“Some nice stuff you’ve written.”
Man of Music @musical_posts, Orcas Island, Washington State. 16 October 2014.


If you’re interested in how blues-rock influenced the hard-rock guitar
riff and eventually became heavy metal, check Code Zero Radio, times below.
Jeff Beck Group in 1968. Left to right: Ronnie Wood, bass; Jeff Beck, lead;
 Mickey Waller, drums, and a bearded Rod Stewart, vocals.

Bands featured
included the Kinks with “You Really Got Me”, Cream with “Crossroads”,
Steppenwolf
and “Born To Be Wild”, Iron Butterfly’s “Inna Gadda Di Vida”, Led Zeppelin’s “Communication
Breakdown” and a rare airing from August 1968 of the Jeff Beck Group with “Let
Me Love You”.

With Rod Stewart on vocals and Ronnie Wood, now of the Stones, on bass, people forget just how big the Jeff Beck group were in the United States in the 1960s.

Check out a special “How Blues &
Rock Evolved” on Code Zero Radio today and our regular “How Blues Evolved”
slot every Wednesday, Saturday and Monday.



Link here: codezeroradio.com  
on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays at these times:
Central Daylight Time USA: 3pm.       

UK: 9pm. Europe10pm. Australia EDT: 7am Tues, Thurs and Sun).

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