Ron Wood - I've Got My Own Album To Do (1974)
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Up until the early 1970's, Ron Wood was known primarily as a sideman in various bands (The Creation, the Jeff Beck Group, and the Faces). In 1974, Wood took a step out from out of the shadows and issued his first solo release, I'VE GOT MY OWN ALBUM TO DO. His debut has a definite 'home made' feel to it, with such all-star friends as the Face's keyboardist/pianist Ian McLagan and the Rolling Stones' Keith Richards join Wood in the festivities. Standouts include a pair of Richards tracks ("Act Together" and "Sure the One You Need" ), a cover of "If You Gotta Make A Fool of Somebody," and the crude n' bluesy album closer, "Crotch Music."
01. I Can Feel the Fire
02. Far East Man
03. Mystifies Me
04. Take a Look at the Guy
05. Act Together
06. Am I Grooving You
08. Cancel Everything
09. Sure the One You Need
10. If You Gotta Make a Fool of Somebody
11. Crotch Music
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