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Van Morrison added sax to a revival of Gary Bonds' A Quarter To Three, Ron Wood and Joe Walsh played guitar, and Bill Wyman steered his superstar band through a righteous set of bluesy rock'n'roll. Four out-takes round out this deluxe reissue.

Stone Alone

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Having proved his writing credentials with his debut album, Bill Wyman mixed his own compositions with outside material second time around.

Issued in February 1976, Stone Alone was Bill Wyman's second solo album. As per usual Bill had worked with a star-studded session band, the contributions this time around including Van Morrison, Joe Walsh, Dr John, Ron Wood, Al Kooper, Nicky Hopkins, and Jim Keltner. This special expanded edition comes with six bonus tracks, including two rare single mixes previously unavailable on CD.

Released (UK): October 30, 2006 (Castle Records CMRCD1363)

Released (US): November 21, 2006 (Castle Records CMRCD1363)

Full track listing

Stone Alone

  • A Quarter To Three
  • Gimme Just One Chance
  • Soul Satisfying
  • Apache Woman
  • Every Sixty Seconds
  • Get It On
  • Feet
  • Peanut Butter Time
  • Wine And Wimmen
  • If You Wanna Be Happy
  • What's The Point
  • No More Foolin'
  • Bonus Tracks

  • High Flying Bird
  • Back To School Again
  • Can't Put Your Picture Down
  • Love Is Such A Wonderful Thing
  • A Quarter To Three (single mix)
  • Apache Woman (single mix)
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    1. Bill Wyman opened me up to his influences and I love his solo aka non Stones music


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