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Beck's Bolero 1966

This instrumental track was recorded in 1966 by Jeff Beck (lead guitars), Jimmy Page (12 string rhythm), John Paul Jones (bass), Keith Moon (drums) and Nicky Hopkins (piano). I had the extended version of this with backwards guitar at the end as the flip side of Beck's single, Hi Ho Silver Lining. However it is best known as a track on Beck's album Truth, minus this end bit. Here is the complete track.

The following is paraphrased from Douglas J Nobles article written based on his interview with Beck: So how did Jimmy Page come to write 'Beck's Bolero'? 'Well, with some difficulty and largely without me! ..... I went over to Jim's house and he had this 12-string Fender and he loved the idea of using a bolero-type rhythm for a rock record. He was playing the bolero rhythm and I played the melody on top of it, but then I said, "Jim, you've got to break away f

Added: Jun-6-2009 
By: Rocket_Smoke
Arts and Entertainment, Other Entertainment
Tags: Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, Keith Moon, Nicky Hopkins
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