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Gimme Some Neck (1979) - Ron(nie) Wood

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Ron(nie) Wood

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Worry No MoreLyrics available
  Running Time: 2:33
Breakin' My HeartLyrics available
  Running Time: 4:17
  Running Time: 0:42
  Comments: Interlude - C
Buried AliveLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:37
  Comments: Up - A
Come To RealiseLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:52
  Comments: Up - C There is a "Richard" also listed for background vocals on this track. However, his full identity is unknown.
InfekshunLyrics available
  Running Time: 4:03
  Comments: (sic) Fast - A
Seven DaysLyrics available
  Running Time: 4:10
  Comments: Up - Em
We All Get OldLyrics available
  Running Time: 4:09
  Comments: Med. - G
F.U.C. HerLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:15
  Comments: Up - A up to C
Lost And LonelyLyrics available
  Running Time: 4:14
  Comments: Med. Slow - G
Don't WorryLyrics available
  Running Time: 3:25
  Comments: Fast - E
    Guest Appearances »

Mick Fleetwood, Mick Jagger, Jim Keltner, Bobby Keys, John Lind, Dave Mason, Ian (Mac) McLagan, Harry Phillips, Robert (Pops) Popwell, Keith Richard(s), Swamp Dogg (Jerry Williams, Jr.), Charlie (Charles Robert) Watts

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Domestic Vinyl/CD Album

    Other Appearances »
Bob Dylan (Robert Allen Zimmerman) (Songwriter), Jerry (Lynn) Williams (Songwriter), Ron(nie) Wood (Songwriter), Tony Lane (Design), Roy (Thomas) Baker (Produced By)

    Record Label »

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JC-35702 (LP) CK-35702 (CD) SRCS 6173 (Import CD Reissue)

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    Liner Notes »

Recorded in Paris, France.

Mick Fleetwood appears courtesy of Warner Brothers Records
Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Charlie Watts appear by courtesy of Rolling Stones Records and Atlantic Recording Corporation
Ian McLagan appears courtesy of Atlantic Records
Jerry Williams appears courtesy of Warner Brothers Records
Robert "Pops" Popwell appears courtesy of ABC Records, Inc.

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Predictably Stones retreads but good time feel
Review written by John Fitzgerald, January 24th, 2005

You'll probably be able to predict what this album will sound like without even hearing it as it does in fact sound like Rolling Stones retreads though some such as the shuffling "Break my heart" will make you smile if nothing else. Also in this vein are the ragged funky "Buried alive" and the faster "Come to realize" which has a very good hook and perhaps it is tracks like this that make Wood wish to release solo albums since the Stones, for whatever reason, may have passed on this one. The only musical turn we take here outside of this realm is "Delia" which is a 42 second acoustic guitar interlude and therefore the track you'll most likely enjoy instantly though "Lost and lonely" is the next mellowest track here which will be a good change of pace once you get there but it doesn't have a great hook. In contrast, "Infekshun" is the most rocking track with that train like sounding energy and the closing "Don't worry" isn't far behind with it's punchy gravelings. Mick Fleetwood plays drums on a cover of Bob Dylan's "Seven days" which overall is OK I suppose which sounds upbeat though it has Mick's typical shuffle type drum sound and Dave Mason plays on the rocker "F.U.C. Her" with it's Chuck Berry type feel, it's rather banal next to the other tracks and I wouldn't say DM stands out particularly well here anyways. Many tracks do suffer from a mid tempo faceless bland taste like "We all get old" and the piano featured chugging barrelhouse opener "Worry no more" but if it's just the good time barrelhouse party rocking feel you're after, then this may be just enough to suit your needs.

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Discography entry submitted by Jeff Kenney & Bonnie .