As I mentioned in my previous post about the first night of the two-night stand, my memories of the numerous shows I saw at Woody’s on the Beach are somewhat vague, but this night I remember well. Ron and Bo were particularly pumped and they broke into some classic Stones tunes, as well as some Faces. And while Ronnie Wood is not a great singer by any stretch, watching him sing “Honky Tonk Women” and mimicking the snorting of cocaine with his big nose while croaking out “She blew my nose and then she blew my mind” is a rock and roll image that is forever burned into my memory.
The Faces medley was also quite an experience for me. The first concert I ever attended was Rod Stewart and the Faces, way back when (unfortunately, I do not have that stub). So seeing Ron jam on these tunes connected me with my concert christening.
Finally, the gunslingers closed the show with a smokin’ version of “Hey! Bo Diddley.” I could not think of a better song to wrap up two nights of rock, rhythm and blues.
Here is the full setlist.
- Crackin’ Up
- I’m a Man
- Money to Ronnie
- Around the Plynth > Prodigal Son > Gasoline Alley > Little Red Rooster
- Honky Tonk Women
- Black Limousine
- Bo Diddley’s A Gunslinger
- You Can’t Judge a Book by the Cover
- It’s All Over Now
- Hey! Bo Diddley