Just Like This

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Just Like This
Compilation album by Mick Ronson
Released 1999
Recorded 1976–1977, Bearsville Studios, Bearsville, New York
Genre Rock
Length 63:44
Producer Mick Ronson
Mick Ronson chronology
Heaven and Hull
(1994)Heaven and Hull1994
Just Like This

Just Like This is a studio album of previously unreleased material recorded between 1976 and 1977 by Mick Ronson. It was supposed to become Mick Ronson's third solo album after Slaughter on 10th Avenue (1974) and Play Don't Worry (1975), but due to low selling amounts of these albums, record company RCA refused to release this third album in 1977. Just Like This is finally released six years after Mick's death (1993) on 15 March 1999 by New Millennium Music (Burning Airlines label) in a limited amount. A rare extra limited amount has an extra bonus CD with 7 demo's and 2 outtakes. The release was fully backed by Mick Ronson's widow Suzanne Ronson.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Mick Ronson; except where indicated

CD One:

  1. "Just Like This" (T-Bone Walker)
  2. "I'd Give Anything"
  3. "Takin' a Train" (Jay Davis)
  4. "Hard Life"
  5. "(I'm Just A) Junkie for Your Love" (Ricky Fataar)
  6. "Crazy Love" (Blondie Chaplin)
  7. "Hey Grandma" (Skip Spence)
  8. "Is That Any Way"
  9. "I've Got No Secrets"
  10. "Hard Headed Woman"
  11. "Roll Like the River" (Ronson, Mick Barakan, Bobby Chen, Burt Carey)
  12. "Angel No. 9" (Craig Fuller)

CD Two:

  1. "Crazy Love" (Demo)
  2. "I'd Give Anything To See You (Right Now)" - Demo
  3. "Takin' The Next Train" (Demo)
  4. "Hard Life" (Ballad version)
  5. "Junkie" (Demo)
  6. "Hey Grandma" (Demo)
  7. "Just Like This" (Demo)
  8. "Ronno's Bar & Grill" (Studio outtake)
  9. "In the Old Mountains of the East Riding" (Outtake)


  • Mick Ronson – vocals, guitar
  • Shane Fontayne – guitar, backing vocals
  • Jay Davis – bass, backing vocals
  • Burt Carey – bass
  • Bobby Chen – drums, backing vocals

Executive Producer: Suzanne Ronson