Ronnie Wood, the guitarist of The Rolling Stones, has explained the details about the production process of the band’s album ‘Steel Wheels‘ for the 31st anniversary of its release.

Since this month marks the 31st anniversary of The Rolling Stones album ‘Steel Wheels’, which came out in August 1989, the Instagram team of Wood shared what the musician said about the album-making process.

It was stated that Ronnie said things were happening so fast at that time. He added, they did a year and a half’s work in such a short time as five weeks. Wood also said that they produced a highly successful album at two hotels and two restaurants.

‘Steel Wheels’, which is the final album of new material the band recorded for Columbia Records, was completed over just a few weeks at AIR Studios in Montserrat, the Carribbean. The Rolling Stones made a reversion to a more classic style of music in the album. ‘Steel Wheels’ also launched the band’s biggest world tour to date.

Here is what was said in the latest Instagram post of Ronnie Wood:

“This month marks the 31st anniversary of the release of Rolling Stones album Steel Wheels! Released in August, 1989, and including the singles ‘Mixed Emotions’, ‘Rock and a Hard Place’, ‘Almost Hear You Sigh’ and ‘Terrifying’, it was recorded over just a few weeks at AIR Studios in Montserrat, the Carribean.

Ronnie said of the process: “Things were happening so fast and there was really nothing else to do. Two hotels, two restaurants. So we did a year and a half’s work in 5 weeks”. What are your memories of the album?”

You can see Wood’s post below.