Jeff Beck - Hi Ho Silver Lining (12" Single)
Released 1982, RAK Label, manufactured in UK
Single sleeve (Generic)
Track 1: Hi Ho Silver Lining
Track 2: Beck's Bolero
Track 3: Rock My Plimsoul
"Hi Ho Silver Lining" is a rock song, written by American songwriters Scott English and Larry Weiss and first released as a single in March 1967 by The Attack, followed a few days later by Jeff Beck. Because the Beck version charted first, the song is most often associated with him.
The song was not included on the album Truth when first released in 1968 (but is a bonus track on the 2006 reissue). Beck performed "Hi Ho Silver Lining" live on the charity benefit show, the ARMS Charity Concert for Multiple Sclerosis, featuring an all-star jam with Steve Winwood and Simon Phillips in 1983. The song was resurrected for the "Together and Apart" Japanese and US tours with Eric Clapton in 2009 and 2010. According to Kate Mossman, writing in The New Statesman, Beck "has likened 'Hi Ho Silver Lining' to having a pink toilet seat hung around your neck for the rest of your life."
(information sourced from wikipedia)
Jeff Beck - Hi Ho Silver Lining (12" Single) 1982, UK
Artists: Jeff Beck
Album: Hi Ho Silver Lining (12" Single)
Label: RAK, 12RR3
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Single Sleeve (Generic) in reasonable condition for it's age, ring wear and general wear marks all over back and front
Vinyl in reasonable condition, play tested, no jumps etc, usual crackling, but nothing to affect listening pleasure.