Jeff Beck - Truth
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1968 Ratings: #47 / 98
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1968 Ratings: #125
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1001 albums you must hear before you die #128

Not bad! Enjoyed this a lot more than the album he did with Johnny Depp at the very least.


This album mirrors my experience with The Yardbirds. Decades of having them built up to me as legends. I had heard For Your Love since I was a kid and loved it. Last year I finally listened to their debut album. I didn't like it much at all. One amazing single and a whole pile of early rock rough cuts. It ends with freaking My Girl Sloopy. I felt the same about this album, except there wasn't one amazing single. I did enjoy Rod's vocals when he got to sing. His voice isn't great but it's ... read more


'Truth' has memorable moments, but overall this really didn't stand out so much for me. There are a few times when Beck decides to play his frantic and exciting solos, however, most of the record is just heavy blues rock that sounds too mechanical. Rod Stewart and Ron Wood have also some fair moments, but well, I'd say that definitely none of the three were at their peak. It's an influential album, I know, but for me, it's quite forgettable, but also not bad.

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Track List

  1. Shapes of Things
  2. Let Me Love You
  3. Morning Dew
  4. You Shook Me
  5. Ol' Man River
  6. Greensleeves
  7. Rock My Plimsoul
  8. Beck's Bolero
  9. Blues Deluxe
  10. I Ain't Superstitious
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Added on: June 13, 2016