FINE LIMITED EDITIONS SINCE 1974
Ronnie Wood’s new music video for ‘How Can It Be?’ will be screened for the first time at an exhibition at Books Kinokuniya, Sydney, on Thursday 5th November. For more details on the event, visit www.kinokuniya.com.au
Ronnie originally recorded ‘How Can It Be?’ with his band, The Birds, in 1965. Fifty years later he has reworked the song for release with his book of the same name. Both versions are presented on a 7” vinyl picture disc, available exclusively with signed Collector Copies of HOW CAN IT BE? A Rock ’n’ Roll Diary. Just 1,965 copies will ever be created, with original artwork by Ronnie.
‘I didn't refer to the original song, but I still had a vague memory of it in my head, and I thought that instead of trying to revamp that, I'll just bear what I have in mind of the original and write a new song.’ – Ronnie Wood
You can browse copies of Ronnie Wood’s book at the exhibition, or view online today by clicking here.
Above: Ronnie recording ‘How Can It Be?’ at London’s British Grove Studios