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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by EllroyJames, Sep 12, 2019.
I really like those early Ron solo records. And Mac’s and Ronnie’s too.
And this live version with some notable folk at the 1992 Bob Dylan bash.
Macs version is even better.
Always enjoy me some Ronnie Wood. From Jeff Beck to Faces and with Rod. And now the Stones.
I equate Ron Wood joining The Rolling Stones to Joe Walsh joining The Eagles realizing Joe Walsh had a more successful solo career.
I liked his TV show on AXS but it didn't last too long.
Love Ronnie. It's funny, but I still think of him as the new guy.
Woody "blue blood on my fist...your teeth on the floor..." lol
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
* a good ' tone ( really) is in the fingers' example IMO, as it is very simple/ minimal effects/naked guitars, right there...