RONNIE WOOD & BO DIDDLEY - CD
WOODY’S ON THE BEACH VOL.7

LABEL:
StonyRoad
SOURCE:
Miami, Florida, Woody s On The Beach 22 June 1988
FORMAT:
1 downlioad cdr
RUNNING TIME:
63.27
SOUND/SOURCE:
Audience stereo
PACKAGING:
single slimline jewel case
 


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SOUND 6.5 / PACKAGING 9 / PERFORMANCE 9

 

TRACK LIST:
1. Crackin Up, 2. I m A Man, 3. Money To Ronnie, 4. Medley: Around The Plynth-Prodigal Son-Gasoline Alley-Little Red Rooster, 5. Too Late, 6. Honky Tonk Women, 7. Black Limousine, 8. Banter, 9. Bo Diddley s A Gunslinger, 10. You Can t Judge A Book By The Cover, 11. It s All Over Now, 12. Hey, Bo Diddley!

 
REVIEW:
This concert happened the day after the one previously reviewed here with this line-up: Ron Wood on guitar and vocals, Bo Diddley on guitar, vocals and drums, Jim Satten  on guitar, Debbie Hastings on bass and backing vocals, Mike Fink on drums, Hal Goldstein on keyboards, backing vocals and  harmonica; it must be said that there is an unmentioned sax player that can clearly be heard on Little Red Rooster, Too Late and Honky Tonk Women, might have been Bobby Keys.
Like for the previous show there were two versions coming of the same recording but in different quality. The first version used had all tracks edited in the correct order and was in lossless format: so it was a great improvement compared to the previously circulating version!
Note that the beginning of Crackin Up, a segment of I m A Man (2’45) and the end of Black Limousine are still missing!
Some tracks were cut in two parts, so the songs had too be rebuilt and gaps reworked to increase listening pleasure. Thanks to the proximity to the previous concert there is one new song played here Bo Diddley s A Gunslinger, from the huge catalogue of Mr. McDaniels. The recording is not that great, partly due to the audience continuous screams but also due to consistent lack of high frequencies, however the work done allows to listen to this performance without many headaches


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