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Product details

  • Audio CD (3 Aug. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rhino
  • ASIN: B001C4Z6I4
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 69,076 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. I Got Lost When I Found You
  2. Big Bayou
  3. Breathe On Me
  4. If You Don't Want My Love
  5. I Can Say She's Allright
  6. Caribbean Boogie
  7. Now Look
  8. Sweet Baby Mine
  9. I Can't Stand The Rain
  10. It's Unholy
  11. I Got A Feeling

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1. I Got Lost When I Found You
2. Big Bayou
3. Breathe On Me
4. If You Don't Want My Love
5. I Can Say She's Allright
6. Caribbean Boogie
7. Now Look
8. Sweet Baby Mine
9. I Can't Stand The Rain
10. It's Unholy
11. I Got A Feeling

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Because of an inexplicable mix-up, there's a better review for this album on the page for its forerunner: I've Got My Own Album To Do. That album is itself a gem, but Now Look, with the addition of Bobby Womack's voice and searing guitar (or is that Ronnie?) tops it. Keith Richards features tellingly, as does Mick Taylor, and they leave their respective soundprints, but it's the soulfulness of the writing, the vocals and backing vocals, and the downright funkiness of the instrumentation - often extended into what sound like tight tight tight Memphis Soul R&B jams - that makes this album a one-of-a-kind. I never really managed to click with the later stuff Mr Wood did (or even the later stuff he did with my beloved Stones for that matter), but I think my expectations were raised too high by this one.
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Ronnie Wood a hero of faces fans the world over ! This album reminds of what a special talent he is and indeed was!
The faces and the stones were blessed with the contribution of this minstrel !
Love this album " Now look "at the ret of his catalogue ! A joy!!
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Pretty charming. Here Ronnie Wood audibly wants to be Bobby Womack and while the backing is fine the fact of the matter is Our Ron cannot sing very well. He has charm, he has verve, he has a certain warmth in his voice but he is just not that great a singer. Still, if you dig his music generally and like hearing what various Faces were doing post-Rod Stewart then check this out. As stated, the playing is really quite good.
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Before Ronnie joined The Stones and whilst with The Faces, he had begun to carve out a successful solo career as a jobbing session musician and a songwriter in his own right. (You only have to check out the songwriting credits and particularly the melodies on The Faces and Rod Stewart solo albums to prove this.)

Following on from his debut "I've Got My Own Album To Do" in 1974, he came back with "Now Look" a year later (1975) which benefited from the inclusion of Bobby Womack on guitar and backing vocals and Ian McLagan on piano/organ with all three sharing co-producer credits with the latter two - steeped in the r 'n' b / soul of Booker T et al bringing without doubt, something to the table .

Highlights are the Womack influenced (or co-written) "If You Don't Want My Love", "I've Got A Feeling", "Sweet Baby Mine", "Now Look" and the dirty-sounding "Breathe On Me" with some lovely pedal steel from Wood himself. And that's the measure of Wood, he's a seriously under-rated musician, whether on guitar, bass, or pedal steel, he plays and writes a good melody.

He always played a really bluesy, yet melodic bass both with the Jeff Beck Band and on Rod Stewart's early albums continued in that same vein. Added to the good slide and pedal steel work he did and that "Stones"-feel dirty guitar sound, you can understand why Keith pulled him into the Stones.

I have the original vinyl (less than £3 at the time) and can heartily recommend this album. Incidentally, he never improved on this album, this WAS his piece de resistance!
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