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October 25, 2007

The New Barbarians

CD and DVD out today featuring Ron and Rod at Kilburn

posted by Mike Walton


Track Listings
Disc: 1
1. Intro
2. Am I Grooving You
3. Cancel Everything
4. Mystifies Me
5. Take A Look At The Guy
6. Act Together
7. Shirley
8. Forever
9. Sure The One You Need
10. I Can't Stand The Rain
See all 12 tracks on this disc

Disc: 2
1. Intro
2. Am I Grooving You
3. Cancel Everything
4. If You Gotta Make A Fool Out Of Somebody
5. Mystifies Me
6. Take A Look At The Guy
7. Act Together
8. Shirley
9. Forever
10. Sure The One You Need

Two disc (CD + NTSC/Region 0 DVD) set recorded and filmed live in London in 1974 at a concert in support of Ronnie Wood's first solo album, 'I've Got My Own Album To Do' Ronnie Wood was, at the time, a member of the Faces as well as a solo artist, and he was soon to become the 'new boy' in the Rolling Stones. Wood's band on this live outing featured many of the musicians who helped him on the album, including Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards, Small Faces/Faces keyboardist Ian McLagan and the exceptional talents of session musicians Willie Weeks (bass) and Andy Newmark (drums). Also features a guest appearance from the Faces' vocalist Rod Stewart. Both the Cd and DVD feature an exclusive track with digitally remastered audio and video from Ronnies personal archive. The release includes an eight-page booklet with hand written liner notes by Ronnie Wood and previously unseen photos.

From Ronnie
"When I made my first album in 1974 at the Wick studios in Richmond there was never any time to lose and this record was made on quite a speedy process by many of my extremely talented friends. We took the songs from the record straight onto stage. This album is the result of what happened when we first took the music of "I've Got My Own Album To Do" public. Thus the First Barbarians were born. I'm very proud of the work Jesse, Jamie and Katy have done in restoring this, originally humbly filmed and recorded documentation of that night at the Kilburn State." - Ronnie Wood





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