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By continuing to browse our site you agree to our use of data and cookies. We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below.The end of the incredible Pop musical year 1966 had had brought some major changes...Paul Jones had left Manfred Mann, The Beatles had stopped touring, Pete Quaife had (briefly) left The Kinks, and Phil Spector had fallen off his producer's throne following the failure in the USA of River Deep Mountain High. During that year the group had enjoyed top 10 hits and had recorded their first successful studio album.
By late 1966, the The Yardbirds were facing division. By early 1967, the eye-popping Michaelngelo Antonioni film "Blow Up" was hitting the theatres across Canada.They would never again catch the authenticity of sound that they had found in 1966.The Attack, an excellent British group that featured guitarist (and future Nice-man) Davy O'List, were hot on the heels of Jeff's A-side with their own version which got a Canadian London release (London L.1013). The "Jeff Beck Group" was quickly formed for both live and recording purposes, and around Jeff were the best of the best available in London at the time: Drums - Aynsley Dunbar (from John Mayall) Bass - Ronnie Wood (from The Birds) Vocals - Rod "The Mod" Stewart (from Brian Auger's Steampacket and The Shotgun Express) (Nicky Hopkins would be added later on piano for the second album.In the mostly silent film, filmgoers could see Jeff Beck and Jimmy Page performing The Train Kept A Rolling in London's Marquee club with The Yardbirds.Looking back now, this film was way too cool for its time.