A freewheeling, boozy solo set from the Stones' Ronnie Wood – and a star-studded one at that! 1234 is a charmingly ragged batch – with one tune co-written by R&B great Bobby Womack of all people, and a few that Ronnie co-wrote with unsung country rock genius Jim Ford, of Harlan County (should-be) fame. Ronnie's vocals sound surprisingly close to the way Bob Dylan's did in the late 70s and early 80s, albeit with a lot more of a buzzed swagger, which certainly suits the material! Perhaps the greatest perk of being a Stone is that you're granted access to the most amazing musicians – and this record features appearances by Bobby Womack, Charlie Watts, Anita Pointer
, Waddy Wachtel, Bobby Keys and others. Includes "1234", "Fountain Of Love", "Outlaws", the cool honky tonk/
blues instrumental "Redeyes" (dedicated to Mick Jagger. . .wonder what Mick was up to to cause the redness), "Wind Howlin' Through", "Princeless", "She Was Out There", "Down To The Ground" and "She Never Told Me".