Live At The Hollywood Bowl (Live) Jeff Beck

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Label: Rhino, Rhino Records

Genre: Rock

Subgenre: Blues-Rock

Artist: Jeff Beck

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  • 1The Revolution Will Be Televised (feat. Rosie Bones) 03:31
  • 2Over Under Sideways Down (feat. Jimmy Hall & Todd O'Keefe) 02:29
  • 3Heart Full Of Soul (feat. Jimmy Hall & Todd O'Keefe) 01:49
  • 4For Your Love (feat. Jimmy Hall & Todd O'Keefe) 02:36
  • 5Beck's Bolero03:27
  • 6Medley: Rice Pudding / Morning Dew (feat. Jimmy Hall) 05:28
  • 7Freeway Jam (feat. Jan Hammer) 05:01
  • 8You Never Know (feat. Jan Hammer)02:48
  • 9Cause We've Ended As Lovers (feat. Jan Hammer) 03:57
  • 10Star Cycle (feat. Jan Hammer) 05:57
  • 11Blue Wind (feat. Jan Hammer) 04:22
  • 12Big Block05:03
  • 13I'd Rather Go Blind (feat. Beth Hart & Jan Hammer)07:06
  • 14Let Me Love You (feat. Buddy Guy)04:36
  • 15Live In The Dark (feat. Rosie Bones) 04:17
  • 16Scared For The Children (feat. Rosie Bones) 06:22
  • 17Rough Boy (feat. Billy Gibbons) 05:11
  • 18Train Kept A-Rollin' (feat. Steven Tyler)03:23
  • 19Shapes Of Things (feat. Steven Tyler) 03:05
  • 20A Day In The Life 05:23
  • 21Purple Rain (feat. Jan Hammer, Beth Hart, Rosie Bones, Jimmy Hall & Steven Tyler) 06:39
  • Total Runtime01:32:30

Info for Live At The Hollywood Bowl (Live)

In the summer of 2016, Jeff Beck celebrated 50 years of his musical career with a special concert at the famous Hollywood Bowl. The setlist reached back to his first recordings with The Yardbirds in 1966 and came right up to date with tracks from his most recent album Loud Hailer. As the evening progressed he was joined by many of the great musicians he has collaborated with over the years including Billy F. Gibbons, Buddy Guy, Jimmy Hall, Jan Hammer, Beth Hart and Steven Tyler. The show climaxed with the guests all joining forces for an exhilarating encore performance of Purple Rain in tribute to Prince, who had passed away a couple of months before the concert.

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