Ron Wood

Ron Wood - 1234 (1981) {2006 Japan Mini LP DSD Remaster}  

Posted by ruskaval at Sept. 13, 2014
Ron Wood - 1234 (1981) {2006 Japan Mini LP DSD Remaster}

Ron Wood - 1234 (1981) {2006 Japan Mini LP DSD Remaster}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 272 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 88 Mb
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© 2006 Columbia / Sony Music Japan | MHCP-1026
Rock / Hard Rock / Blues Rock

Digitally remastered reissue of Ron Wood's album originally released in 1981. DSD remastered in 2006. Includes a special cardboard sleeve case. Every aspect of this Rolling Stone's solo album screams of superstar indulgence, from its bizarre cover shot – look, there's Ron riding a camel under some jets – to co-producer Andy Johns' fawningly surreal back cover exhortation to "don't let anybody tape it because the label needs the money." There's no chance of such an occurrence: three studios are credited – and every track boasts a different lineup.
Ron Wood & The First Barbarians - Live From Kilburn (1974) [CD+DVD] {2007 Wooden Records Edition}

Ron Wood & The First Barbarians - Live From Kilburn (1974) [CD+DVD] {2007 Wooden Records Edition}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 355 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 145 Mb
DVD -> 3.49 Gb | All Regions | NTSC 4:3 | Dolby AC3, 2 ch | ~ 62m | ISO Image
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© 2007 Wooden Records | CDWDN4
Rock / Hard Rock / Blues Rock

Live from Kilburn, the second in what may be an ongoing series of archival releases from Ron Wood's vaults, is rawer and rougher than the first, Buried Alive: Live in Maryland. Essentially, this is an official bootleg – containing a CD and a DVD of the entire show – of the first solo concert Woody played in support of his first album, 1974's I've Got My Own Album to Do. When Ronnie took to the stage he was supported by his new Stones bandmate Keith Richards, his old bandmate keyboardist Ian McLagan, bassist Willie Weeks, and drummer Andy Newmark – in other words, this is not the New Barbarians of the late '70s, but close enough that it's cleverly billed as the First Barbarians on this release.

Ron Wood - Gimme Some Neck (1979) {CBS}  

Posted by ruskaval at Aug. 24, 2014
Ron Wood - Gimme Some Neck (1979) {CBS}

Ron Wood - Gimme Some Neck (1979) {CBS}
XLD rip | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 259 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 93 Mb
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© 1989 CBS Inc. | 466331 2
Rock / Rock & Roll / Blues Rock

Already a member of the Rolling Stones for four years by 1979, Ron Wood issued his fourth solo release, GIMME SOME NECK. Like his first two solo albums (1974's I'VE GOT MY OWN ALBUM TO DO and 1975's NOW LOOK), NECK boasts an all star guest list. The list is long, but such renowned rockers as Dave Mason, Mick Fleetwood, Ian McLagan, and such fellow Stones members as Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and even the man Wood replaced in the Stones, Mick Taylor, appears. Featured are the previously unheard Bob Dylan original "Seven Days" and the guitar-heavy rocker "Buried Alive." Producer Roy Thomas Baker keeps things simple (unlike his work with Queen and the Cars), which makes GIMME SOME NECK another tasty slice of fun and sloppy rock n' roll.
Ron Wood & Ronnie Lane - Mahoney's Last Stand (1976) {1998 New Millennium Remaster} [re-up]

Ron Wood & Ronnie Lane - Mahoney's Last Stand (1976) {1998 New Millennium Remaster}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 339 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 130 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 34 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 1998 New Millennium | PILOT 29
Rock / Rock & Roll / Blues Rock

Only in the 70's could a 'motion picture soundtrack' be made for a non-existent movie! The then-newly appointed Rolling Stones guitarist decided to try something a little different on his third solo release overall, so he rounded up yet another all star cast of rockers - something Wood seems inclined to do with each solo album. Present were some of his ex-bandmates in the Faces (Ronnie Lane, Kenny Jones, Ian McLagan), as well as such other rock notables as Rick Grech (ex-Blind Faith) and a few Stones sidemen (pianist Ian Stewart and horn-blowers Jim Price and Bobby Keys). Comprised of both instrumentals and actual songs, MAHONEY'S LAST STAND remains the most curious of Wood's solo releases.

Ron Wood - Now Look (1975) {2008 Rhino Remaster} [re-up]  

Posted by ruskaval at Aug. 11, 2014
Ron Wood - Now Look (1975) {2008 Rhino Remaster} [re-up]

Ron Wood - Now Look (1975) {2008 Rhino Remaster}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 333 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 112 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 15 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2008 Rhino / Warner | 8122-79905-4
Rock / Hard Rock / Blues Rock

1975 turned out to be a major year for Ron Wood. He split from his longtime band of drinking buddies, the Faces, became a full-time member of the Rolling Stones(taking Mick Taylor's recently vacated spot), and he released his second solo album, NOW LOOK. It's pretty surprising that Wood even had time to put an album together, let alone one that was as strong as his debut, I'VE GOT MY OWN ALBUM TO DO. Although it's produced by soul singer Bobby Womack, NOW LOOK followed in the same loose rock 'n' roll direction as its predecessor. The album contains such ragged rock highlights as "I Got Lost When I Found You" (penned by Womack) and "Breathe on Me," the latter containing backing vocals by Keith Richards.
Ron Wood - I've Got My Own Album To Do (1974) {2008 Rhino Remaster} [re-up]

Ron Wood - I've Got My Own Album To Do (1974) {2008 Rhino Remaster}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 321 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 112 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300dpi (jpg) -> 13 Mb | 5% repair rar
© 2008 Rhino / Warner | 8122-79905-3
Rock / Hard Rock / Blues Rock

Up until the early 1970's, Ron Wood was known primarily as a sideman in various bands (The Creation, the Jeff Beck Group, and the Faces). In 1974, Wood took a step out from out of the shadows and issued his first solo release, I'VE GOT MY OWN ALBUM TO DO. His debut has a definite 'home made' feel to it, with such all-star friends as the Face's keyboardist/pianist Ian McLagan and the Rolling Stones' Keith Richards join Wood in the festivities. Standouts include a pair of Richards tracks ("Act Together" and "Sure the One You Need"), a cover of "If You Gotta Make A Fool of Somebody," and the crude n' bluesy album closer, "Crotch Music."
Ron Wood & Ronnie Lane - Mahoney's Last Stand (1976) {1998 New Millennium Remaster}

Ron Wood & Ronnie Lane - Mahoney's Last Stand (1976) {1998 New Millennium Remaster}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 334 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 130 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 32 Mb
© 1998 New Millennium | PILOT 29
Rock / Rock & Roll / Blues Rock

Only in the 70's could a 'motion picture soundtrack' be made for a non-existent movie! The then-newly appointed Rolling Stones guitarist decided to try something a little different on his third solo release overall, so he rounded up yet another all star cast of rockers - something Wood seems inclined to do with each solo album. Present were some of his ex-bandmates in the Faces (Ronnie Lane, Kenny Jones, Ian McLagan), as well as such other rock notables as Rick Grech (ex-Blind Faith) and a few Stones sidemen (pianist Ian Stewart and horn-blowers Jim Price and Bobby Keys). Comprised of both instrumentals and actual songs, MAHONEY'S LAST STAND remains the most curious of Wood's solo releases.

Ron Wood - Now Look (1975) {2008 Rhino Remaster}  

Posted by ruskaval at Jan. 14, 2011
Ron Wood - Now Look (1975) {2008 Rhino Remaster}

Ron Wood - Now Look (1975) {2008 Rhino Remaster}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 333 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 112 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 9 Mb
© 2008 Rhino / Warner | 8122-79905-4
Rock / Hard Rock / Blues Rock

1975 turned out to be a major year for Ron Wood. He split from his longtime band of drinking buddies, the Faces, became a full-time member of the Rolling Stones(taking Mick Taylor's recently vacated spot), and he released his second solo album, NOW LOOK. It's pretty surprising that Wood even had time to put an album together, let alone one that was as strong as his debut, I'VE GOT MY OWN ALBUM TO DO. Although it's produced by soul singer Bobby Womack, NOW LOOK followed in the same loose rock 'n' roll direction as its predecessor. The album contains such ragged rock highlights as "I Got Lost When I Found You" (penned by Womack) and "Breathe on Me," the latter containing backing vocals by Keith Richards.
Ron Wood - I've Got My Own Album To Do (1974) {2008 Rhino Remaster}

Ron Wood - I've Got My Own Album To Do (1974) {2008 Rhino Remaster}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 321 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 112 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300dpi (jpg) -> 9 Mb
© 2008 Rhino / Warner | 8122-79905-3
Rock / Hard Rock / Blues Rock

Up until the early 1970's, Ron Wood was known primarily as a sideman in various bands (The Creation, the Jeff Beck Group, and the Faces). In 1974, Wood took a step out from out of the shadows and issued his first solo release, I'VE GOT MY OWN ALBUM TO DO. His debut has a definite 'home made' feel to it, with such all-star friends as the Face's keyboardist/pianist Ian McLagan and the Rolling Stones' Keith Richards join Wood in the festivities. Standouts include a pair of Richards tracks ("Act Together" and "Sure the One You Need"), a cover of "If You Gotta Make A Fool of Somebody," and the crude n' bluesy album closer, "Crotch Music."
Ron Wood from JBeck Group to Rolling Stones (Documentary)

Ron Wood from Jeff Beck Group to Rolling Stones (Documentary)
Rock History Material | MP3 | 128 Kbs (Radio Recording !)| 140 MB
3 June 2007 | Radio Recording (Podcast) | French