This sounds to be either the center channel from a 5.1 mix or a center channel phase extraction, which actually can be a better learning tool than if it were off the multitrack. During the solo section you can hear the guitar solo enter, which is why a tell-tale sign that it's not directly from the multitrack.
Here's a couple of things to note as you listen:
1) Ronnie's voice is pretty compressed, but this is something that he really needs since he had such a dynamic voice.
2) There's a good bit of a medium long plate reverb on his vocal. It doesn't sound like it's delayed.
3) He doubles the B section of the verse and then breaks into the harmony on the hook of the song. Some of the harmonies have different releases form the lead phrasing, which we probably wouldn't let pass today. That said, it never bothered me before when I listened to the song.
4) You can hear a punch out at the end of the high section vocal section of verse two.
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