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Ronnie Wood

Ronnie Wood

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Ronnie Wood: I've Got My Own Album To Do

Review by Bud Scoppa, Rolling Stone, 7 November 1974

RON WOOD, whose role in the Faces has paralleled Keith Richard's function in the Rolling Stones, has put together what is less a solo album ...

Ronnie Wood: New Stone Tries a Solo

Report and Interview by Dave Schulps, Trouser Press, July 1979

WHEN TP FIRST interviewed Ron Wood, back in the fall of 1974, the Faces' guitarist and ex-Beckite was more than happy to answer questions about ...


Ronnie Wood (1992)

Interview by Mat Snow, Rock's Backpages Audio, 1992

From the Birds to the Stones, via Jeff Beck and the Faces, rock'n'roll's favourite scarecrow tells the whole story...

File format: mp3 File size: 95.4mb Interview length: 1h 44' 13" Sound quality: ***

Ronnie Wood (2010)

Interview by Gavin Martin, Rock's Backpages Audio, 12 August 2010

The tousled plank spanker on his new record, I Feel Like Playing; on getting sober and the break-up of his marriage; his solo career and his painting, plus encounters with Bob Dylan and jamming with the Yardbirds in 1964!

File format: mp3; file size: 101.6mb, interview length: 44' 23" sound quality: ****


Ronnie Wood

Profile by Penny Valentine, Sounds, 13 January 1973

RONNIE WOOD'S always been pretty modest about his guitar playing. Mention how good it's got over the past two years and he tends to look ...

The Complete Works of Ronnie Wood

Profile and Interview by Nick Kent, New Musical Express, 3 March 1973

REMEMBER A BAND called the Birds? Nope friend, I do not mean the Byrds, Bobby Dylan's old honchos from Los Angeles, nor am I alluding ...

Ron Wood: I've Got My Own Story To Tell

Interview by Andy Childs, ZigZag, September 1974

Earlier this month Warner Bros released Ron Wood's first solo album, appropriately titled I've Got My Own Album To Do (K 56065), so we thought ...

Ron Wood Romps To A Royal Solo Debut

Report and Interview by Michael Gross, Circus, November 1974

IN A SMALL, homemade studio in the depths of Ron Wood's British home, an array of the most famous faces in rock gathered one night ...

Ronnie Wood: Is This The Face Of Violence?

Interview by Rosalind Russell, Disc, 23 November 1974

Ros Russell finds Woody on the warpath ...

Ron Wood Joins the Rolling Stones

Report by Ron Ross, Phonograph Record, June 1975

WITH THE SUDDEN decisiveness of an eagle that spots its unsuspecting prey from hundreds of feet away, the Rolling Stones are touring North and South ...

Now Look Here! This is Bobby Womack

Interview by Barbara Charone, Sounds, 14 June 1975

BOBBY WOMACK is confused. Suffering from an overdose of in-the-studio-excitement and jet lag, he sits on the bed of his hotel room cubicle at Blake's, ...

Ronnie Wood: Now Look (Warner Bros.)

Review by Bud Scoppa, Phonograph Record, July 1975

Hey, this is good. Not good-despite-sloppiness like Wood’s earlier solo album, but unreservedly good. ...

Ronnie Wood - Now Look

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, 19 July 1975

MY H.A.L. PRINT-OUT on Ron Wood sez that his guitar-playing veers from the sublime to the ridiculous (i.e., his playing on Rod Stewart's solo albums ...

'Now Read' Ronnie Wood

Interview by Barbara Charone, Sounds, 26 July 1975

"HEY MICKIE BAAABY," a disc jockey screams loudly after playing 'Get Off Of My Cloud' for the third time that afternoon for the greater metropolis ...

Ron Wood

Interview by Steven Rosen, Guitar Player, December 1975

DURING THE musically bountiful years of the late Sixties, the Jeff Beck Group emerged; it was an outfit of undisciplined nature and unabashed energy. ...

Ron Wood: Cast Your Fate To The Wind, The Faces, Or The Rolling Stones

Interview by Barbara Charone, Sounds, 24 January 1976

THE MINI-CAB DRIVER was confused. "Ron Wood," he kept repeating all the way to Richmond. The name was familiar but it's origin was a mystery. ...

Rolling Stones: We're Nearly Famous

Interview by Barbara Charone, Sounds, 21 August 1976

"WHEN bands have been around this long they should be dead and buried," Keith Richard mused. "But we're still here and you have to live ...

Don't Knock on (Ron) Wood, He's Busy Face-ing the Stones

Interview by Richard Cromelin, Creem, March 1977

"IT'S IN THE contract, you know," says Ronnie Wood, trying to lock his features into a suitably stern Rolling Stones scowl. "You can't be seen ...

The Rolling Stones: Glimmer Twins Held Responsible

Interview by Barbara Charone, Creem, July 1978

"WE CAN DO a lot more with this particular band than any other incarnation of the Rolling Stones," Keith Richard threatened during the Stones' 1975 ...

Ron Wood: Gimme Some Neck (CBS)

Review by Nick Kent, New Musical Express, 26 May 1979

GOOD OLD Honest Ron Wood!! What a nice geezer, what a lad. Always a goofy smile with the everpresent Marlboro hanging from those humble lips, ...

Ronnie Wood: New Stone Tries a Solo

Report and Interview by Dave Schulps, Trouser Press, July 1979

WHEN TP FIRST interviewed Ron Wood, back in the fall of 1974, the Faces' guitarist and exBeckite was more than happy to answer questions about ...

Bo Diddley & Ron Wood: Hammersmith Odeon, London

Live Review by Cathi Unsworth, Sounds, 9 July 1988

AND WHAT a delightful pair they made, Bo 'Jesus' Diddley and Ron 'Not Exactly Picasso' Wood. The main difference between them, I suspect, is that ...

Ronnie Wood

Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, MOJO, April 2007

TO BE A Rolling Stone is a singular occupation. Last autumn, the phone rang at Ronnie Wood's Manhattan lodgings. Hello, it's Hillary Clinton. She said, ...

Ronnie Wood: Now Look

Review by Terry Staunton, Record Collector, December 2008

SANDWICHED BETWEEN the end of his days with the Faces and the beginning of his tenure in the Stones camp, Wood's second solo album was ...

Saving the 100 Club

Report and Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, MOJO, February 2011

"RONNIE WOOD was one of the first musicians I ever met," says Mick Taylor, seated deep in the murk of the 100 Club. "The Cherry ...

Ronnie Wood: "These men were dangerous…"

Interview by Henry Yates, Classic Rock, November 2018

AUTHOR'S NOTE: This is my original version, as submitted to the magazine. ...

see also Birds, The

see also Faces, The

see also Rolling Stones, The


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