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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 28, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Eagle Records (Fontana)
  • ASIN: B003YOXIMQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #96,960 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

As one of the premier guitarists in the world, Ronnie Wood has been featured over the years in bands such as The Rolling
Stones, The Faces & The Jeff Beck Group. I Feel Like Playing is the 7th studio album for Wood, his first since 2001 s
Not For Beginners . The album features guest appearances from Slash, Flea, Billy Gibbons, Kris Kristofferson, Eddie
Vedder, Bernard Fowler, Daryl Jones & Jim Keltner.

Customer Reviews

I highly recommend this cd to all RW fans.
Exile 72
Look out Keith, Ronnie and Slash play together very well here!!!
Tuco
This record is simnply the best he has ever done.
Thomas Robert Langford

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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Tuco on September 28, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Ronnie's back with I Feel Like Playing and it's mostly a rock n' roll and blues affair(check out 2002's 'Not For Beginnners' for acoustic Woody). Woody gets personal with his recent 'issues' on more than a few songs and it's a nice insight to his self-made turmoil. Sure the vocals are still raspy but we're here for the guitars, right? And deliver they do!!! Look out Keith, Ronnie and Slash play together very well here!!!

Special guest guitarists on this album:

Slash - 5 songs
Billy Gibbons - 2 songs
Bobby Womack - 2 songs
Waddy Watchel - 2 songs

Other guests:
Ian McLagan (Stones, Faces)
Daryl Jones (Stones bassist)
Steve Ferrone (Tom Petty drummer)
Blondie Chaplin (Beach Boys, Stones, & great solo stuff!!)
Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers)

1 song co-written by Eddy Vedder

**** See the comments section below for a great detailed track by track review!!
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By 1PLUS1 on October 4, 2010
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After a two-year period in which he was primarily viewed as tabloid fodder rather than the talented musician he is, Ronnie has bestowed upon us a solid and spirited effort with the release of this new CD. Surrounded by an A-list supporting cast that complements and, at the same time, pushes him to give it his all, Ronnie is back to remind us that the chops are still there. Featuring gritty, buzzing guitar riffs that showcase what he does best, as well as the signature smoke-tinged voice, the CD's real surprise is in the lyrical content, which offers a personal glimpse of just how Ronnie's psyche has fared through the turmoil of the past couple of years.

It's a shame that Mick and Keith have elected to keep Ronnie under wraps on recent Stones' tours as well as in the studio; it's quite obvious the man can still play some inspiring leads when allowed the freedom to do so. Perhaps his new-found sobriety has contributed to this as there's definitely a discernible hint of passion and purpose in the air.

Paying homage to the many musical genres that have influenced him throughout his career, Ronnie covers all the bases: rock, blues, reggae, soul, and a tender ballad or two. Recorded with an in-your-face mix (play it LOUD!), perhaps this effort will remind those people who have cast him aside that Ronnie deserves his rightful place among rock's best guitarists. Well done Ronnie...welcome back.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Anthony Accordino VINE VOICE on October 18, 2010
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WOW! Ronnie Wood wasn't kidding when he says "I Feel Like Playing". The Rolling Stone Guitarist has released a gem of a rock album, that warrants attention. It is refreshing to listen to a cd that in some ways is a throwback to that early 70's rock period, when rock artist's released quality albums with little filler. I would go as far to say, that this cd should gather plenty of Grammy nominations as one of the years best. Ronnie Wood has a smokey voice similar to John Hiatt, and he uses it to perfection, on such tunes as "Tell Me Something", the rocking "100%", "Sweetness My Weakness", and the ballad like "Catch You". Every song on the cd is ear catching upon first listen. As a Rolling Stone, Ronnie Wood, is meant to be seen and not heard, but this release prove's he is surely meant to be heard, and his talent is evident by this quality cd. Maybe Mick and Keith should take note, that this release is better than anything that the Stones have put out lately, and let him sing a few of these rockers on stage. A truly well crafted collection of songs and a great listen to say the least.
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Exile 72 on September 29, 2010
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Another fine release from one of Rock's greatest under-estimated legends. Ronnie really does have talent that has proven itself throughout the years. So many great bands, so many great songs. Ronnie still has the fire! I highly recommend this cd to all RW fans. You will not be disappointed. And hey, Ronnie, how about a tour??!!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By B. Schemer on September 30, 2010
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I'm more of a Stones than a Faces fan, and (happily for me) this sounds more like a Stones than a Faces album. Ron Wood is pure talent; you figure he could grab two coat hangers and effortlessly play an extended "Love in Vain" on them; so what's notable beyond the blazing guitar work on the album are the very frank lyrics dealing with his personal life (names are dropped, if I heard right) expressing everything from contrition to gratitude to bitterness to glee, and the engaging vocal melodies pulled off partly by Wood but also, very creatively, by backup singers. This may be Wood's most consistently solid solo album. It's also the only album I know of in which the singer-guitarist, not only once but on three songs, introduces guitar solos with "Now here's my guitar!" That gets it the fifth star.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By John L on January 6, 2011
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One of Ronnie's best sole works ever. I got this CD for Christmas. I have not stopped listening to it since. I have been a fan of Ronnie Wood's since the 70s when he was with the Faces/Rod Stewart. When Ronnie put out his first solo album "I've got my album to do" it was certainly an exciting time to be a fan. Although when he joined the Stones myself and many others were sad. We understood why he would join Mick, Keith and the boys. But Ronnie's talent did not appear to line up with the Stones at the time. Personally I kept hanging on to his next solo works.....It wasn't until "Slide On This" in 93' that I felt Ronnie was capable of producing an first rate unique piece of musical art. Fast forward to 2010 to "I feel like playing". His work here hits on all cylinders. His voice and choice of musicians go beyond previous expectations. The lyrics are real and appear to help Ronnie heal from a rough couple of years. If you are looking for a great Rock, Blues, Reggae and heart felt words ....Buy this record. If you liked earlier solo work...buy this record. If you love Ronnie..you will love this album.
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