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"Jeffs Strat was feeding back almost uncontrollably.Jeff, obviously not happy at that moment and starting to look angrily around, was circumvented by a spread eagle diving guitar tech Al Dutton literally onto the sprawled stage floor on top of Jeffs effects boxes.Gifted with an ample supply of curly locks, seems Graham was an inviting home for a tiny baby sparrow just looking for a place to call home.After being buzzed by a summer shallow seeking Tarpon, Tyler was ready for ocean time relaxing and kicking some butt on the opening night of the Florida tour swing.However Jeff has always chosen that path sparingly and wisely so that tunes like 'Scatterbrain' and 'Big Block' are always fresh, vigorous, and dont become shop worn.
It also allows the listener at times to relate to little inflected lines from other past artists and peers like 'Low Rider' done on this past tour and reverting back through the career catalogue 'Strangers In the Night and 'Groovin' among others.
A night before show dinner saw Tylers other six string guitarist, Graham Whitford, provides a comic thrill.
He started shaking violently at the table and swatted his head uncontrollably.
Yet when those lines are weaved into the performance they all sound like Jeff, as if the original tunes had indeed been written for him although we know they werent. After espousing how Jeff Beck was his favorite guitarist and loving being able to go out on the road with him, young Tyler Bryant turned and asked me, Have you ever seen Jeff lose it on-stage?
Lest this editorial ramble on for too long let this Editor add another description of Jeff Becks artistic genius I think we all can agree on in its simplicity. I could sense that somehow Tyler wanted validation that Jeff was actually human and from this universe so I chuckled and told him about the Atlanta fall 75 show when the Blow By Blow tour continuation was sandwiched in between opener Aerosmith and The Faces with Rod Stewart.