Mick Ronson originally achieved commercial
success as David Bowie's guitarist in backing
band The Spiders of Mars during the Ziggy
Stardust era. In 1975, Ronson released
his second solo album Play Don't Worry.
Comprised mostly of covers by such artists
as The Velvet Underground and Little
Richard, Ronson meticulously reimagines
these songs in his own musical style. A
genius instrumentalist, Play Don't Worry is a
supreme example of Ronson's abilities at the
height of his career.
* Mastered for vinyl by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio
* Faithful, updated rendering of original art.
* Limited editions of 500 180-gram black and 500 140-
gram blue and white swirl vinyl manufactured for pristine
sound at Furnace Manufacturing.
A1 Billy Porter
A2 Angel no. 9
A3 this is for you
A4 white light/white heat
B1 play don't worry
B2 hazy days
B3 girl can't help it
B4 empty bed (io me ne andrei)
DON'T JUST LISTEN TO MUSIC EXPERIENCE IT.