Truth - Jeff Beck


Jeff Beck

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2000-07-04
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10
  • ℗ Originally Released 1968 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

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Title Artist Time
Shapes of Things Jeff Beck 3:20 USD 1.29
Let Me Love You Jeff Beck 4:44 USD 1.29
Morning Dew Jeff Beck 4:43 USD 1.29
You Shook Me Jeff Beck 2:32 USD 1.29
Ol' Man River Jeff Beck 3:59 USD 1.29
Greensleeves Jeff Beck 1:50 USD 1.29
Rock My Plimsoul Jeff Beck 4:14 USD 1.29
Beck's Bolero Jeff Beck 2:54 USD 1.29
Blues Deluxe Jeff Beck 7:34 USD 1.29
I Ain't Superstitious Jeff Beck 4:52 USD 1.29


  • Rest In Peace.

    By Blue_in_AK
    I had this album in 1968.
  • From The Days That We Actually Had Musicl

    By rah711
    It’s really hard for me to realize how the music has devolved into whatever it is today passing for it. Beck is phenomenal at his craft , and this was a time when Rod Stewart was cool before going completely commercial. He also played along with the Faces back then. Great album.
  • Truth

    By Hipshot777
    The songs are not in the right order..........Its an important feature for us who were there.
  • A Taste Of What Was To Come

    By Jimenides
    As the iTunes review states, this album featured members or future members of The Who, Led Zeppelin, The Stones, and Faces. What other album can say that, and at the same time include Jeff Beck in the picture? These big names aside, the music is simply fantastic. Beck is a master of his craft and ties the whole album together. Rod Stewart is at his best (and least pretentious) here, in my opinion at least. Great stuff.
  • Love This

    By br71488
    one of the greatest guitar albums of the 60s..this album was recorded with an all star lineup. rod stewart is at his best here, jimmy page and jeff becks playing is phenomenal. ronnie wood and john paul jones play great bass, nicky hopkins is great on the piano, and keith moon..hes obv a great drummer so theres nothing to say really..shapes of things, becks bolero, and i aint superstitious are all great songs.
  • Thanks, David

    By RCBinTN
    The remastered version is a much better value. I used to hear this album when working in a restaurant during high school. After hours, we'd retire to the upstairs bar, put on Beck & Stewart, and pour drinks for the staff. Never could find the music until now. Have not listened yet but still hear Jeff & Rod in my head from 37 years ago. A must have for all fans.
  • Remastered Verison Also On Itunes

    By Davey126
    There is a remastered verison also on itunes that has 18 tracks
  • A defining album for the late '60s

    By Olddrummerman
    Ok, I may be prejudiced, during the late ‘60s I practically lived at the Fillmore East in the East Village of NYC. The Jeff Beck Group was one of the best heavy rock bands and this album along with Beck-Ola were just a taste of the intense interaction between Jeff Beck and Rod Stewart (And the rest of the band.) Jeff Made his guitar talk and sing and along with Rod’s vocals, they had a synergy that was spectacular.
  • raw and powerful

    By kittycooties
    Crank it up and rock!!...this is not a highly polished studio album and Jeff Becks axe actually gets sick!! too bad it is missing three cuts...Let me love you,Greensleeves and Blues de-luxe.