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There and Back

Jeff Beck

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Album Review

There and Back, Jeff Beck's first new studio album in four years, found him moving from old keyboard partner Jan Hammer (three tracks) to new one Tony Hymas (five), which turned out to be the difference between competition and support. Hence, the second side of this instrumental album is more engaging and less of a funk-fusion extravaganza than most of the first. If it were anybody else, you'd say that this was a transitional album, but this was the only studio album Beck released between 1976 and 1985, which makes it more like an unexpected Christmas letter from an old friend: "Everything's fine, still playing guitar."

Customer Reviews

There And Back

Jeff Beck is one of the Best. His song pump is like riding down the highway with a smile on your face on sunny afternoon getting off work.

Can't Miss!

Jeff is great but the keyboards are half the fun!

There and Back was the early 80s for me

Musical genius of epic proportion. The Pump made Risky Business back then and makes my commute that much more fun now. So much inventiveness in one album; he set a bar far above so many musicians who have followed. It really was an album that changed my musical taste forever.

Biography

Born: June 24, 1944 in Wallington, Surrey, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

While he was as innovative as Jimmy Page, as tasteful as Eric Clapton, and nearly as visionary as Jimi Hendrix, Jeff Beck never achieved the same commercial success as any of those contemporaries, primarily because of the haphazard way he approached his career. After Rod Stewart left the Jeff Beck Group in 1971, Beck never worked with a charismatic lead singer who could have helped sell his music to a wide audience. Furthermore, he was simply too idiosyncratic, moving from heavy metal to jazz fusion...
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