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Mick Ronson: "It's Strange Being On Your Own"

Ron Ross, Circus, April 1975

WHEN MICK RONSON set down his guitar and stepped out of the London studio where he was serving as "musical director" for lan Hunter's first solo album, he answered the phone as a solo artist himself. Though the sessions with Hunter were coming along swimmingly, the platinum blond multi-talent with a split musical personality had some reservations about his own new album. While he had tried to follow the advice of his title track ‘Play Don't Worry’, Ronson's second solo album had presented a problem.

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