Jeff Beck's second album — and the first credited to the Jeff Beck Group — originally released in 1969 and featuring Rod Stewart on vocals and Ronnie Wood on guitar.
Legendary English guitarist Jeff Beck, widely considered as one of the most influential and extraordinary players, initially rose to prominence as a member of The Yardbirds (replacing Eric Clapton) and afterward founded and fronted The Jeff Beck Group and Beck, Bogart & Appice. After breaking ground in the rock genre he switched to a more instrumental style in the mid-seventies with a focus on innovative sound, with releases spanning genres and styles from blues, hard rock, jazz fusion, and even electronica.
Beck-Ola stands as a prime example of late-'60s British blues-rock and one of Beck's best records.
- Vinyl LP
- All Shook Up
- Spanish Boots
- Girl from Mill Valley
- Jailhouse Rock
- Plynth (Water Down The Drain)
- The Hangman's Knee
- Rice Pudding