Jeff Beck ‎– Hi Ho Silver Lining

Columbia ‎– DB 8151
Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single

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A Hi Ho Silver Lining
Drums [Uncredited] – Clem CattiniWritten-By – Scott English
B Bolero
Bass Guitar [Uncredited] – John Paul JonesDrums [Uncredited] – Keith MoonElectric Guitar – Jeff BeckElectric Guitar [12 String] [Uncredited] – Jimmy PagePiano [Uncredited] – Nicky HopkinsWritten-By – Jeff Beck



B side is titled Bolero on this release, not "Beck's Bolero" as on other copies

Beck and the uncredited musicians recorded 'Beck's Bolero' at IBC Studios, London, on 16 May 1966. The theme was built around inspiration from Maurice Ravel's 'Bolero'. The track was included on Beck's album 'Truth', released 1968.

Other Versions (5 of 34) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
S-313, S 313 Jeff Beck Hi Ho Silver Lining(7", Ltd, RE, Red) Epic, Sundazed Music S-313, S 313 US 2015 Sell This Version
12RR 3 Jeff Beck Hi Ho Silver Lining(12", Single) RAK 12RR 3 UK 1982 Sell This Version
DO-4783 Jeff Beck Hi Ho Silver Lining(7") Columbia DO-4783 Australia 1967 Sell This Version
RR3 Jeff Beck Hi Ho Silver Lining(7", Single, RE) RAK RR3 Australia 1973 Sell This Version
DB 8151 Jeff Beck Hi Ho Silver Lining(7", Single, SOL) Columbia DB 8151 UK 1967 Sell This Version



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November 18, 2017
Notice also that the Bolero track has songwriting credit to Beck not Page. The songwriting credit seems to be correctly attributed to Jimmy Page, in general pop/rock history, and on other copies of the single. So changing the credit to Page seems to be a correction of an error. Therefore, the copies with the Beck credit would be the first issue, those with the Page credit being a little later. I don't have any insider knowledge on this, just shining a light of logic on the question of why we have two different titles and credits on different copies of the single. Incidentally, I'm pleased to be one more voice saying the (Beck's) Bolero track is amazing - hear it on the original single, if you can.