David Bowie Life On Mars? This showcases the depth and breadth of Mick Rinson's abilities
What I really loved about Ronson was his ability to tune in mid solo. He'd notice a string out of tune and do a bluegrass string bend with the tuning peg to get it right, all part of the solo. When I saw Bowie he had Frampton or Andian Belew. Only got to see Ronson with Ian Hunter.
Mick Ronson probably has greater recognition now than when he was alive, a unique style. I do occasionally wonder what instrumental versions of Ziggy Stardust (the single) and Jean Genie would sound like.
I listen to "Heroes" more now than forty years ago, Robert Fripp was good, but Ronson would have been better.
[/url] This is me having fun. I play every instrument and produced the video. Ain't retirement grand? Cheers, Bill
PS Don't get the wrong idea. I haven't watched an episode of the X files in years. I'm not a UFO nutter. I did get interested in the idea a bit when the US government released three fighter jet gun camera videos this year with these things in the cross-hairs. I've been looking into it, but frankly, there isn't much there. A lot of kooks with their tin foil hats on too tight. I wear a baseball cap and my feet are firmly planted on the ground. I hope you didn't miss the George Tsoukolos crop circle! They guy from Ancient Aliens? Too Funny!
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