MUSIC / Solo / Studio Album



Now Look, released in July 1975, is Ronnie Wood’s second solo album and was made during the pivotal time between the break up of the Faces and the beginning of his tenure with the Stones.

Co-produced by Wood, Bobby Womack and Ian McLagan, the album includes musical contributions from such luminaries as Keith Richards, Mick Taylor, Willie Weeks and Andy Newmark – all of whom had played on Wood’s debut album, I’ve Got My Own Album to Do.  

The album contains eleven tracks, including Wood originals and two collaborations with Bobby Womack, plus covers of ‘Big Bayou’, Bobby Womack’s ‘If You Don’t Want My Love’ and the Ann Peebles soul classic, ‘I Can’t Stand the Rain’.

The album stayed in the US Billboards top 200 albums listings for six weeks, peaking at number 118.

Solo Studio Albums