Lane, Ronnie

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Lane, Ronnie - Anymore For Anymore Anymore For Anymore
Pop Used - LP GML 1013 GM
Beautiful 1974 UK Original. Excellent First Album After His Retirement From The Faces. Features Gallagher & Lyle, Jimmy Jewell And Others. Appears Unplayed. Not Sure If That's Steptoe & Son On The Cover.... more details
 
Lane, Ronnie - Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance
Pop Used - LP SP 3638 A&M
Rare 1975 Original. Second Excellent Solo Release After Leaving The Faces. Near Mint. "If You're Going To Get Slim Chance (And You Should), Pick The Version That Leads Off With "The Poacher." - AMG... more details
 
Lane, Ronnie - Any More For Any More Any More For Any More
Pop Used - LP GML 1013 GM
Finest Copy We Have Ever Had In Stock Of This 1974 UK Original In Unplayed Condition. Features Jimmy Jewel On Saxophone With Benny Gallagher, Graham Lyle, Kevin Westlake And Others. “Ronnie Lane Certainly Chose An Apt Name For His Post-Faces Combo, Slim Chance. He Only Enjoyed One Solo Hit -- The Rootsy Yet Boisterous "How Come," Which Made The U.K. Top Ten In 1974. Lane's Brand Of "Hobobilly" Reflected His Life With An Equal Dash Of Hard Luck And Humor. He Could Pursue A Folksier Direction Than He'd Had Room To Explore In The Faces, And That Side Certainly Shines On "Don't You Cry For Me" -- Bolstered By A Strong Jimmy Jewell Sax Hook -- As Well As "The Poacher"'S Rejection Of Personal Power For Its Own Sake. Lane Didn't Draw Only On His Rock & Roll Roots, However; "Amelia Earhardt" Affectionately Salutes The Doomed '30s Aviatrix With A Musical Nod To That Period. He Also Showed A Fascination For British Music Hall Rooty-Toot-Toot ("Bird In A Gilded Cage"), Gospel ("Bye & Bye [Gonna See The King]"), And Simple Folk (The Dillards' "Roll On Babe"). Of Course, Lane's Good-Natured Rowdiness Meant That He Couldn't Resist A Good Knee-Slapper When The Temptation Arose; "Chicken Wired" Fits The Bill Aptly, With An Infectious "Chick-Chick-Chicken" Chorus That'll Stick To Its Listeners Like The Proverbial Fly Paper. (Lane Evidently Thought So, Too; It Appeared Again On The Mahoney's Last Stand Soundtrack.) Anyone Who Only Casts Him As A Tragic Figure Needs To Hear That Song. New Millennium's Reissue Appends Seven Bonus Tracks, Such As Acoustic Takes Of "How Come" And "The Poacher" And Alternate Tries Of Key Tracks Like "Amelia Earhardt." They're Not Especially Revelatory, But Do Provide An Interesting Context For Collectors. Ronnie Lane May Not Have Meant Much At The Top 40 Box Office, But His Influence Remains As Broad As Ever, And This Album's A Must-Own Blueprint.” Ralph Heibutzki, AMG.... more details
 
Lane, Ronnie - Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance
Pop Used - LP SP 3638 A&M
1975 White Label Promo With Clean Cut Out Hole And White Promo Sticker On Front Cover. Second Excellent Solo Release After Leaving The Faces.... more details
 
Lane, Ronnie - Anymore For Anymore Anymore For Anymore
Pop Used - LP MQCLP 002 Marquee
1990 UK Reissue. Excellent First Album After His Retirement From The Faces. Features Gallagher & Lyle, Jimmy Jewell And Others.... more details
 
Lane, Ronnie - Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance
Pop Used - LP SP-3638 S&M
Lovely 1975 Original. Jacket Has Bottom Right Corner Dent/Crease; Vinyl Has Some Light Marks, But Both Sides Play Without Any Issues Whatsoever.... more details
 

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