David Gray: White Ladder (Tab) by David Gray

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Ronnie and his brother used to wonder why their mum always seemed to be in a bad mood. After Ronnie, 25 L ives of the P oets ( with G uitars ) as an adult, was diagnosed with the same fatal disease that attacked his mother, he finally understood. His father told Ronnie when he was a boy that if he learned to play an instrument he’d never have any trouble finding friends, and he took his old man’s advice early on. Ronnie’s brother Stan: Outside our house the buses used to change drivers and conductors and Ronnie would go down and play to them, strumming a little toy ukulele.

On the band’s first album the standout is “Stone,” a reincarnation narrative born out of Ronnie’s interest in the philosophy of the Indian religious leader Meher Baba, and which is made most musically tasty by a spry Cajun swagger that’s all the more delicious for a tart Limey twist. ) As cosmology, it’s nonsense, but as personal philosophy it’s just short of profound—and a lot more fun to dance to than anything St. Thomas Aquinas ever wrote. “Richmond” is Ronnie’s quiet killer contribution to the Faces’ second album, Long Player, Wood on slide and 32 ronnie lane Ronnie on acoustic guitar all that’s necessary to help evoke a bad bout of good old homesickness experienced while on tour for too long in the US of A.

The idea for the album that became Rough Mix came about when Ronnie recognized that, without a substantial cash infusion, he was likely to go bankrupt and lose his farm. The Who were then one of the world’s biggest bands, so working with one of its members would likely bring in a healthy advance. For his part, Townshend was growing restless with his day job supplying power-chord rockers for Roger Daltry to over-sing, so the fit was right on both sides. Sometime during the sessions that ran from late 1976 to early 1977, Townshend remembered how Ronnie was often right in my case, ready to tell me the truth as he saw it .

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