Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Stream Jeff Beck's 'Emotion & Commotion' In Its Entirety

British guitar legend Jeff Beck is releasing his first studio album in seven years, 'Emotion & Commotion' world -wide April 13th. In advance of release though, for a limited time, through the date of release one can stream the entire album, exclusively courtesy of NPR at this location.

April 13th’s Emotion boasts both originals and covers, including renditions of Jeff Buckley’s “Corpus Christi Carol,” The Wizard of Oz’s “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” and Screamin’ Jay Hawkins’ “I Put a Spell On You,” featuring Joss Stone on vocals.

also finds Beck teaming with a 64-piece orchestra for a handful of tracks, like Gustav Mahler’s “Symphony No. 5,” the Atonement score’s “Elegy for Dunkirk” and Puccini’s “Nessun Dorma.” “It turned out amazingly well, but I didn’t want to commit to an entire album of classical music,” Beck said. “What appealed to me instead was the idea of bringing together these seemingly contradictory sounds on different kinds of nonclassical music.”

Joss Stone also appears on the track “There’s No Other Me.” The original rock compositions on Emotion & Commotion include the wah wah pedal-heavy opener “Hammerhead” and the airy “Never Alone.” Frequent collaborators drummer Vinnie Colaiuta, bassist Tal Wilkenfield and keyboardist Jason Rebello join Beck on the disc, which was produced by Steve Lipson and Trevor Horn.

1 comment:

Stratoblogster said...

The only think wrong with this release is that it's just too short!

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