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Jeff Beck — Live+

Jeff Beck — Live+
Label
Rhino Records
Catalog number
R2 549269
Year released
2015
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Related artist(s): Jeff Beck, Nicolas Meier

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2018-12-23
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Gjallarhorn - Grimborg – Gjallarhorn’s last album, Sjofn (reviewed in #21), was one of my top CDs of 2000. The combination of thunderous drums, droning didgeridoo, and female vocals made for a unique sound that really...  (2003) » Read more

La STPO - Tranches de Temps Jeté – There’s just something about the sound of a marimba. No matter how much it sticks to minor keys, no matter how it tries to be dissonant, it ends up sounding cheerful. I don’t know if...  (2007) » Read more

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