Jeff Beck-Led Boots

Jeff Beck-Led Boots
From the album Wired (1976) Jeff Beck-Led Boots



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  1. First time I heard this I was reading a Sci-Fi book and This struck me a wholly appropriate alien culture music.
    I consumed as such on a long road trip.
    Really enjoyed it. I was 17 and it was 1991.
    I still love this album and listen to it regularly.
    Jan Hammer and Jeff Beck on the same bill is always going to be a winner.
    Luv and Peace.

  2. The legendary short out-of-synch drum intro by Narada Michael Walden is mesmerizing, and much imitated.

    In an informal recording many years later Walden imitates the intro badly on another YouTube track (if it's still available)

  3. Did anyone mention the bass playing. Wilbur "Bad" Bascomb is awesome. By the way bought this in Korvettes back in the day.

  4. I'm currently 13 and am trying to learn this song on the drums. I've nailed the intro! For some reason, I like playing classic rock music; I think pop music nowadays has branched off from it

  5. Narada Micheal Walden on drums.

    Jeff Beck worked with ONLY the *best*…..

    Which is better than the REST of you fucks, will EVER know!

  6. * Michael Narada Walden absolutely killing it on the drums ! Wired is 42 years young and sounds as if it was recorded yesterday 🙂

  7. Only for connoisseur… La estupenda sincronización y la nítida producción del maestro George Martin, de prmera

  8. Jeff Beck had a huge influence in my guitar style growing up. He's evolved his style over the years, and it still draws me to it.

  9. well while i can't find the Mozart clip i want

    why do the think being the most pop-ular is even a sustainable.. you're not even he Highlander anymore; too busy chasing someone standing still and waiting for you..
    …and the


  10. Years ago as a young drummer in a high school band John Bonham was God. When we decided to learn Led Boots Narada Michael Walden took a seat to the right of JB. Sill blows me away…

  11. ナダラのイントロは衝撃適でノックアウト

  12. Jeff beck was the original guitar hero of the 70s. Basically the Joe Satriani or Vai of the 70s. He inspired that wave of guitarists and nobody could ever sound near close to him. All his alien sounds only Jeff could do

  13. Walden said the cymbal at the start seems mad because the tape rolled just a second or two late — and they decided to keep it.

  14. Exciting and busy in a good way. I came here as a devotee of Gary Moore's Back on the Streets. In fact, some of Santana's output is connected with this. Anyway, brilliant stuff!

  15. Talent, LMAO this beautiful human being is to music as love is to life.. keep rolling Jeff u r the alpha..

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