22nd June 2018
Buried Alive: Live In Maryland
Disc 1: 1. Sweet Little Rock 'n' Roller / 2. Buried Alive / 3. F.U.C Her / 4. Mystifies Me / 5. Infekshun / 6. Rock Me Baby / 7. Sure The One You Need / 8. Lost & Lonely / 9. Love In Vain / 10. Breathe On Me Disc 2: 1. Let's Go Steady / 2. Apartment #9 / 3. Honky Tonk Women / 4. Worried Life Blues / 5. I Can Feel The Fire / 6. Come To Realise / 7. Am I Grooving You? / 8. Seven Days / 9. Before They Make Me Run / 10. Jumping Jack Flash
The reasons that Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards, Ian McLagan, Stanley Clarke, Bobby Keys and Joseph 'Ziggy' Modeliste toured as The New Barbarians in 1979 started piling up five years earlier, when Keith took time out from the Stones to join Ronnie, then finding time away from The Faces to record his first solo album. Their obvious affinity, both musically and personally, led not only to Ronnie replacing Mick Taylor in the Stones but to the formation of the New Barbarians as a truly back-to-basics Rock 'n' Roll project. Neatly timed to coincide with the punishment duly allotted for Keith's 1977 Canadian drugs bust, the band performed alongside the Stones at two 1979 benefit gigs for the Canadian National Institute For The Blind before embarking on a short North American tour. In May they headlined at the Capitol Center Arena in Largo, Maryland, and this superb 2CD set documents that show. This is the first ever official release of this historic show and is an essential purchase for all fans of Ronnie & Keith, The Rolling Stones and for Rock 'n' Roll outlaws everywhere.