Beck Bogart & Appice - Live '73 and '74 Vinyl 4LP Set
Beck Bogart & Appice - Live '73 and '74 Vinyl 4LP Set
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Beck Bogart & Appice - Live '73 and '74 Vinyl 4LP Set

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Expected release 15/09/23

LP1
Superstition
Lose Myself With You
Jeff's Boogie
Going Down
Boogie
Morning Dew

LP2
Sweet Sweet Surrender
Livin' Alone
I'm So Proud
Lady
Black Cat Moan
Why Should I Care
Plynth / Shotgun (Medley)

LP3
Satisfied
Livin' Alone
Laughin' Lady
Lady
Solid Lifter
Jizz Whizz

LP4
Name The Missing Word (Prayin')
(Get Ready) Your Lovemaker's Coming Home
Superstition
Blues De Luxe/You Shook Me
(Rainbow) Boogie

BBA was a short-lived super group made up of Jeff Beck (Guitar/Vocals), Tim Bogert (Bass/Vocals), and Carmen Appice (Drums/Vocals). Their brief, meteoric trajectory as a band included the 1973 release of their eponymous debut studio album, Beck, Bogert & Appice.  On May 18th and 19th 1973, they recorded a live show at Koseinenkin Hall in Osaka, Japan, which was released as Live In Japan. The album was only released in Japan and has not been in print widely for some time.

Jeff Beck’s team also discovered a previously unreleased live show recorded at the Rainbow Theatre in London on the 26th of January 1974. The original masters were located and cleaned up where necessary by all three band members, with full approval by Carmine Appice, Tim Bogert, who passed away in 2021 and Jeff Beck, who passed earlier this year. These two amazing live shows will now be properly released or the first time in five decades as Beck, Bogert & Appice Live 1973 & 1974.

Both shows include an eclectic mix of rock, blues, boogie and experimental cuts that reflect the musical prowess of the super group. “Superstition” appears in both concerts, with a heavy pocket groove, highlighted by Beck’s solo and Talk Box contributions.  “Going Down” and “Morning Dew,” featured in the Japan set, went on to become ongoing staples in Beck’s live show. The skill and musicianship of Appice and Bogert are displayed throughout and Beck’s unmatched guitar process is in full effect.  

Beck, Bogert & Appice Live 1973 & 1974 will include an expansive booklet with extended liner notes detailing the story of the group by music journalist/manager Bruce Pilato, along with memorabilia, archival photos, and a replica poster.