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RONNIE LANE & SLIM CHANCE‘Anymore For Anymore’ Alchemy Pilot 151 (2003)

A stylish double CD re-issue, complete with a bonus CD of covers, demos, etc. Originally released in 1974 it has well known tracks such as the acoustic strumming of ‘Roll On Babe’, the catchy ‘The Poacher’ and the bar room boogie of ‘Chicken Wired’. Ronnie Lane has a very delicate vocal style on the mellower moments but can crank it up as can be seen by the latter track. Disc one also gives you a few extras as well in the shape of a different vocal mix of ‘The Poacher’ and a rare version of the title track from 1972.

Disc 2 is a Ronnie Lane’s fans’ treasure trove! Plenty of delights on here including ‘Don’t You Cry For Me’, a heartfelt tune with Parisian café style backing music. Covers include a piano led version of the Chuck Berry classic ‘You Never Can Tell’ and ‘Three Cool Cats’, a 1920’s/30’s nightclub vibe going on here. ‘You’re So Rude’, co-written with fellow Faces man Ian McLagan, is as you expect a classic foot stomper. A lot to enjoy on this CD.

This is how to do a re-issue - high quality demos/alternate takes plus comprehensive, informative and well written sleeve notes. Highly recommended for all Faces and Ronnie Lane fans, plus anyone who loved the 70’s rock and folk sounds.

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Review by Jason Ritchie

***** Out of this world | **** Pretty damn fine |
*** OK, approach with caution unless you are a fan |
** Instant bargain bin fodder | * Ugly. Just ugly

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