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Encyclopedia > Wired (album)

Wired is Jeff Beck's solo album. It was the second album Epic Records released in 1976. Wired was certified gold in 1977.

Track listing

  1. "Led Boots"
  2. "Come Dancing"
  3. "Goodbye Pork Pie Hat"
  4. "Head For Backstage Pass"
  5. "Blue Wind"
  6. "Sophie"
  7. "Play With Me"
  8. "Love Is Green"

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Wired 14.09: The Infinite Album (1095 words)
Such is the future of the album, as envisioned by Beck; it's something to be heard, seen, and reconstituted by artist and audience alike.
The very logistics and economics of the music industry are at stake, as one album becomes a long shelf of songs and products, each carrying its own release date, distribution path, and price tag.
I've been toying with the idea of replacing album art with moving graphics that would pop up on your computer when you played songs from the album.
Jeff Beck - Wired Review - sputnikmusic (881 words)
Wired is another one of those album covers, and is almost instantly recognizable by many music fans.
Wired was Beck's first foray from his blues/Yardbirds roots into the world of electronic music.
Wired is a good album, although some might turn a blind eye to it because A) it has the word 'jazz' in the genre title and B) it's all instrumental, if you couldn't tell.
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