Ronnie Wood

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  1. PdL

    PdL Silver Supporting Member

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  2. Rumble

    Rumble Instrumental Rocker Silver Supporting Member

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    Probably be quite interesting. His English brethren Status Quo immortalized him in song (Be an all night loon like a Ronnie Wood):

     
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  3. erksin

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    Man I can’t wait to see this - he’s lived (and survived) a truly amazing life.
     
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    He really has had an amazing career. I look forward to seeing this.
     
  5. Franktone

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    I saw Ronnie Wood with the Faces (Rod Stewart) at Maple Leaf Gardens right around 1973 or 74.
    I learned a lot from Ronnie that night. He mostly played rythm guitar and very few solos and I realized that I was watching a really really good rock band despite the lack of lead solos. An incredible band that was.
     
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    Just saw him on this tour. He’s killing it right now with the Stones.
    Only Jagger moves more. Most importantly he’s playing great!!
     
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    His bass playing on Jeff Beck 'Truth' is a master class.
     
  9. DrumBob

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    I'm very much looking for ward to this story of Ronnie's life.
     
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    Didn't know this was coming out, very cool.

    I really dig his first solo record.
     
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    Awesome! One of my all time favorite guitarists & biggest influences! Just saw him at the Rose Bowl w/the Stones - he was AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    My first guitar hero back in 1971.
     
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    You should have seen it live.
    Ronnie did everything Jeff did on his guitar
    On his bass
     
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    I hope this is most excellent! Such a huge fan, and Woody’s been involved in so many important groups. I read his autobiography, and unfortunately it didn’t hold up to Keith’s or Rod Stewart’s. Keef’s was more excavation, and Rod’s was just one long, fun story from a seasoned storyteller. Ronnie’s was a bit flat, which is clearly impossible ;). I get the impression Ronnie’s a much better mate than he is a self-explorer. I hope this doc captures more of his bandmate-ness and his “exploit any pocket” work on guitar and bass.
     
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    The guitar work he did with the Faces blows me away.
     
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    I have come to understand that his playing in Faces had a huge impact on me as a teenager (13YO) , these first 30s are Exhibit A:
     
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    Love his work pre-Stones. I also love how versatile his is, as when he is playing steel on "Bob Wills is still the King."

     
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    Great player, will look forward to seeing the doc
     
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    His best role? Bass player for Jeff Beck. And his guitar playing on the Every picture album.
     
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    Ronnie sounds like whoever he's standing next to. He was Beck with the JBG, Clapton at the Rainbow Concert, and Keef with the Stones. The true Ronnie was with The Faces.
     
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