Ron Wood - Take A Look At The Guy

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  1. EllroyJames

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    I really like those early Ron solo records. And Mac’s and Ronnie’s too.

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    Seven Days.

     
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    And this live version with some notable folk at the 1992 Bob Dylan bash.

     
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    Macs version is even better.

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    Always enjoy me some Ronnie Wood. From Jeff Beck to Faces and with Rod. And now the Stones.
     
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    I equate Ron Wood joining The Rolling Stones to Joe Walsh joining The Eagles realizing Joe Walsh had a more successful solo career.
     
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    I liked his TV show on AXS but it didn't last too long.
     
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    Love Ronnie. It's funny, but I still think of him as the new guy.
     
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    Woody "blue blood on my fist...your teeth on the floor..." lol

     
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    LONG SENTENCE:

    This was purely subliminal as I got this album when I was 11, years before playing guitar- but ( from years of constant listening as I only had a few recordsI learned a lot of how I play R&R, R&B, electric Country, as well as Country/folk acoustic guitar
    comes almost directly from listening to what Ron Wood ( and Martin Q) played all over
    Rod Stewart's " Gasoline Alley"

    I just would not know this for many years ( not a note for note thing, but picking up playing style realization!) )

    The entire album is how to play all kinds of tasty-ass guitars and parts without going over the top to make a fantastic ensemble record with Rod and company.
    A must have for someone into old school roots/R&R guitar. A treasure
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    * a good ' tone ( really) is in the fingers' example IMO, as it is very simple/ minimal effects/naked guitars, right there...
     
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