Editors’ Notes Jeff Beck's influential and innovative sounds—spanning blues, jazz fusion, electronica, and more—owe a debt to his own predecessors. The radioactive charge of Link Wray's “Rumble” heralded his gritty tones and arrangements. His poppier melodies and precision trace back to ditties like Les Paul & Mary Ford's “How High the Moon,” while Chuck Berry's fretwork on songs like “Mad Lad” affected his early rock ‘n' roll licks.

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