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Runaway - The Small Faces* - Early Faces (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Few mid-'60s groups have seen the appreciation of their work grow like the Small Faces. Two of their albums are out on heavyweight vinyl from today (22).
  2. The BBC Sessions (also known as BBC Sessions: ) is a live album by the british rock group Small Faces, released on November 15, on Strange Fruit Records. It is a collection of recordings the group made for the BBC. While mostly being made up of tracks recorded for Saturday Club in , it also features three songs recorded for Top Gear in
  3. Apr 09,  · The Small Faces, 'You Need Loving', taken from their first album for Decca,'Small Faces'. This Actual recording is from my first pressed copy of the mono vinyl, which I purchased on it's release.
  4. This is the Small Faces second album, and as such is actually a cash-in compilation following a change of label for the band. Originally released in right after the Small Faces had left Decca and moved to Immediate, it gathers together assorted odds and ends of (then) unreleased Decca material/5(11).
  5. It's a mix of A-sides, first album outtakes and works-in-progress for a second LP and contains an inventive cover of Del Shannon's classic Runaway as well their biggest hit, 'All or Nothing'.Limited gm audiophile vinyl LP repressing of this album by the iconic British quartet featuring Steve Marriot, Ronnie Lane, Kenny Jones and Ian McLagan.
  6. Part of the second wave of the British Invasion that made it into the door to the U.S. that the Beatles busted wide open The Small Faces though a little like The Kinks before them were desperately unlucky with bad management and other misalignment of the stars that prevented them from getting a fair assessment at the time and only much later did their true quality become evident/5(25).
  7. It’s a mix of A-sides, first album outtakes and works-in-progress for a second LP and contains an inventive cover of Del Shannon's classic "Runaway" as well their biggest hit, "All or Nothing." The latter was the highlight of the Small Faces live set, the centerpiece of From The Beginning and, reckoned Steve Marriott, one of two key Swinging.
  8. Small Faces were an English British Beat band formed in by Steve Marriott, Ronnie Lane, Kenney Jones, and Jimmy Winston (who was soon replaced by Ian McLagan).Heavily influenced by American rhythm and blues, they later evolved into a psychedelic act before disbanding in Despite the fact that they were only together four years, Small Faces' music output from the mid to late sixties.

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