Terry Rawlings - "Rock On Wood Ronnie Wood. The Origin Of A Rock & Roll Face"
Acid Jazz are proud to continue or book publishing adventures by releasing this, a biography of one of Rock & Roll's all time greatest: Ronnie Wood.
Packed with content, pictures and fascinating insights, this book is invaluable for any serious rock aficionado.
"It's a Rock Bible really. It's inspirational and encouraging!" - Tim Burgees - The Charlatans.
Blurb: Ronnie Wood has spent almost his entire life on the cutting edge of the rock world, as a member of some of the most influential British (and therefore greatest) bands in rock history, including the Small Faces (Yes! That's what they were called in the US even after Steve Marriott had left and Rod Stewart had joined).
ROCK ON WOOD was written with the full co-operation of the Wood clan, and contains exclusive interviews with his Mother, Brothers and many friends. Here Ronnie's relationships with his fellow band mates & friends including Rod Stewart, George Harrison, and The Rolling Stones, are laid bare through some insightful and thoughtful interviews.
Emerging from an unconventional childhood as a water gypsy along the canals of South West London Ronnie played washboard in his brother Ted's Original London Skiffle Group, before forming ultra-mod bands 'The Birds'.
He was a member of arguably the most important groups of Sixties England, including The Creation, The Jeff Beck Group and The Faces, and that's all before joining The Rolling Stones.