Beck, Bogert and Appice - Beck, Bogert and Appice - 50th Anniversary 12" Red Vinyl LP Record
1LP of 180g Audiophile Transparent Red Coloured Vinyl
Limited Edition 2023 Release of 1500 Individually Numbered Copies
The rock supergroup Beck, Bogert & Appice was formed in 1972 by Jeff Beck, evolving from the Jeff Beck Group. In addition to Beck, the trio consisted of bassist Tim Bogert and drummer Carmine Appice, who had previously played together in Vanilla Fudge and Cactus. They only released one studio album, Beck, Bogert & Appice, which came out in 1973 and features a mix of (hard) rock, blues and funk. The album contains Beck's version of "Superstition", written by Stevie Wonder. It was produced by Don Nix, who is one of the more obscure figures in Southern soul and rock and has worked with Freddie King and Furry Lewis amongst others.
A1 Black Cat Moan A2 Lady A3 Oh To Love You A4 Superstition
B1 Sweet Sweet Surrender B2 Why Should I Care B3 Lose Myself With You B4 Livin' Alone B5 I'm So Proud
2023 Music On Vinyl Release - MOVLP3276C UPC: 8719262027022
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