Ronnie Wood - Now Look
Charles Shaar Murray, NME, 19 July 1975
MY H.A.L. PRINT-OUT on Ron Wood sez that his guitar-playing veers from the sublime to the ridiculous (i.e., his playing on Rod Stewart's solo albums and his inspired slide work at Clapton's Rainbow concert, as opposed to the kind of stumblebum slovenliness he gets up to at Faces gigs), that he's one of the dullest lead singers ever to breathe garlic on to a microphone and that he's such a lovely human being.
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