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    Ronnie LaneTin & Tambourine

    Label:New Millennium Communications – Pilot 46
    Format:
    CD, Compilation
    Country:UK
    Released:
    Genre:Rock, Folk, World, & Country
    Style:Country, Folk

    Tracklist

    1Give Me A Penny (Alternative Version 1974)
    2Tin & Tambourine (Alternative Version 1974)
    3You Never Can Tell (Alternative Version 1974)
    4A Little Piece Of Nothing (Alternative Version 1974)
    5Winning With Women (Early Demo From The Cancelled 'Self Tapper' Album February 1980)
    6Rat's Tails (Early Version Of Catmelody)
    7Only You
    8Three Cool Cats
    9Richmond (Home Demo Recorded 1971)
    10You're So Rude (Live At Victoria Palace 1975)
    11From The Late To The Early (Live At Victoria Palace 1975)
    12How Come? (Live At Victoria Palace 1975)
    Exclusive To This Edition
    13Joyride (Steppin' & Reelin') (Excerpt From One Weeks Rehearsals And Recordings For The Album 'One For The Road')
    14Nobody's Listening (Excerpt From One Weeks Rehearsals And Recordings For The Album 'One For The Road')
    15One For The Road (Excerpt From One Weeks Rehearsals And Recordings For The Album 'One For The Road')
    16Innocence Lost (Excerpt From One Weeks Rehearsals And Recordings For The Album 'One For The Road')
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    Notes

    Front & Spine credited to Ronnie Lane, on the rear Ronnie Lane & Slim Chance - see covers.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode: 5018524155125

    Reviews

    nlkink's avatar
    nlkink
    This is indeed a compilation album, but a very special one! Most of the tracks sound familiar, but different as well. Ronnie Lane's brother Stan compiled this album consisting of alternative and live versions of well known Ronnie Lane (and Slim Chance) tracks. The oldest track is a wonderful home demo of 'Richmond', recorded in 1971, when Ronnie was still riding high with The Faces. The seventies close with the demo of 'Winning With Women' which he recorded in February 1980.
    There is not explanation of the origins of 'Rat's Tails', 'Only You' and 'Three Cool Cats'. The first two songs could be recorded in 1977 because a version of 'Rat's Tails' was released under the title 'Catmelody' on the 'Rough Mix' album Ronnie recorded with Pete Townsend'. Also recorded for this album, but only added later on a reissue version of 'Rough Mix' was 'Only You'. A more polished version of 'Only You' was released on Ronnie's 'See Me' album, which was to some degree a reshuffled version of his unreleased 'Self Tapper' album. It is possible that 'Three Cool Cats' also stems from this cancelled album, but I would like to point out that is is speculation from my side. The 'Tin & Tambourine' compilation is a nice companion to the 'Luky Seven' compilation, released in 2002.