Personnel Jeff Beck – electric guitars, acoustic guitar on "Greensleeves"; pedal steel guitar on "Shapes of Things"; bass guitar on "Ol' Man River"; lead vocals on "Tallyman" and "Hi Ho Silver Lining", co-lead vocals on "Let Me Love You"
Rod Stewart – lead vocals, backing vocals on "Hi Ho Silver Lining", possible backing vocal on "Tallyman"
Ronnie Wood – bass guitar
Micky Waller – drums
Additional credited personnel
John Paul Jones – bass guitar on "Hi Ho Silver Lining" and "Beck's Bolero"; Hammond organ on "Ol' Man River" and "You Shook Me"; arrangements on "Hi Ho Silver Lining"
Nicky Hopkins – piano on "Morning Dew", "You Shook Me", "Beck's Bolero" and "Blues Deluxe"
"You Know Who" – drums on "Beck's Bolero"; timpani on "Ol' Man River" You Know Who is actually Keith Moon
Additional uncredited personnel
Madeline Bell – backing vocals on "I've Been Drinking"
John Carter and Ken Lewis – backing vocals on "Tallyman"
Clem Cattini – drums on "Hi Ho Silver Lining"
Aynsley Dunbar – drums on "Tallyman" and "Rock My Plimsoul (single version)"
Jimmy Page – 12-string electric guitar on "Beck's Bolero"
jandl100 and Tim Some thoughts from me: I wouldn't recommend any of those three as a first dip into Jeff Beck's work, myself. OK, possibly Emotion & Commotion, but if you don't like 'You had it coming' you probably aren't going to be predisposed towards that either.
'Guitar Shop' is the one I always suggest people try...
Thanks, Chris. Just now tried that on Qobuz with headphones and enjoyed it.
I don't seem in the mood for full on rock atm, so Where Were You and Two Rivers were standouts for me. I'll have another play on speakers at a less anti-social hour.