Jeff Beck announces new live album + new studio tracks

Two tracks scheduled for forthcoming live album

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Jeff Beck is to release his first new studio material since 2010.

Two new tracks, “Tribal” and “My Tiled White Floor”, will appear on Beck’s forthcoming album, Live+.

The album will be available from Atco Records, an imprint of Rhino Entertainment, on May 4 on CD and will also be available digitally. A career-spanning set, it was recorded at various venues during 2014 and includes a cover of The Beatles’ “A Day In The Life”.

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The track listing for Jeff Beck Live+ is:

“Loaded”
“Morning Dew”
“You Know You Know”
“Why Give It Away”
“A Change Is Gonna Come”
“A Day In The Life”
“Superstition”
“Hammerhead”
“Little Wing”
“Big Block”
“Where Were You”
“Danny Boy”
“Rollin’ And Tumblin’”
“Going Down”
“Tribal”
“My Tiled White Floor”

Meanwhile, Beck has extended his current American tour.

In addition to already announced dates, Beck will now also play:

May 12 — Louisville, KY @ The Kentucky Center – Whitney Hall
May 14 — Ann Arbor, MI @ Michigan Theater
May 15 — Northfield, OH @ Hard Rock Live
May 16 — Cincinnati, OH @ PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music Center
May 17 — Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium
May 19 — St. Louis, MO @ Fox Theater
May 21 — Chicago, IL @ Chicago Theatre
May 22 — Milwaukee, WI @ Riverside Theatre
May 23 — Minneapolis, MN @ State Theater

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