Album artwork for Just For A Moment (The Best Of) by Ronnie Lane

Ronnie Lane is one of the finest songwriters the UK has produced. This is the first time that comprehensive look at Ronnie's post Faces career has been undertaken. In many ways, Ronnie Lane remains an enigma in the story of rock 'n' roll. An artist who was determined to chart his own destiny and break free from the demands of the music "business". His sense of disillusion with the rock 'n' roll lifestyle led him to leave his hugely successful band for a ramshackle country farm and a life on the road. He would create The Passing Show - a now legendary circus tent tour of the country with assorted clowns, acrobats and comedians. Ronnie created a sound and style that leaned heavily on an array of influences particularly folk, country music and later R&B with welcome contributions from the band of musicians he surrounded himself with. Ronnie was not alone in his rural idyll - many friends would join him in his new artistic endeavors - Gallagher and Lyle, Kevin Westlake, Billy Livesey as well as Ronnie Wood, Pete Townshend and Eric Clapton. Eventually the symptoms of MS would surface and in the '80s Ronnie would move To Austin Texas where he still wrote and performed up until his death in 1997.

Ronnie Lane

Just For A Moment (The Best Of)

UMC
Album artwork for Just For A Moment (The Best Of) by Ronnie Lane
CD

$24.99

U.K. Import

Released 09/30/2022Catalog Number

B07P195XTR

Ronnie Lane

Just For A Moment (The Best Of)

UMC
Album artwork for Just For A Moment (The Best Of) by Ronnie Lane
CD

$24.99

U.K. Import

Released 09/30/2022Catalog Number

B07P195XTR

Ronnie Lane is one of the finest songwriters the UK has produced. This is the first time that comprehensive look at Ronnie's post Faces career has been undertaken. In many ways, Ronnie Lane remains an enigma in the story of rock 'n' roll. An artist who was determined to chart his own destiny and break free from the demands of the music "business". His sense of disillusion with the rock 'n' roll lifestyle led him to leave his hugely successful band for a ramshackle country farm and a life on the road. He would create The Passing Show - a now legendary circus tent tour of the country with assorted clowns, acrobats and comedians. Ronnie created a sound and style that leaned heavily on an array of influences particularly folk, country music and later R&B with welcome contributions from the band of musicians he surrounded himself with. Ronnie was not alone in his rural idyll - many friends would join him in his new artistic endeavors - Gallagher and Lyle, Kevin Westlake, Billy Livesey as well as Ronnie Wood, Pete Townshend and Eric Clapton. Eventually the symptoms of MS would surface and in the '80s Ronnie would move To Austin Texas where he still wrote and performed up until his death in 1997.