Musician

Ronnie Lane

  • Apr 01, 1946 - Jun 04, 1997 (age 51)
  • 5' 5" (1.65 m)
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2019
Just for a Moment (The Best of)
AlbumMay 24, 2019

Just for a Moment (The Best of)

Just for a Moment (The Best of) released.
Just For a Moment: Music 1973-1997
AlbumMay 24, 2019

Just For a Moment: Music 1973-1997

Just For a Moment: Music 1973-1997 released.
The  US Years 1987-92
AlbumMar 22, 2019

The US Years 1987-92

The US Years 1987-92 released.
Odds ‘N’ Ends (1976-81)
AlbumMar 22, 2019

Odds ‘N’ Ends (1976-81)

Odds ‘N’ Ends (1976-81) released.
2014
The Majic Mijits
AlbumOct 21, 2014

The Majic Mijits

The Majic Mijits released.
Ooh La La: An Island Harvest
AlbumMar 10, 2014

Ooh La La: An Island Harvest

Ooh La La: An Island Harvest released.
2013
Live at Rockpalast
AlbumMar 18, 2013

Live at Rockpalast

Live at Rockpalast released.
2004
SongJan 27, 2004

All or Nothing (Reprise)
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2003
SongNov 4, 2003

You Can Never Tell
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Ain't No One Like
AlbumNov 4, 2003

Ain't No One Like

Ain't No One Like released.
2002
SongMay 7, 2002

Debris
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Lucky Seven
AlbumMay 7, 2002

Lucky Seven

Lucky Seven released.
2001
Rocket 69
AlbumApr 24, 2001

Rocket 69

Rocket 69 released.
How Come
AlbumFeb 5, 2001

How Come

How Come released.
2000
Live in Austin
AlbumDec 12, 2000

Live in Austin

Live in Austin released.
SongDec 12, 2000

I'm an April Fool
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The Legendary Majic Mijits
AlbumNov 7, 2000

The Legendary Majic Mijits

The Legendary Majic Mijits released.
You Never Can Tell
AlbumApr 25, 2000

You Never Can Tell

You Never Can Tell released.
1998
Tin & Tambourine
AlbumJul 13, 1998

Tin & Tambourine

Tin & Tambourine released.
SongJun 30, 1998

Ooh La La
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SongJun 30, 1998

Sweet Virginia (2)
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1997
Ronnie Lane
PersonalJune 1997

Ronnie Lane

Ronnie Lane passed away.
1980
See Me
AlbumJan 1, 1980

See Me

See Me is the fourth and the last studio solo album by Ronnie …
See Me is the fourth and the last studio solo album by Ronnie Lane. The album was released 18 years before Lane's death. Lane had previously been a founding member of Small Faces and Faces. During the recording of Rough Mix, Lane's multiple sclerosis was diagnosed. Nonetheless he toured, wrote and recorded (with Eric Clapton among others) and in 1979 released another album, See Me, which features several songs written by Lane and Clapton. Around this time, Lane travelled the highways and byways of England and lived a 'passing show' modern nomadic life in full Gypsy traveller costume and accommodation.
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1977
Rough Mix
AlbumSep 16, 1977

Rough Mix

Rough Mix is an album by the Who's guitarist Pete …
Rough Mix is an album by the Who's guitarist Pete Townshend and former Small Faces and Faces bassist Ronnie Lane. The album was released in September 1977 as Polydor 2442 in the UK and MCA 2295 in the US. It peaked at number 44 on the UK album chart, and at number 45 on the Billboard 200.
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1975
Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance
AlbumJan 1, 1975

Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance

Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance …
Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance is the second solo album recorded by Ronnie Lane, one of the founders of Small Faces and Faces, after he left Faces to live on a farm in Wales. In homage to his perceived chances of commercial success, he named his band Slim Chance. Six of the thirteen songs on this album were written by Lane, the rest of Slim Chance, and Kate Lambert, his wife; the remainder were cover versions. Haunting, profound, and witty, the album did not exceed his commercial expectations.
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1974
SongJul 1, 1974

Debris
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Anymore for Anymore
AlbumJun 1, 1974

Anymore for Anymore

Anymore for Anymore is the debut solo album by Ronnie Lane, …
Anymore for Anymore is the debut solo album by Ronnie Lane, one of the founding members of Small Faces and Faces. The recording sessions started in 1973 at his 100-acre (40 ha) farm in Wales with his new band Slim Chance, using Ronnie Lane's Mobile Studio (Lane had originally wanted to rechristen the Small Faces with the name Slim Chance in 1969 after Steve Marriott left the group, but when Ron Wood and then Rod Stewart joined them soon after, the other band members vetoed the idea and opted to slightly amend their existing name to Faces instead).
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1946
Ronnie Lane
BirthApril 1946

Ronnie Lane

Ronnie Lane was born.
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