Stone Alone (Expanded Edition)

Performers Bill Wyman

Castle Records | November 28, 2006 | Compact Disc

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Personnel includes: Bill Wyman (vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, piano, bass, percussion); Bob Welch, Danny Kortchmar (acoustic & electric guitars); Van Morrison (acoustic guitar, harmonica, alto saxophone); Tarry Taylor, Joe Walsh (electric & slide guitars); Jackie Clark, Ronnie Wood (electric guitar); Joen Mcfee (pedal steel guitar, fiddle); Mark Colby (saxophone); Floyd Cooley (tuba); Nicky Hopkins (piano, organ); Mark Naftalin, Joe Vitale, Al Kooper (piano); Dr. John, Paul Harris (organ, marimba); Hubie Heard (organ); Albhy Galuten (synthesizer); Dallas Taylor (drums, percussion); Jim Keltner, Joe Vitale, Gregg Erico (drums); Robert Greenidge (steel drums); Guille Garcia, Rocki Dzidzornu (percussion); Ruth & Bonnie Pointer (background vocals).
Engineers: Gary Kjellgren, Howard Albert, Ron Albert.
Although Bill Wyman will forever be known as the former bass player for the Rolling Stones, the bassist issued several solo albums over the years. Most longtime Stones fans are only familiar with a single Wyman composition (since Mick Jagger and Keith Richards were responsible for the majority of the band's songwriting), the psychedelic "In Another Land" off 1967's THEIR SATANIC MAJESTIES REQUEST.
But such solo releases as 1976's STONE ALONE showed that Wyman was capable of writing and recording on his own. Although the songs are not on par with Jagger-Richards compositions (that's hardly a criticism), STONE ALONE contains several highlights, especially the rocking and fun album opening cover of Gary U.S. Bond's "Quarter to Three."

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: November 28, 2006

Genre: Hard Rock

Style: Rock & Pop

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Originally Released: 1976

Label Name: Castle Records

UPC: 021823626420

Found in: Hard Rock

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Stone Alone (Expanded Edition)

Stone Alone (Expanded Edition)

Performers Bill Wyman
Guest Artist(s) Bob Welch, Dr. John, Joe Walsh, Nicky Hopkins, Ron Wood, Ruth & Bonnie Pointer, Van Morrison
Producer Bill Wyman

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: November 28, 2006

Genre: Hard Rock

Style: Rock & Pop

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Originally Released: 1976

Label Name: Castle Records

UPC: 021823626420


Title Track Time
1.Quarter To Three, A --
2.Gimme Just One Chance --
3.Soul Satisfying --
4.Apache Woman --
5.Every Sixty Seconds --
6.Get It On --
7.Feet --
8.Peanut Butter Time --
9.Wine And Wimmen --
10.If You Wanna Be Happy --
11.What's The Point --
12.No More Foolin' --
13.High Flying Bird - (Bonus Track) --
14.Back To School Again - (Bonus Track) --
15.Can't Put Your Picture Down - (Bonus Track) --
16.Love Is Such A Wonderful Thing - (Bonus Track) --

Editorial Notes

Personnel includes: Bill Wyman (vocals, acoustic & electric guitars, piano, bass, percussion); Bob Welch, Danny Kortchmar (acoustic & electric guitars); Van Morrison (acoustic guitar, harmonica, alto saxophone); Tarry Taylor, Joe Walsh (electric & slide guitars); Jackie Clark, Ronnie Wood (electric guitar); Joen Mcfee (pedal steel guitar, fiddle); Mark Colby (saxophone); Floyd Cooley (tuba); Nicky Hopkins (piano, organ); Mark Naftalin, Joe Vitale, Al Kooper (piano); Dr. John, Paul Harris (organ, marimba); Hubie Heard (organ); Albhy Galuten (synthesizer); Dallas Taylor (drums, percussion); Jim Keltner, Joe Vitale, Gregg Erico (drums); Robert Greenidge (steel drums); Guille Garcia, Rocki Dzidzornu (percussion); Ruth & Bonnie Pointer (background vocals).
Engineers: Gary Kjellgren, Howard Albert, Ron Albert.
Although Bill Wyman will forever be known as the former bass player for the Rolling Stones, the bassist issued several solo albums over the years. Most longtime Stones fans are only familiar with a single Wyman composition (since Mick Jagger and Keith Richards were responsible for the majority of the band's songwriting), the psychedelic "In Another Land" off 1967's THEIR SATANIC MAJESTIES REQUEST.
But such solo releases as 1976's STONE ALONE showed that Wyman was capable of writing and recording on his own. Although the songs are not on par with Jagger-Richards compositions (that's hardly a criticism), STONE ALONE contains several highlights, especially the rocking and fun album opening cover of Gary U.S. Bond's "Quarter to Three."
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