in Classic Rock Jeff Beck – Air Blower August 16, 2008, 3:57 am 1.5k Views 37 Comments Great solo effort by J. Beck off of the album Blow by Blow. WOnderful little instrumental LP. Jeff Beck – Air Blower source Add to FavouritesAdd to Collection Jeff Beck See more Previous article Blue Oyster Cult: Divine Wind Next article The Charlie Daniels Band – The Devil Went Down to Georgia (live) 37 Comments Leave a Reply smooth as Reply Another good fusion album Billy Cobham's Spectrum Reply considering this song has been on here since August 2008 I'm surprised this song doesn't have any more views Reply @Doobie1975 Same. =/ Reply Un album que je ne me lasse jamais d'écouter… Duo basse/batterie impressionnant… Reply The Bass player is twirling off into space like a space cowboy. Reply One of the best sounding artists to listen to on a good set of speakers Reply goes great with acid! Reply The drum fill at 1:00 leading into Beck's first solo is one of the finest I've ever heard. Dude hits about 6 cymbals. I just love it. Reply What other bands do this rockin jazzy synth laden stuff well? I have just become a huge fan of this album and want more stuff just like this. I love his guitar noodling and how he puts in really funky synth lines and cool effects, like talk box Reply BLOW BY BLOW IS THE FUNK-ROCK. Reply hfield! thanks man for posting!! incredible song!! Reply Richard Bailey is a great drummer.I like his funky drumming…Awesome! Reply im not. the really good music is the stuff no one listens to Reply Emerson, Lake and Palmer do something similar, but instead of a master guitarist, they use a master synth, piano, organ etc. artist. Reply In your head is a journey, a story of a journey, keep going, just like the rest of us you're exploring space, unless you're one of its inhabitants. Reply I imagined Jeff With Jaco Pastorious…. Reply The most underrated song of the most underrated albums of all time. That would make this a most underrated song ever wouldn't it. God damn, thank you,. Reply I won free tickets to Jeff's show Sunday, April 19, 2015, at Boston's Orpheum Theatre! Reply Love your music,….really good Reply Great work with George Martin Reply Jeff Beck's finest album and not very much compares to this…..It was way ahead of it's time….Goes to show that funk, rock and jazz can all work together with the right captain driving the ship properly…… Reply this is just what the doctor ordered. Reply Frenetic fantastic. Reply Yea baby! 🙂 😀 Reply Imagine this is one of the first albums purchased in your childhood. No wonder I wanted to become a guitar player but baseball was my first and only true love, hah hah. Reply The Worlds best guitar player that ever or ever will exist period 🙂 Reply I never noticed the little bit that sounds like "What is Hip." Jeff Beck is the greatest! Reply I bought this record a while ago but I haven't given it the love it deserves… definitely need to play this more! Reply 20年前に演奏したわー Reply This album changed my musical life…so, I guess my life period. Reply driving hard in the wet with a turbo car = slipping and sliding – hard braking power on up around the bend = a clearing climbing the mountain the sun breaks through and to the top we go ! Reply Tune where have you been all my life! Reply Don't remember if Chen or Bascomb play the bass.. Reply Not taking anything away from the master Beck, but this always reminds me of 'Ballroom Blitz' on that main refrain. Reply Intro reminds me of the bridge? to What is Hip by Tower of Power Reply Blow by Blow is such a great album. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for the newsletter!