Jeff Beck fans at the intimate El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles got a surprise treat last neat toward the end of the show. Beck was joined by onetime Jef
Jeff Beck fans at the intimate El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles got a surprise treat last neat toward the end of the show. Beck was joined by onetime Jeff Beck Group singer Rod Stewart for performances of Curtis Mayfield's "People Get Ready" and Willie Dixon's "I Ain't Superstitious".
Beck was joined afterward for his last two songs by Joss Stone. A friend in attendance said that was great too, but underwhelming. It's not easy to follow a legend, especially on a small stage.
Stewart and Beck's last work together was a version of this song for Beck's 1985 album Flash.
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