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Goodbye Solo YIFY _VERIFIED_


Memphis musician Don Nix played sax in the Mar-Keys with Jeff Beck Group producer Steve Cropper. He also wrote "Going Down" in the late '60s. Since then, everyone from bluesman Freddie King to the Who and Led Zeppelin to Pearl Jam has played it. Beck's version features a tame vocal by his singer Bobby Tench, but the searing guitar solo soars.




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Along with its cover of the Beatles' "She's a Woman" (see No. 9 on our list of the Top 10 Jeff Beck Songs), Beck's 1975 album also included a pair of cuts penned by Stevie Wonder. The best is this moody, brooding ballad that builds over nearly six minutes to one of the guitarist's most lyrical and celebrated solos. Blow by Blow reached No. 4, Beck's all-time best.


"Freeway Jam" was one of Beck's most popular songs, and for good reason: The solo he fired off was one of his very best. The song was written by Max Middleton, the keyboardist Beck worked with in the Jeff Beck Group as well as on his first two solo albums, Blow by Blow and Wired. It's a grand instrumental showcase for the LP's core quartet.


First of all, there's the band playing on Beck's first solo single, which was recorded while he was still in the Yardbirds: Keith Moon on drums, John Paul Jones on bass and Jimmy Page, who wrote the song, on 12-string guitar. Then there's the song itself, a three-minute, three-part instrumental based on Ravel's classical-music piece that's loaded with guitar effects: slides, dual solos, distortion and a hyper-drive ending that barely catches its breath before swinging back to its original inspiration. Guitar heroism begins right here.


Beck and Page played on only a handful of Yardbirds songs together. This was the first, a Top 30 hit with a chugging guitar riff. "Happenings Ten Years Time Ago" is also notable for featuring one of Beck's few vocals on record. He's the voice behind the mumbled spoken section that carries on during the fuzzy guitar solo.


The Yardbirds' second Top 10 hit (their first, "For Your Love," was released a few months before and featured Eric Clapton on guitar) marked one of Beck's early career highlights. He not only mimicked a sitar during the familiar riff that rings throughout the song, he also busted out one of the first distortion-heavy solos ever recorded.


Memphis musician Don Nix played sax in the Mar-Keys with Jeff Beck Group producer Steve Cropper. He also wrote \"Going Down\" in the late '60s. Since then, everyone from bluesman Freddie King to the Who and Led Zeppelin to Pearl Jam has played it. Beck's version features a tame vocal by his singer Bobby Tench, but the searing guitar solo soars.


Along with its cover of the Beatles' \"She's a Woman\" (see No. 9 on our list of the Top 10 Jeff Beck Songs), Beck's 1975 album also included a pair of cuts penned by Stevie Wonder. The best is this moody, brooding ballad that builds over nearly six minutes to one of the guitarist's most lyrical and celebrated solos. Blow by Blow reached No. 4, Beck's all-time best.


\"Freeway Jam\" was one of Beck's most popular songs, and for good reason: The solo he fired off was one of his very best. The song was written by Max Middleton, the keyboardist Beck worked with in the Jeff Beck Group as well as on his first two solo albums, Blow by Blow and Wired. It's a grand instrumental showcase for the LP's core quartet.


First of all, there's the band playing on Beck's first solo single, which was recorded while he was still in the Yardbirds: Keith Moon on drums, John Paul Jones on bass and Jimmy Page, who wrote the song, on 12-string guitar. Then there's the song itself, a three-minute, three-part instrumental based on Ravel's classical-music piece that's loaded with guitar effects: slides, dual solos, distortion and a hyper-drive ending that barely catches its breath before swinging back to its original inspiration. Guitar heroism begins right here.


Beck and Page played on only a handful of Yardbirds songs together. This was the first, a Top 30 hit with a chugging guitar riff. \"Happenings Ten Years Time Ago\" is also notable for featuring one of Beck's few vocals on record. He's the voice behind the mumbled spoken section that carries on during the fuzzy guitar solo. 041b061a72


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