Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Jeff Beck - Who Else! (1999)


Jeff Beck - Who Else! (1999)


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Jeff Beck - Who Else!

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1. "What Mama Said"   3:22

2. "Psycho Sam"   4:55

3. "Brush with the Blues" (live)   6:24

4. "Blast from the East"   4:46

5. "Space for the Papa"   7:41

6. "Angel (Footsteps)"   6:30

7. "THX138"   6:15

8. "Hip-Notica"   4:40

9. "Even Odds"   3:29

10. "Declan"   4:02

11. "Another Place"   1:48


Total length:   53:52





Jeff Band Members / Musicians

Jeff Beck – guitar, arrangement, production

Jennifer Batten – guitar, guitar synthesizer

Mark John – guitar (track 10)

Tony Hymas – keyboard (except track 9), sound effects, arrangement, production

Jan Hammer – keyboard (track 9), drums (track 9)

Simon Wallace – synthesizer (track 10)

Steve Alexander – drums (except tracks 2, 9, 10)

Manu Katché – drums (track 2), percussion (track 2)

Randy Hope-Taylor – bass (except track 2)

Pino Palladino – bass (track 2)

Bob Loveday – violin (track 10)

Clive Bell – flute (track 10)

Simon Brint – editing (track 1), production assistance (track 10)

Chris Sheldon – mixing

Bob Ludwig – mastering




Who Else! is the 7th studio album by guitarist Jeff Beck, released on 16 March 1999 through Epic Records. The album reached No. 99 on the U.S. Billboard 200 and marks the end of a decade-long absence of original material from Beck since the release of Jeff Beck's Guitar Shop in 1989. Stylistically it showcases the first addition of electronic and techno music into his repertoire, along with the blues-based instrumental rock and jazz fusion of previous albums.

Fellow guitarist Jennifer Batten, having often cited Beck's influence on her playing, is featured as a collaborator and subsequently joined him on tour for three years. The album features the collaborative songwriting of Tony Hymas. "Brush with the Blues" became a signature tune and concert staple. "What Mama Said" (which samples Dick Shawn's dialogue from the 1963 film It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World) and "Angel (Footsteps)" also made it onto his 2008 album Live at Ronnie Scott's.

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