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Name:Ronnie Lane Ain't Nothin Like Disc2(rock)(flac)[rogercc][h33t]

Total Size: 521.18 MB

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Debris.flac (Size: 521.18 MB) (Files: 19)


51.27 MB

 Annie had a baby.flac

40.84 MB

 Man smart woman smarter.flac

37.87 MB

 You can never tell.flac

36.19 MB

 Don't you cry for me.flac

36.09 MB

 One for the road.flac

35.88 MB


34.26 MB

 Chicken wired.flac

33.44 MB

 Sweet Virginia.flac

32.32 MB

 Tin and tambourine.flac

29.67 MB

 How come.flac

25.41 MB

 Anymore for anymore.flac

24.27 MB

 Amelia Earhart's last flight.flac

23.56 MB

 You're so rude.flac

23.24 MB

 Bombers moon.flac

19.95 MB

 Give me a penny.flac

19.03 MB

 A little piece of nothing.flac

17.87 MB

 Aint No One Like Ronnie Lane (CD2).log

7.40 KB


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Record Label: Track Records
Originally released: 04-OCT-2005

This double-album set is a good introduction to the career of one-time Small Faces/Faces bassist Ronnie Lane. Made up primarily of rootsy rock & roll of the light 'n' loose variety recorded between 1973 and 1981, it gives a fair indication of Lane's songwriting skills and laid-back style, and reflects the obvious contribution he made to the illustrious bands he belonged to. Many music fans might not suspect that Lane contributed a significant amount of material to those outfits, since the limelight tended to fall on "rock star" types Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood, and Steve Marriott. In fact, Lane co-wrote pop classics "Itchycoo Park," "Tin Soldier," "Lazy Sunday," and "Ooh La La," to name but a few. And most of Ain't No One Like sounds like lo-fi versions of Faces studio outtakes (there are actually re-recordings of some of Lane's Faces songs included here). A few reasonably strong numbers pepper the set, but for the most part "pleasant" seems a more apt adjective. The so-so recording quality and Lane's relatively weak/bland voice don't do the material any favors, but nor do they undermine the album as a good listen for fans of vintage rock who aren't looking for a rise in their pulse rates. The strongest part of the set is the clutch of live numbers that come toward the end of the second disc (during which it's a particular treat to hear the ivory tickling of the late Ian Stewart, the so-called "sixth Rolling Stone"). Even with its moments of country, boogie-woogie, and blues, this is a very British record. It's also a very down-to-earth record, just like the man himself. Full of decent pub tunes -- as well as covers of the Stones' "Sweet Virginia" and Chuck Berry's "You Never Can Tell" -- this is breezy, boozy stuff that harks back to rock's more innocent days. ~ Adrian Zupp, All Music Guide


1. Amelia Earhart's Last Flight
2. Chicken Wired
3. Anymore For Anymore
4. How Come
5. Give Me A Penny
6. Tin & Tambourine
7. You Can Never Tell
8. A Little Piece Of Nothing
9. Annie Had A Baby
10. Debris
11. You're So Rude
12. Man Smart Women Smarter
13. One For The Road
14. Stone
15. Sweet Virginia
16. Bombers Moon
17. Don't You Cry For Me

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