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Jeff Beck Honors Les Paul (2010) HD online
Language: English
Category: Movie / Music
Original Title: Jeff Beck Honors Les Paul
Director: Milton Lage
Released: 2010
Duration: 1h 27min
Video type: Movie
Filmed on 9 June 2010 at the Irridium Jazz Club in New York City, forever associated with the legendary Les Paul, this Film captures Jeff Beck celebrating the great man with a selection of Les Paul songs and other great rock 'n' roll tracks on what would have been Les Paul's 95th birthday. Jeff Beck is joined by some very special guests including Imelda May and her band led by Darrel Higham on man
Credited cast:
Jeff Beck Jeff Beck - Himself
Gary U.S. Bonds Gary U.S. Bonds - Himself
Barry Ehrmann Barry Ehrmann - Himself
Leo Green Leo Green - Himself
Darrel Higham Darrel Higham - Himself
Darrel Higham Darrel Higham - Himself
Lou Marini Lou Marini - Himself
Imelda May Imelda May - Herself
Lee Newton Lee Newton - Herself
Brian Setzer Brian Setzer - Himself
Trombone Shorty Trombone Shorty - Himself

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    It's safe to say music legend Les Paul, if he was alive to hear this concert, would be driven to tears. It is an absolutely wonderful and superb tribute to the man who "invented the electric guitar." Also, he and Mary Ford combined for some ground-breaking vocals back in the 1950s.

    Today's guitarists, particularly the British, seem to revere the American pioneers in guitar and blues and what better guitarist to pay tribute than Jeff Beck. Also, as it turns out, what better singer to honor Mary Ford than Imelda May? Imelda practically steals the show here with some incredible vocals and great theatrical presence. Her husband, rockabilly man Darrel Higham, also contributes in this concert with stuff that would make the '50s boppers proud. Beck, a big fan of Gene Vincent, pays homage to him, too, starting with his blue cap and pants!

    So, if you want an evening of great instrumentation, vocals and a fun mix of re-done oldies, this is a fantastic DVD to own.