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Ron Wood brought the ‘70s to a close with his third solo album, Gimme Some Neck. Leave it to Wood to assemble another top-tier cast of collaborators. All of the Rolling Stones are onboard (save for Bill Wyman), in addition to Dave Mason, Jim Keltner, Mick Fleetwood, and even R&B iconoclast Swamp Dogg. Even Bob Dylan contributes by way of “Seven Days,” on which Wood channels Dylan’s lusty wheeze with uncanny precision. Gimme Some Neck is bookended by two glorious rave-ups —“Worry No More” and “Don’t Worry”— rooted in the Rhythm & Blues and early rock ’n’ roll of Chess Records, Wood’s (and Richards’) first love. However, Wood’s persona is felt most strongly on “Lost and Lonely” and “We All Get Old,” two bittersweet tunes that show the rakish author turning aged and doubtful, but never bitter. Producer Roy Thomas Baker (Queen, Journey, Cars) gives the album a slightly colder, boxier feel than Wood’s previous efforts, but he also allows for “Delia,” a wonderful solo acoustic performance that ends far too quickly.

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"Top Ten" garage band record ever!

I wore out two copies of this (on vinyl); it's one the best "raw" records ever, although the talent line-up is basically Ron's friends from the Stones, the Faces and assorted studio guns. One of those albums with enough variety to have songs end up on every "mix tape" I made. If you love brilliantly sloppy (but actually really tight), loud, "we're doing this for the raw joy" of it records, get it. Otherwise, just get "We All Get Old" and "Come to Realise", and crank the h*** outta your speakers. Bonus for Dylan freaks; "Seven Days" is a real Dylan-penned rocker.


I still can't believe this hasn't turn to be a commercial success... I LOVE everything about this record, love Ronnie and his sound. This is his best work. I guess it's not for everyone especially in this Lady Gaga world we're living in. This right here is rock n' roll. no apologies, no gimmicks, just pure music. The guitar work here is second to none. I like this record more than most Stone's albums....hurry up and get it!!!

Greatest Stones solo record

It's all here, sloppy guitars, funny lyrics, Dylan-esque vocals with warbling harmonies.You can practically hear glasses clink and mirrors scrape. You can almost smell smoke. Sounds like Woody and Keith are having a blast. Best damnned rock album from the late 70's if you ask me. This was the album The New Barbarians toured on in 79' but it never got better than this. It may appear sloppy at first but once you dig in, you can feel how tight this band was recording this. You can hear Keith, Charlie Watts and Jagger all over this record. It's a good time album for sure.


Born: June 1, 1947 in Hillingdon, London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Guitarist Ron Wood has been a member of several "classic" British rock outfits, but the one that he's undoubtedly most associated with is the Rolling Stones, with whom he's been a member since 1976. Born on June 1, 1947, in Hillingdon, London, Wood made his first appearances on record during the mid-'60s, first as guitarist for the Birds and then as a member of the oft-overlooked mod outfit the Creation (Wood only appeared on a smattering of singles, collected years later on the compilation Complete...
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