Les Paul Tribute by Jeff Beck at 2010 Grammys

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  1. Mike Frezon

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    I know the Grammys were held January 31st...but I've been watching the telecast a few minutes at a time when I get the chance and tonight I cannot believe what I just saw/heard.

    A tribute of recently deceased guitar legend Les Paul was performed by Jeff Beck and his band (including singer Imelda May). They performed "How High the Moon" and words don't describe what an incredible job they did. I am blown away by this and don't want to erase it from my DVR (although I know, sadly I will need to).

    Enjoy this, everyone. It's truly special. I think I've just become a Jeff Beck fan.
     
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    Killer! Thanks. Love Jeff, and I love that Les Paul he's got. :)
     
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    I must've played that clip ten times in the last 24 hours.

    The song is contagious enough as it is...but I'll be hearing it in my sleep for the next several nights.
     
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    Originally Posted by Aaron Silverman
     
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    And I highly reccomend Imelda May's album Love Tattoo. I have been listening to it for almost a year now and cannot get tired of it. She really rocks "old school".

    Enjoy!




    And, though not on Love Tattoo, this one also keeps me boppin':



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