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Ron Wood 7"s, 12"s, CDS solo discography - exclusive artworks
co. view catalogue # titles - CD only artwork CD-only artwork - *non-album track rel. date
Germany view WB 16463 I Can Feel The Fire / Breathe On Me 11/1974
Holland view WB 16463 I Can Feel The Fire / Breathe On Me 11/1974
Japan view P-1341W I Can Feel The Fire / Shirley 11/1974
Portugal view N-S-63-92 If You Don't Want My Love / I Got A Feeling 10/1975
UK view WB 16679 Big Bayou / Sweet Baby Mine 01/1976
Holland view CBS 7425 Seven Days / Lost And Lonely 08/1979
Japan view CBS 06 SP 326 Seven Days / Lost And Lonely 08/1979
UK view CBS 7785 Seven Days / Come To Realise 08/1979
Spain view CBS 7785 Seven Days / Breakin' My Heart 08/1979
Spain view CBS A-1867 Priceless / 1 2 3 4 1981
Germany view PB 12004 I Can Feel The Fire + 2 [12"] 1987
UK view Continuum CDCTUM102 Stay With Me + 2 CD only artwork 1992
USA view Continuum 12210-7 Show Me / Breathe On Me 1992
USA view Continuum 12210-2 Show Me / Breathe On Me CD only artwork 1992
USA view Continuum 12211-2 Like It (w/ Hothouse Flowers) CD only artwork 1992
USA view Continuum 12309-2 Stay With Me [edit + LP version] CD only artwork 1993
USA view Continuum 13210-2 Josephine [2 mixes] CD only artwork 1992
USA view Continuum 14210-2 Somebody Else Might / Ain't Rock & Roll CD only artwork 1993
USA view Continuum 15210-2 Always Wanted More [2 mixes] CD only artwork 1993
UK view Genesis GENWOODCD1 Wood On Canvas: Every Picture Tells A Story CD only artwork 03/1998
UK view Bravado RNWO2BS Lucky Man 2010
UK view Eagle Records Lucky Man CD only artwork 2010

A selection of worldwide singles by Ron Wood [artworks significantly unique]


Ron Wood singles discography :  I Can Feel The Fire - Germany 7" PS Warner WB 16463, 1974 Ron Wood singles discography :  I Can Feel The Fire - Germany 7" PS Warner WB 16463, 1974 Ron Wood singles discography :  I Can Feel The Fire - Japan 7" PS Pioneer P-1341W, 1974 Ron Wood singles discography :  If You Don't Want My Love - Portugal 7" PS Warner N-S-63-92, 1975 Ron Wood singles discography :  Big Bayou - UK 7" CS Warner K 16679, 1975 Ron Wood singles discography :  Seven Days - Holland 7" PS CBS 7425, 1979 Ron Wood singles discography :  Seven Days - Japan 7" PS CBS 06 SP 326, 1979 Ron Wood singles discography :  Seven Days - UK 7" CS CBS 7785, 1979 Ron Wood singles discography :  Seven Days - Spain 7" PS CBS 7785, 1979 Ron Wood singles discography :  Priceless - Spain 7" PS CBS A-1867, 1981 Ron Wood singles discography :  I Can Feel The Fire - Germany 12" PS Perfect Beat PB 12004, 1987 Ron Wood singles discography :  Stay With Me - UK CDS Continuum CDCTUM102, 1993 Ron Wood singles discography :  Show Me - USA 7" PS Continuum 12210-7, 1992 Ron Wood singles discography :  Show Me - USA CDS Continuum 12210-2, 1992 Ron Wood singles discography :  Like It - USA CDS Continuum 12211-2, 1992 Ron Wood singles discography :  Stay With Me - USA CDS Continuum 12309-2, 1993 Ron Wood singles discography :  Josephine - USA CDS Continuum 13210-2, 1992 Ron Wood singles discography :  Somebody Else Might - USA CDS Continuum 14210-2, 1993 Ron Wood singles discography :  Always Wanted More - USA CDS Continuum 15210-2, 1993 Ron Wood singles discography :  Wood On Canvas: Every Picture Tells A Story - UK CDS Genesis Publications GENWOODCD1, 1998 Ron Wood singles discography :  Lucky Man - UK 7" Box PS Bravado RNWO2BS, 2010 Ron Wood singles discography :  Lucky Man - USA CDS Eagle Records CDPRO201832, 2010

Ron Wood by Ron WoodRon Wood began his career in 1964, as guitarist for The Birds. He then joined the mod group The Creation for a short time, appearing on a small number of singles [both bands 7"s are highly collectable].

In 1968, The Jeff Beck Group followed, with which two albums were released, 'Truth' and ' Beck-Ola', meeting moderate successes.

The group split in 1970, and Wood departed along with lead vocalist Rod Stewart to join former Small Faces members Ronnie Lane, Ian McLagan, and Kenney Jones in a new group, dubbed The Faces.
The Faces were very successful in the UK and Europe, releasing 4 albums - and many singles - from 1970 to 1973.

In 1974, Ron Wood eventually recorded his first solo LP, 'I've Got My Own Album To Do'. The album featured former bandmate McLagan as well as Keith Richards, and Mick Taylor, longtime friends of Wood's. Mick Jagger is also part of the backing vocals on its first single 'I Can Feel The Fire'.

Following Mick Taylor's departure from the Rolling Stones in December 1974, Wood participated in the band's March 1975 recording sessions for their forthcoming album 'Black And Blue' and toured North America with the band in 1975; the Faces announced their break-up in December of that year, and Wood was officially declared a member of the Rolling Stones in February 1976.



Ron Wood liveYet Ron Wood has never stopped recording solo.

'Now Look' in 1975 peaked at #118 on Billboard.
He then collaborated with Ronnie Lane for the soundtrack to the film 'Mahoney's Last Stand' a year later.
'Gimme Some Neck' in 1979 hit #45 in the US and was promoted through a tour with The New Barbarians [20 concerts in Canada and the US and the Knebworth Festival in the UK].
His album '1234' was released in 1981, peaking at #164.

In the 80's, besides its involvement in the Stones, Ron Wood collaborated with many artists, including Prince, Bob Dylan, David Bowie, Eric Clapton, Aretha Franklin,Ringo Starr, Bo Diddley [the latter of which he released the album 'Live at the Ritz' with, in 1988] or The Dirty Strangers [also w/ a Keith Richards collaboration].

'Slide On This' in 1992 was followed by a live album.
Following the 2001 release of his album 'Not For Beginners', Wood toured England and Ireland for a couple of years with his own group, The Ronnie Wood Band.
His latest album 'I Feel Like Playing' was issued in the UK in 2010 on his own label and reached #164 in the UK charts. A confidential single of 'Lucky Man' [promo and an expensive marketed box set 7"] was issued by then.


For more information on Ron Wood, please visit RonnieWood.com