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Ronnie Wood works with Slash and Flea on new album
Ronnie Wood has announced that he has worked with two of the world's most famous electric guitar players on his new album.
Slash - formerly of Guns N' Roses - and Flea of Red Hot Chili Peppers are both confirmed as making guest appearances on I Feel Like Playing.
The album is due to be released on September 27th 2010 and will be issued through Eagle Records.
Tracks included on the record include How Am I Gonna Catch You, Why'd You Wanna Do A Thing, Thing About You and Tell Me Something.
Wood has stated that I Feel Like Playing is his best solo album yet and noted that he has always taken part in other musical projects away from his time as the electric guitar player in The Rolling Stones.
His previous albums include I've Got My Own Album to Do, Sure the One You Need, Cancel Everything, Not for Beginners and Always Wanted More.
Posted on 26 Aug 2010 18:20 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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