Imogen Heap And Jeff Beck – Video
In 2007, Jeff Beck performs a series of concerts at the famous Ronnie Scott’s club in London. Needless to say, they become the “must have ticket of the year”, with a packed audience every night. Imogen Heap who some may not know, comes together with Jeff Beck to perform on Jeff Beck’s DVD. “Performing This Week – Live at Ronnie Scott’s”.
Furthermore, they have other special guests who join him on this project. Besides, Imogen you also have Joss Stone, and Eric Clapton. While we know that Jeff beck is a true rock legend, from his time with the Yardbirds in the sixties, through “The Jeff Beck Group” and throughout his solo career.
Still, most of us are in awe with his unique guitar style and constant desire to explore new musical areas and sounds. Also, these particular performances are special. Winning him the admiration of his peers and the adoration of legions of fans. With recording across the different nights, it gives the performers the ability to present the best version of each track. Below is the video highlighting Imogen Heap:
First off, we have Jeff Beck on the electric guitar, Imogen Heap taking command on the vocals. Also, Vinnie Colaiuta on drums. Jason Rebello on keyboards and Tal Wilkenfeld on bass. As you can see, Beck is a complete master of dynamics and knowing when to lay back. While still serving the song.
Proving how less can be much more when coming from a guitar master. Plus, how can we not notice the beautiful white Strat that evokes memories of the likes of Hendrix, and others that came before him. Pure magic! Check out Beck and Clapton below:
If you like what is here, you can always check out the whole performances on the DVD. There are still copies that you can find on the internet. There’s also bonus material on the DVD, along with a Jeff Beck Interview with him talking about Ronnie Scott’s, his band, the setlist and his guest performers. The release date was in 2009 on Eagle Rock Entertainment.
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