|A1||Little Piece Of Nothing|
|A3||A Bottle Of Brandy|
|A6||I'm Going To Sit Down And Write Myself A Letter|
|A7||I'm A Country Boy|
|B1||Ain't No Daddy|
|B3||Give Me A Penny|
|B4||You Never Can Tell|
|B5||Tin And Tambourine|
|ILPS 9321||Ronnie Lane||Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance (LP, Album, Gat)||Island Records||ILPS 9321||UK||1975|
|UICY-93984||Ronnie Lane||Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, SHM)||Island Records||UICY-93984||Japan||2009|
|HI-1002||Ronnie Lane||Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance (CD, Album, RE)||Island Records||HI-1002||Japan||1990|
|ILS-80219||Ronnie Lane||Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance (LP, Album, Gat)||Island Records||ILS-80219||Japan||1975|
|SP-3638||Ronnie Lane||Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance (LP)||A&M Records||SP-3638||US||1975|
Ronald Frederick "Ronnie" Lane (1 April 1946 – 4 June 1997) was an English musician, songwriter, and producer who is best known as the bass guitarist and founding member of two prominent English rock and roll bands: Small Faces (1965–69) and subsequently Faces (1969–73). With Small Faces he was nicknamed "Plonk". After their breakup, reorganisation and Lane's losing the band's frontman slot to Rod Stewart, he earned the nickname "Three-Piece".
A heart-tugging riff from Slim Chance's "Give Me a Penny" shows up three years later on "Annie" from Rough Mix, another fine collaboration between Lane and Townshend. If you're going to get Slim Chance (and you should), pick the version that leads off with "The Poacher. Helped by Gallagher and Lyle, the song and its exquisite orchestration captures the spirit of the English countryside.
Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance – You Never Can Tell. Ronnie Lane And Slim Chance – G Morning. Ronnie Lane And Slim Chance – Burnin Summer. Ronnie Lane And Slim Chance – Ain t No Lady. Ronnie Lane, Ronnie Lane And Slim Chance – Ooh La La. 5:50. Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance – Harvest Home. Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance – A Bottle Of Brandy. Ronnie Lane And Slim Chance – Street Gang. Ronnie Lane And Slim Chance – Snake. Ronnie Lane And Slim Chance – I m Gonna Sit Right Down (And Write Myself . :53.
Recorded on Ronnie Lane's Mobile Mixed at Island Studios.
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. 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. Haunting, profound, and witty, the album did not exceed his commercial expectations.
Features Song Lyrics for Ronnie Lane's Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance album. You Never Can Tell Lyrics. Ronnie Lane Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.