Jeff Beck’s ‘Blow by Blow’ is his seventh (and first under his name alone) album produced By George Martin and released on March 29, 1975 by Epic.
Track Listing : 1.You Know What I Mean (Jeff Beck, Max Middleton) – 04:05 . 2.She’S A Woman (John Lennon, Paul Mccartney) – 04:31 . 3.Constipated Duck (Jeff Beck) – 02:48 . 4.Air Blower (Jeff Beck, Max Middleton, Phil Chen, Richard Bailey) – 05:09 . 5.Scatterbrain (Jeff Beck, Max Middleton) – 05:39 . 6.Cause We’Ve Ended As Lovers (Stevie Wonder) – 05:42 . 7.Thelonius (Stevie Wonder) – 03:16 . 8.Freeway Jam (Max Middleton) – 04:58 . 9.Diamond Dust (Bernie Holland) – 08:26
Musicians : Jeff Beck – Electric Guitars, Bass . Max Middleton — Keyboards . Phil Chen — Bass . Richard Bailey – Drums, Percussion . Stevie Wonder — Clavinet On (2) . George Martin — Arrangements On (5 – 9)
Production : Produced By George Martin . Vic Anesini – Mastering . Denim Bridges – Engineer . Steven Saper – Engineer
Package : John Berg – Cover Art . John Collier – Illustrations . Jim Marshall – Photography . Mac Randall – Liner Notes . Matt Resnicoff – Liner Notes
Recorded In October 1974 At Air Studios, London.
Released On March 29, 1975 By Epic.
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