After Rod Stewart left the Jeff Beck Group in 1971, Beck never worked with a charismatic lead singer who could have helped sell his music to a wide audience. Furthermore, he was simply too idiosyncratic, moving from heavy metal to jazz-fusion within a blink of an eye. As his career progressed, he became more fascinated by automobiles than guitars, releasing only one album during the course of the '90s. All the while, Beck retained the respect of fellow guitarists, who found his reclusiveness all the more alluring.
A Short Review;
Max Middleton (he played and play with for example Joe Cocker and Chris Rea),
Tony Hymas and more guys from the past.
Aftfer a car accident he reunited the Jeff Beck Group, with:
In '75 he played with jazz-rythms (B>Bow By Blow);
Richard Bailey- drums &
Philip Chen- bas.
In '89 there is The Guitar Shop with;
Terry Bozzio - known from Frank Zappa &
10 years later;
Pino Palladino- bass,
Manu Katche - drums (Peter Gabriel),
Jan Hammer - keyboards.
Live he plays with the nice lady Jennifer Batten (she played also with Michael Jackson).
You had it comming ('01); is a new refreshing album, with Jennifer Batten.
Session for / with;
GTO (Permanent Damage 69),
Lord Sutch (Screaming Friends 70),
Stevie Wonder (Talking Book 72, he co-wrote Superstion on drums!),
Eddie Harris (72),
Badger (White Lady 74),
Stanley Clarke (Journey to love 75,
School Days 76, I wanna play for you 79,
Time Exposure 84),
Upp (Upp 75),
Narada Walden (75),
Donna Summer (80),
Murray Head (Jokes & Voices 80),
Cozy Powell (Tilt 81),
Amnesty International (Secret Policemans Ball 81),
Tina Turner (Private Dancer 82),
Rod Stewart (for example; 84 Camouflage, 86 & 90),
Phillip Bailey (Inside Out 84),
Diana Ross (Swept Away 84),
Box of Froggs (BOF 84),
Mick Jagger (Shes the Boss 84, Primitive Cool 87),
Buddy Guy (Damm right I got the Blues 91),
Jon Bon Jovi (90), Spinal Tap (92),
Jed Leiber (92),
The Big Townplayboys (93),
Kate Bush, (The red Shoes 93),
Beverly Craven (Love Scenes 93),
Paul Rodgers (93 Muddy Waters Blues) - David Gilmour plays a track too,
Stone Free (A Tribute to Jimmy Hendrix 93),
Roger Waters (Amused to Death 94,),
Willie Lee (95),
Spirit DiVino (95),
Cozy Powell (95),
Jan Hammer (95), John McLaughin (96),
Brian May (97).