WOOD, RON - DVD
LIVE AT GOLDEN NUGGET

LABEL:
Northern Disc 3299
SOURCE:
The Golden Nugget, Atlantic City 21 April 2012.
FORMAT:
1 picture DVD-R,16:9, NTSC
RUNNING TIME:
1.31.15
SOUND/SOURCE:
Dolby Digital 2.0
PACKAGING:
Standard DVD Clamshell
 


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SOUND 8 / PACKAGING 7 / PERFORMANCE 9

 
TRACK LIST:

1. Introduction, 2. Am I Grooving You?, 3. Cindy Incidentally, 4. Thing About You, 5. Seven Days, 6. Sweetness My Weakness, 7. Black Limousine, 8. I Gotta See, 9. (I Know) I m Losing You, 10. Ooh La La, 11. Spoonful, 12. Flying, 13. Statesboro Blues, 14. It s Only Rock n Roll, 15. Dance Part 2 (If I Were a Dancer), 16. Worried Life Blues, 17. Stay With Me.

 
REVIEW:

This DVD release presents the latest Ron Wood concert from Atlantic City's The Golden Nugget, a one night only event that saw Wood flanked by some friends: Bernard Fowler on vocals, Chuck Leavell on keyboards and vocal on Statesboro Blues, Andy Wallace (who played with Roger Waters) on keyboards too, Willie Weeks on bass and   Steve Jordan on drums. The setlist presents stuff from his very first solo album to the latest as well as tracks from the Faces, Stones, Dylan and even an Allman Brothers live favourite (Blind Willie McTell anthem Statesboro Blues) sung by Chuck Leavell; even if this is an audience recording it was filmed in High Definition (there is a blue ray-r version too circulating) and presents an excellent detailed close up footage as well as a good audio recording; it was shot from front stage apparently from a bit behind and it is very steady. Staying off alcohol for over two years has certainly benefitted Wood as his live playing is much better, his solos (check the ones on Seven Days and I Gotta See) are fluent and he is full of energy and focused all the time, making each song a crafted sample of his trademark style. The show will be replicated in London on 30 June with more friends coming (Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor amongst them) and it is quite possible that an official live disc will come out, for now this release is the closest thing we can get. Packaging here is rather average with no great visual impact, let s say it is not up to the standard of the recording contained inside.

 


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