WOOD, RON - CD
WOODY’S ON THE BEACH WITH BO DIDDLEY

LABEL:
StonyRoad
SOURCE:
Miami, Florida, Woody s On The Beach 20th December 1987
FORMAT:
2 downlioad cdrs
RUNNING TIME:
61.39/51.10
SOUND/SOURCE:
Audience stereo
PACKAGING:
double slimline jewel case
 


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SOUND 7.5 / PACKAGING 8 / PERFORMANCE 8.5

 
TRACK LIST:
Disc One:1. Bo Diddley, 2. Little Girl, 3. It s Mine, 4. You Can t Judge A Book By The Cover, 5. Ron Wood Introduction, 6. Crackin Up, 7. Diddley Daddy, 8. I m A Man, 9. Around The Plynth-GasolineAlley-Amazing Grace-Little Red Rooster.

Disc Two:1. Ooh La La, 2. It s All Over Now, 3. Honky TonkWomen, 4. Mona, 5. Who Do You Love?-Star Spangled Banner, 6. Bring It To Jerome, 7. Run Baby Run, 8. Road Runner.

 
REVIEW:

This series is dedicated to the concerts that Ron Wood played at his Miami night club Woody s On The Beach where he often jammed with other musicians and guests. The line-up here is: 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.
This first show was not widely circulating, at least not in a lossless complete version.
The first 15 seconds were a little saturated so volume was lowered for listening pleasure, Ron Wood plays from Crackin Up onwards. Overall the volume was amplified a little bit (+2db) and channel re-balanced (+ 10% for the right one). Little gaps have been deleted and defaults between the tracks with the transitions reworked: now each track begins with a song.
The biggest problem was on   Who Do You Love?   which was cut in 4 segments, with one segment repeated and containing microphone noises on the right channel at 5’23 (note that this segment was non present in the lossy version). Now the song is complete and restored, the default segment was replaced by a 3 seconds patch where just the left channel was duplicated. This is an interesting concert that was actually part of the Gunslingers East coast Tour that began in November 87, the Diddley Wood collaboration produced the Live at the Ritz album and many other shows in USA, Europe and Japan. The sound output is not phenomenal despite the efforts made in reworking the original tapes, but still quite enjoyable a new delicacy for rock fans from all corners of the globe.


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