from the Grammy Museum (Bonus Videos) By Artist Jeff Beck

Title Artist Time
Corpus Christi (Live At the Gr Jeff Beck 3:21 USD 1.99
Hammerhead (Live At the Grammy Jeff Beck 4:38 USD 1.99
Over the Rainbow (Live At the Jeff Beck 3:09 USD 1.99
Brush With the Blues (Live At Jeff Beck 6:11 USD 1.99
A Day In the Life (Live At the Jeff Beck 5:04 USD 1.99
Nessun Dorma (Live At the Gram Jeff Beck 3:14 USD 1.99
How High the Moon (Live At the Jeff Beck 2:07 USD 1.99
People Get Ready (Live At the Jeff Beck 4:50 USD 1.99
Corpus Christi Carol (Live) Jeff Beck 3:17 USD 1.29
Hammerhead (Live) Jeff Beck 4:30 USD 1.29
Over the Rainbow (Live) Jeff Beck 3:10 USD 1.29
Brush With the Blues (Live) Jeff Beck 6:05 USD 1.29
A Day In the Life (Live) Jeff Beck 4:57 USD 1.29
Nessun Dorma (Live) Jeff Beck 3:14 USD 1.29
How High the Moon (Live) Jeff Beck 2:05 USD 1.29
People Get Ready (Live) Jeff Beck 4:48 USD 1.29

Reviews For Live and Exclusive from the Grammy Museum (Bonus Videos) By Artist Jeff Beck

  • Get a real director for such a thing

    By therealbobster
    I am a BIG Jeff Beck fan. The camera work, directing and editing of this drove me flipping' nuts. This is JEFF BECK!!!!! What we want to see is JEFF PLAY IS DAMNED GUITAR. Not wide shots, 2 shots, behind the back shots, shots of the drummer, bassist, keyboardist ( as great as they are). WE WANT TO WATCH JEFF PLAY THE GUITAR. This director and his team were blind and clueless. ARRRRRRRGGGHHHHHH
  • The video clips sound better than the audio clips

    By Broph
    I listened to the audio files first and was a little disappointed in the quality... but after watching the video clips it was well worth the $11.99. The audio on the video clips sounded better... It wasn't as great as the Live at Ronnie Scott's but Jeff plays different versions of the songs which shows he's always trying to keep us guessing.
  • new live Jeff Beck!

    By cubbo 55
    I haven't even listened to one track yet, but having seen the show at the Fillmore in Detroit, all I can say is thanks for releasing this! Jeff Beck is alone in the pantheon of so called greats - he blows every other electric guitarist into the weeds!
  • Not as good as I wanted but...

    By Greve-Davis
    It's pretty good. Not as good as Ronnie Scotts, but still good. Some problems is that hammer heads into isn't as good and this version of a day in the life isn't as good(but its still good). The highlights are the last two songs. I love the Les Paul tribute and the INSTRUMENTAL version of people get ready is really good as well. Over all this gets a solid 4/5.
  • The Master

    By Descending...
    An unexpected new Jeff Beck album is always a welcome thing. That this is live, in front of an audience, is an even better thing. The sounds that Jeff can coax out of his Fender Strat are otherworldly and nowhere is that more obvious than in a live setting. One of the great things about this new release, and it may also be the reason for its release, is that several songs from Beck's latest studio album, Emotion and Commotion, are represented here. From Corpus Christi Carol to Hammerhead to the Beatles song, A Day In The Life and lastly, the lovely and amazing Nessun Dorma, the E&C selections are nice additions and I suspect this album may find its way next to the Live At Ronnie Scott's disc in my collection. If you know Jeff Beck then there's really nothing I can say... for you already know how special he is as a guitarist. If you are new to Jeff Beck, do yourself a favor and give him a listen to. I guarantee you that he will mesmerize you and blow you away.

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