Guitar titan Jeff Beck talks with Fender Vision about what drives his practicing and how he must be “the most irritating person to live with,” for whomever has to listen to it! Beck also mentions that he’s been playing a Start since 1959 and is still discovering new ways to use it and that for him it remains the perfect instrument.
Beck also shares his passion for building cars and discusses his Emotion & Commotion album, released April 2010 on ATCO Records. The album includes a 64-piece orchestra on several tracks, and guest vocals from Joss Stone and Irish vocalist Imelda May.
This is the tenth studio album from the notoriously perfectionist guitarist, who began his career by replacing Eric Clapton in The Yardbirds in 1965 on Jimmy Page‘s recommendation, Beck has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame both as a member of The Yardbirds and as a solo artist.