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I've Got My Own Album To Do (Rhino Encore Series)

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Product details

  • Audio CD (3 Aug. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rhino
  • ASIN: B001BS4REK
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 65,606 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. I Can Feel The Fire
  2. Far East Man
  3. Mystifies Me
  4. Take A Look At The Guy
  5. Act Together
  6. Am I Grooving You
  7. Shirley
  8. Cancel Everything
  9. Sure The One You Need
  10. If You Gotta Make A Fool Of Somebody
  11. Crotch Music

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By Ianham VINE VOICE on 15 April 2010
Format: Audio CD
The fact that Amazon currently displays the track listing for Ronnie's other album "Now Look" is no doubt just a bit of a boob but it does echo the disservice that Ronnie has received down the years.

Perenially identified as a sideman even by himself, this is a great album. The correct listing is available elsewhere and I won't dwell on that. What I will say is that the album delivers what you would hope - faces/stones type rockers/ballads/reggae bar-room mish mash. Superb choppy guitars abound - the slurred pained vocals are a dream and fit the top notch songs like a glove. OK.. Ronnie has his faults - it never detracts from his music (at least on this CD and the aforementioned equally fine "Now Look") but it may explain why he is loved rather than lauded.

His music is honest and inspiring - impervious to the march of time or vagaries of fashion. Like all masters of their craft - he makes the difficult sound incredibly easy. Appearing relaxed and yes - sloppy whilst delivering great song after great song is an art form not to be scoffed at - many have tried few have succeeded. Why some critics seem to denigrate that ability is beyond any reason. The man's music is the essence of Rock 'n'Roll regardless of his lifestyle.

With mucho respect to the Black Crowes, the only one that I can recall who has managed to come close is Izzy Stradlin (with his Ju Ju Hounds) even then he had the help of The Great Man himself. So ignore the received wisdom of critics this is a great album and one to be cherished. Buy without hesitation. The Stones never really used this man's talent or appreciated it - sad but true.

My only adverse comment is that the CD could do with a 24 bit remaster.However this is no reason not to buy as the sound is perfectly servicable.

I commend this CD to the House.
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Format: Audio CD
Languid and loose, better than anything Ronnie has been involved with with The Rolling Stones. In fact, i listen to this much more often than any Stones album. A real beautiful, gem of an album. Should be much better known and regarded. Great contributions from Rod, Mick, Keith and Harrison. Can't recommend it highly enough.
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Whilst it does have the appearance of being made & recorded in his sitting room with the windows open, this does have a certain charm. The band and the songwriters (Richards, Jagger, Harrison & McLagen)make it worth listening to alone. I file this next to the Black & Blue album because of the obvious reggae influence to this. You feel that Wood & Richard were going through a large Jah phase at this time.
I tend not to play this every week but it's a great period peice that records the ending of the decadence for this lot. Shirley though is truely awful it makes me laugh.
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By Bacchus TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 13 Dec. 2015
Format: Audio CD
Listening to this album makes me feel very nostalgic. When I was a teenager I used to spend hours going a record shop called Andy's Records, which had branches throughout East Anglia. These were real Aladdin's caves of music containing not just the mainstream pop and rock but plenty of back catalogue stuff that had been largely forgotten.

The way that music was catalogued was that any members of recognised bands who did a solo album would appear with other band albums. So Roger Daltry's and Keith Moon's solo efforts appeared alongside albums by the Who.

This album therefore presents a bit of problem. Ronnie Wood is best known as a member of the Rolling Stones but at the time, he was with a band called the Faces. The title of the album, "I've Got My Own Album To Do" is a little dig at the Faces' lead singer, one Rod Stewart, who seemed to be spending more time on his solo career than on his work with the Faces.

Many solo efforts by band members are disappointing. A great band is often a synergy of individual talents that is more than the whole. How many people highly rate the solo albums by Mick Jagger for example? On the other hand, many solo artists are bigger than the bands they used to belong to. Rod Stewart is far better known as a solo artist than the Faces was as a band. I would say the same for Michael Jackson and Robbie Williams.

However, solo albums are useful outlets for creativity that band members do not usually get,

So, after that long preamble, I came to this album with mixed feelings and not terribly high expectations. Maybe it is not a great album but it is never less than good.
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wanted this for a long time and in no way am i disappointed with this. Prompt delivery and excellent quality
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Fantastic album but very poor edition! No sleeve notes! No credit notes whatsoever!!!! No encore for this one. I hope they will re-release it someday.
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Top album
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I got bored less than halfway through and it's been gathering dust since... expected better, sorry Ronnie
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