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Bassist Calvin Webster recounted how the trailer had been rescued from the floods in Tennessee as it was being carried away by the raging flood waters.I gave the crowd introduction to Tyler and the band to which Tyler exalted the crowd that it was quite the introduction and that the crowd should give me a hand.Sure theres always the place for the fastest gunslinger in the west.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.He started shaking violently at the table and swatted his head uncontrollably.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.Relaxed by the intimacy of Villa 221 Tyler exclaimed during the show that it was like playing in their living room (to about 70 people) and they rarely get to do that.
Finally there were several band game interludes that were heartily chimed in by the rest of the group.
So as not to let the audience forget where he came from, Tyler meshed in a little solo slow Jimmy Reed blues with the slashing Beck/Hendrix whammy thrashing climax of Where I Want You before ending the set only to do an encore as they would have had to run the gauntlet of the crowd to get away with less. Most of all, go see Tyler open solo with his wah wah acoustic for Jeff Beck on the Canada and NW United States dates coming in October.
We trust at the very least he will be joining Jeff and band for the soon to be re-released updated 2011 version of Sylvester Stewarts (Sly Stone)I Want To Take You Higher. When we heard about Martin Power's new biography of Jeff Beck, "Hot Wired Guitar" that is set for worldwide release the end of September 2011, we were of course eager for details.
Such can be said for Jeff Beck summed up most recently by two diverse associations in Jeff Becks career, the fleeting passing of ships in the night with Herbie Hancock and the person that for the past dozen or so years that he has spent the most working time with, Jeffs guitar and sound maestro Steve Prior.
At the Grammy Awards last February Jeff was bashfully unsettled at being prodded to the stage to co-accept the award for Herbies arrangement of Imagine along with Herbie and the other contributing artists. Jeff said where in Hancocks retort with an appreciative smile was Yeah, man but those were the best eight notes.