Jeff Beck Emotion and Commotion (Atco Records) Jeff Beck's career is noted for its eclecticism, but even in his own back catalogue of albums there are few collections as diverse as this. As an electric guitarist Beck is at the top of his form, and here displays his full-whisper-to-a-scream range, most succinctly on, of all things, Puccini's Nessun Dorma, performed with orchestral backing and showcasing the vocal quality long evident in the best of his solos. Four tracks feature guest vocalists and showcase Beck's skills at complementing singers. Imelda May sings 1950s tune Lilac Wine, while Joss Stone - whose interpretative skills are beginning to match her exceptional voice - tackles two songs including I Put a Spell on You. Olivia Safe joins Beck for Elegy for Dunkirk. The wah wah-driven Hammerhead and more delicate Serene are vintage Beck instrumentals. Some of this music will be performed tomorrow at the AsiaWorld Arena where Beck makes his Hong Kong debut.