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Beck, Bogert & Appice
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Blues Rock, Hard Rock
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1604 mb
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Beck, Bogert & Appice is the 1973 debut album by the band Beck, Bogert & Appice. The group was a power trio featuring guitarist Jeff Beck (who had already been a member of The Yardbirds), bassist Tim Bogert, and drummer Carmine Appice (both formerly with Vanilla Fudge and Cactus). The album contains Beck's version of the song Superstition which was written by Stevie Wonder. Beck had appeared on Wonder's original recording of the song in 1972

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It's also one of the most maddening things about him, too, since it's as likely to lead to flights of genius as it is to weird detours like Beck, Bogert & Appice. It's hard to tell what exactly attracted Beck to the rhythm section of Vanilla Fudge and Cactus - perhaps he just wanted to rock really loud and really hard, beating Led Zeppelin at their own game. Whatever the motivation, the end result was the same - a leaden album, with occasional interesting guitar work smothered by heavy riffs and rhythms that don't succeed on a visceral level.

The courtship of Beck, Bogert and Appice was, to put it mildly, a protracted one. Jeff Beck had first seen Vanilla Fudge play in October 1967, following an eventful 12 months in which he’d been booted out of The Yardbirds, started the Jeff Beck Group and had a major solo hit with Hi Ho Silver Lining Stevie Wonder, a long-time admirer of Beck, had invited him to play on the sessions for his Talking Book album. Beck readily agreed, with the stipulation that Wonder write him a song. The guitarist apparently helped out with the rhythm and some of the lyrics to Superstition, Wonder’s uptempo funk monster, and they recorded a demo in New York.

Lose Myself with You (Beck/Bogert/Appice) 3:16 08. Livin' Alone (Beck/Bogert/Appice) 4:11 09. I'm So Proud (C. Mayfield) 4:12. Источник (релизер): KYOI. Jeff Beck – guitar and vocals, Lead Vocals on (1) Tim Bogert – bass and vocals, Lead Vocals on (4,6,7) Carmine Appice – drums and vocals, Lead Vocals on (2,3,5,8,9). Jimmy Greenspoon – piano Duane Hitchings – piano, Mellotron Danny Hutton – background vocals.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Black Cat Moan
Written-By – D. Nix*
3:47
A2 Lady
Written-By – C. Appice*, D. Hitchings*, J. Beck*, P. French*, J. Bogert*
5:33
B1 Why Should I Care
Written-By – R. Kennedy*
3:33
B2 Lose Myself With You
Written-By – C. Appice*, J. Beck*, P. French*, J. Bogert*
3:18
B3 Superstition (Part 1)
Written-By – S. Wonder*
4:19
C1 Superstition (Concl.)
C2 Sweet Sweet Surrender
Written-By – D. Nix*
3:58
C3 Oh To Love You (Part 1)
Written-By – C. Appice*, J. Beck*, J. Bogert*
4:05
D1 Oh To Love You (Concl.)
D2 Livin' Alone
Written-By – C. Appice*, J. Beck*, J. Bogert*
4:13
D3 I'm So Proud
Written-By – C. Mayfield*
4:11

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KE 32140 Beck, Bogert & Appice Beck, Bogert & Appice ‎(LP, Album, Pit) Epic KE 32140 US 1973
EK 32140 Beck Bogert Appice* Beck Bogert Appice ‎(CD, Album, RE) Epic EK 32140 US Unknown
ECPM-18 Beck, Bogert & Appice Beck, Bogert & Appice ‎(LP, Album) Epic ECPM-18 Japan 1973
EPC 65455 Beck, Bogert & Appice Beck, Bogert & Appice ‎(LP, Album, RE) Epic EPC 65455 Netherlands 1978
EPC 65455, S EPC 65455 Beck, Bogert & Appice Beck, Bogert & Appice ‎(LP, Album) Epic, Epic EPC 65455, S EPC 65455 UK 1973