Category: Classic Rock
Dont Tell Me Now - Ronnie Lane - See Me (Cassette, Album)
Label: RCA - PK-43285 • Format: Cassette Album Dolby ;B; • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country •
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Released shortly after Ronnie Lane's death in from multiple sclerosis, a disease that dogged him for the final 20 years of his career, You Never Can Tell collects the work of five separate performances for the BBC. Recorded between (the year he formed Slim Chance) and late (when he dissolved Slim Chance), the tunes show how dedicated Lane was to creating his unique new sound; a.
Don't tell me now, where I went wrong. That's no good now should have told me then Don't call me bold all the things I've been I was the first one to know I'll be the last one to learn I knew someone who was a friend of mine he had a girl she was so fine now I lost him and I rest his life I was the first one to know he was the last one to learn.
I bought this to replace a tape I had of this Pete Townsend-Ronnie Lane album when it first came out, so it has history for me and the 4-stars are a given. Even so I think a lot of people would enjoy this Townsend-Lane collaboration, it's got a lot of good tunes on it/5().
See Me is the fourth and the last studio solo album by Ronnie Lane. The album was released 18 years before Lane's death. See Me, which features several songs cowritten with legendary guitarist Eric Clapton. Around this time, Lane travelled the highways and byways of England and lived a 'passing show' modern nomadic life in full Gypsy traveller.
See Me, an Album by Ronnie Lane. Released in on Gem (catalog no. GEMLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Folk Rock. Featured peformers: Ronnie Lane (vocals), Bob Potter (recording engineer).
After Rough Mix, Lane hit the road with Clapton and came back in with a cache of new material that eventually became ’s See Me. Despite early signs of multiple sclerosis, Lane delivered an album full of fine performances and beautifully produced classic songs like “One Step,” “Kuschty Rye,” and the rockabilly-inspired “You /5(31).
Don't Tell Me Now Accordion – Charlie Hart Bass – Chrissie Stewart * Drums – Bruce Rowland Guitar – Alun Daves *, Cal Batchelor Guitar, Vocals – Ronnie Lane Written-By – Lane * /5(29).
Explore our Ronnie Lane Artist Page.. Just For A Moment 6-CD edition, CD1. 1. Careless Love 2. Don’t You Cry For Me 3. Bye and Bye (Gonna See The King) 4. Silk Stockings 5. The Poacher.