WOOD, RON - CD
RON WOOD ORCHESTRA WOODY’S ON THE BEACH VOL.3

LABEL:
StonyRoad
SOURCE:
Miami, Florida, Woody s On The Beach 2 January 1988
FORMAT:
2 downlioad cdrs
RUNNING TIME:
61.38/49.32
SOUND/SOURCE:
Audience stereo
PACKAGING:
double slimline jewel case
 


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SOUND 7.5 / PACKAGING 9 / PERFORMANCE 9

 

TRACK LIST:

Disc One:1. Band Introduction And Tuning, 2. Peter Gunn Theme, 3. It s All Over Now, 4. Carol, 5. Am I Grooving You, 6. Mystifies Me, 7. Little Troublemaker, 8.  The Stumble, 9. Ooh La La, 10. Medley: Around The Plynth-Gasoline Alley-Prodigal Son-Amazing Grace-Little Red Rooster

Disc Two: 1. Truly, 2. Breathe On Me, 3. I Can Feel The Fire, 4. I m A Man, 5. Smokestack Lightning-Hoochie Koochie Man, 6. Outlaws.

 
REVIEW:

Here is another show from the Ron Wood Orchestra, just 2 days after the previous one; this version comes from a cdr called Troublemakers On The Beach that was used here, as it was the only lossless version available. Volume was   amplified a little bit (+4 to 5db) and channels re-balanced in the first tracks. Note: some microphone noises were coming from the recorder but often between the songs. Some have been deleted but others remain (for example at the beginning of the tape, at the end of Am I Grooving You, Mystifies Me and in the introduction of Truly. Some microgaps and/or noises in the introduction of Truly at 5’56 and at the beginning of Outlaws were cancelled.

The third volume in this series presents a concert whose line-up was: Ron Wood on guitar and vocals, Ian McLagan  on keyboards and vocals, Bobby Keys on sax, Johnnie Lee Schell on guitar and vocals, Will McGregor on bass, Mike Fink on drums and Hal Goldstein on keyboards; there is also Art Wood on vocals on Smokestack Lighting-Hoochie Koochie Man. The show is similar to the previous one, but unfortunately only available as audience source, however a good one. The setlist is quite similar except for the encore where Ron s elder brother Art (who was also present at the other show) gets on stage to sing, leaving Outlaws the ending song.


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