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The Yardbirds (Live) - EP

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Album Review

In 1982, for reasons that nobody can quite understand (although no one would argue too much over, either), Columbia Records in America suddenly became interested in re-releasing the Over Under Sideways Down album, and doing it right. The title and original artwork from the U.K. version of the album, and, more importantly, the missing "Rack My Mind" and "The Nazz Are Blue" (left off of Over Under Sideways Down) were retrieved, and the finished mono versions of "Hot House of Omagararshid," "Lost Woman," "He's Always There," and "Turn Into Earth" (as opposed to the improperly mixed and mastered, incomplete stereo versions) were gathered together. The two single A-sides and B-sides "Happenings Ten Years' Time Ago" and "Psycho Daisies" — a pair of hot psychedelic blues numbers featuring the Jeff Beck-Jimmy Page double lead guitar lineup of the band — were added on, and the sound was all cleaned up and the album put out with a new catalog number. And then it was ignored by the public and deleted. This was the best single LP assembly of this album ever put together, in England or America, and is worth tracking down for fans of Beck's guitar playing or of the band in general. [See also The Yardbirds [1966] and Over Under Sideways Down, Rovi


Formed: 1963 in Surrey, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '10s

The Yardbirds are mostly known to the casual rock fan as the starting point for three of the greatest British rock guitarists: Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, and Jimmy Page. Undoubtedly, these three figures did much to shape the group's sound, but throughout their career, the Yardbirds were very much a unit, albeit a rather unstable one. And they were truly one of the great rock bands; one whose contributions went far beyond the scope of their half dozen or so mid-'60s hits ("For Your Love," "Heart Full...
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