Mr. Luck - A Tribute to Jimmy Reed: Live at the Royal Albert Hall Ronnie Wood
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- 1Essence (Intro)00:29
- 2Good Lover (feat. Mick Taylor) (Live)03:29
- 3Mr Luck (feat. Mick Taylor) (Live)07:06
- 4Let's Get Together (feat. Mick Taylor) (Live)03:38
- 5Ain't That Loving You Baby (feat. Mick Taylor) (Live)02:54
- 6Honest I Do (feat. Mick Taylor) (Live)03:56
- 7High & Lonesome (feat. Mick Taylor) (Live)03:05
- 8Baby What You Want Me to Do (feat. Mick Taylor) (Live)03:58
- 9Roll and Rhumba (feat. Mick Taylor) (Live)02:46
- 10You Don't Have to Go (feat. Mick Taylor) (Live)03:55
- 11Shame Shame Shame (feat. Mick Taylor & Paul Weller) (Live)04:39
- 12I'm That Man Down There (feat. Mick Taylor) (Live)02:59
- 13Got No Where to Go (feat. Mick Taylor & Mick Hucknall) (Live)05:39
- 14Big Boss Man (feat. Mick Taylor & Bobby Womack) (Live)04:18
- 15I Ain't Got You (feat. Mick Taylor) (Live)03:44
- 16I'm Going Upside Your Head (feat. Mick Taylor) (Live)04:28
- 17Bright Lights, Big City (feat. Mick Taylor & Bobby Womack) (Live)04:17
- 18Ghost of a Man03:02
Info for Mr. Luck - A Tribute to Jimmy Reed: Live at the Royal Albert Hall
Paying Tribute To A Blues Legend: Ronnie Wood and the Ronnie Wood Band is back with the second installment of his live album trilogy, ‘Mr Luck – A Tribute to Jimmy Reed: Live at the Royal Albert Hall’, to be released 3rd September 2021.
The Ronnie Wood Band with special guests Mick Taylor, Bobby Womack, Mick Hucknall and Paul Weller.
The album is recorded live on a memorable night at the Royal Albert Hall on November 1, 2013. It features stunning tracks including “Good Lover” and “Ghost of A Man.”
When self-taught guitarist Eddie Taylor imparted his skills onto his friend Jimmy Reed, he surely couldn’t have imagined the effect this was to have on the Chicago blues scene. Backing up such luminaries as John Lee Hooker, he is best remembered for his work with his former student.
Sweet coincidence, then, that in 1974 another Taylor, Mick, would make way for Ronnie Wood in the Rolling Stones, paving the way for these two friends and celebrated guitarists to work on projects ever since. The culmination of this to date is Taylor’s place in The Ronnie Wood Band at the Royal Albert Hall for 2013’s Blues fest, where they played the now-legendary set that would come to birth to this recording.
In regard to Mr. Luck, Ronnie comments: “Jimmy Reed was one of the premier influences on the Rolling Stones and all the bands that love American blues from that era until the present day. It is my honor to have the opportunity to celebrate his life and legacy with this tribute.”
This album marks the second iteration in a trilogy of special and personal albums by Wood and the band, celebrating Ronnie’s musical heroes. The first album, Mad Lad explored the work of Chuck Berry as an emotional commemoration after Berry’s passing just over two years ago. Ronnie toured with Berry and was a lifelong fan.
Ronnie Wood & Band
was born in Middlesex, England, into a musical and artistic family. Before beginning his musical career he received formal art training at Ealing College of Art in London. As his musical career with the Jeff Beck Group, the Faces and the Rolling Stones progressed, Ronnie continued his painting and drawing, his subjects ranging from musicians he admired, knew and sometimes played with, to family and close friends, and, of course, the self-portrait.
Throughout the years the artist and the musician have been inseparable. As his musical career progressed, Ronnie continued his passion for painting and drawing, his subjects ranging from band members and musicians he admired, knew and sometimes played with, to family and close friends and, of course, the self-portrait. It is on natural to find him with a pencil as with a guitar, drawing portraits of contemporaries and finding inspiration from his musical influences.
In America in the early 1980’s Ronnie produced his first prints – three woodcuts and a series of monotypes. At that time he was not yet an experienced printmaker so it was with great enthusiasm that he seized upon it. The opportunity in 1987 to send several months working in a professional printmaking studio in England. Since then he has devoted to a considerable amount of time to printmaking and has produced a number of images using various techniques –etching, drypoint, screenprint and digital.
Over the years his work has been widely exhibited. In 1996 he had a retrospective exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art, Sao Paulo, Brazil. He has had numerous one man exhibitions in North an south America, in the far East and throughout Europe.
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