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Ronnie Wood has been an integral part of the Rolling Stones since the mid-‘70s. His good-time-Ronnie charm has landed him in rehab, but his rock-star excesses have never interfered with his ability to lay down the perfect riff. 2010’s I Feel Like Playing is exactly like his previous solo albums from the ‘70s where the party is always on. Wood invites as many friends as he can pack into a studio and off they go, with little interest in commercial considerations but with a focus on a great backbeat and the feel of genuine classic rock ‘n’ roll. This album adds Flea, Ivan Neville, Bernard Fowler, Slash, Eddie Vedder, Billy Gibbons and Jim Keltner, among others. “Why You Wanna Go and Do a Thing Like That For” is a great piece of melancholy that shows shades of “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.” “Lucky Man” is a ferocious little piece of Stones-like motoring. Wood’s weather-beaten voice is just the tonic for these sessions. “Spoonful” takes the old Willie Dixon blues standard and shuffles it around. “Well I Don’t Think So,” with Bobby Womack, is the sound of veteran rockers letting loose.

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Nice record!

Always good to hear from Ronnie, like a phone call from an old friend. Thanks for calling Ronnie, don't wait so long next time! No doubt his best solo effort.

I Feel Like Playing

Ronnie Wood does it like a Rolling Stone only better. Great album.

Catch You - By Surprise

Peter Wolf and Ian Hunter have each put out two great albums this decade. Now we can add one more by an aging under appreciated rocker with great pedigree. This album has a great bluesy rock feel that you just don't run into much anymore. This one is going to be on the turntable - I mean IPOD - for quite a while.

Biography

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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