Ron Wood & Ronnie Lane
Mahoney's Last Stand was Ron Wood and Ronnie Lane's soundtrack to the film of the same name. Though the film and its soundtrack were produced in 1972--Wood and Lane cut the tracks in between sessions for Ooh La La--neither production saw the light of day until 1976. The film was a flop but the star power of the soundtrack have afforded it a cult following in the decades since. The sessions were produced by Glyn Johns and feature Pete Townshend on guitar and electronics, plus session bassist/ex-Blind Faith member Ric Grech, fellow Faces Ian MacLagan and Kenney Jones, as well as Rolling Stones friends Ian Stewart, Bobby Keys, and Jim Price. The result was a collection of songs that are at times rocking and funky and at others distinctly rural. While this missing piece in Wood and Lane's careers has appeared a few times on CD over the years, Real Gone's version marks its first-ever U.S. vinyl reissue. The title will be limited to 700 copies and will be pressed on green vinyl.