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Upp

Upp

Upp


Upp is a former English rock/jazz fusion band, active in the 1970s. The group was originally going to be called 3 UPP, and consisted of Stephen Amazing (bass guitar), David Bunce (guitar), Andy Clark (keyboards) and Jim Copley (drums). Their debut album Upp was released in 1975. Jeff Beck produced and also plays guitars on this LP, although there is no mention of him playing in the liner notes of the album. Upp released their next album a year later titled This way Upp. Read more on Last.fm
Upp is a former English rock/jazz fusion band, active in the 1970s. The group was originally going to be called 3 UPP, and consisted of Stephen Amazing (bass guitar), David Bunce (guitar), Andy Clark (keyboards) and Jim Copley (drums). Their debut album Upp was released in 1975. Jeff Beck produced and also plays guitars on this LP, although there is no mention of him playing in the liner notes of the album. Upp released their next album a year later titled This way Upp.

Beck again produced this album and played guitar solos on "Dance Your Troubles Away" and "Don't Want Nothing to Change". This album was recorded at CBS Studios, London. The group backed Beck on the 1970s BBC One special, Four Faces Of Guitar, which also featured Julian Bream. They played two songs, with an interview about Beck's instrumentation as an intermission between the two. The songs played were "Get Down In The Dirt", and Beck's arrangement of The Beatles' song, "She's a Woman". Read more on Last.fm.

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