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Small Faces (Official Thread)

Discussion in '60's Music' started by Cincinnatus, May 23, 2010.

  1. METALPRIEST

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    Small Faces to Release Limited-Edition Box Set

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    On Jan. 27, 2014, the Small Faces will release a four-CD box set chronicling their three years on Immediate Records. ‘Here Come the Nice: The Immediate Years 1967-1969′ will feature 75 tracks and a considerable amount of extra material.

    The first CD contains all the singles the band recorded for Immediate, including ‘Here Come the Nice’ and ‘Itchycoo Park.’ The other three discs are comprised of previously unreleased versions, studio outtakes and live cuts. The complete track listing is below.

    In addition, there are replicas of three rare EPs on colored vinyl; a 72-page hardcover book with a foreword by Pete Townshend and testimonials from fans like Robert Plant, David Bowie and Paul Stanley; a fully illustrated lyric book; frameable artwork; a press kit for ‘Ogden’s Nut Gone Flake‘; and a replica of the acetate for ‘Mystery.’

    Only 3,000 copies of the collection, which will be sold exclusively through Amazon, will be produced worldwide. Adding to the value will be the personal signatures of Kenney Jones and Ian MacLagan on a certificate replicating an Olympic Sound Studio tape box.



    ‘Here Come the Nice: The Immediate Years 1967-1969′ Track Listing

    Disc One
    1. ‘Here Come The Nice (mono)’
    2. ‘Talk To You (mono)’
    3. ‘(Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me (mono)’
    4. ‘Something I Want To Tell You (mono)’
    5. ‘Get Yourself Together (mono)’
    6. ‘Become Like You (mono)’
    7. ‘Green Circles (mono)’
    8. ‘Eddie’s Dreaming (b-side edit) (mono)’
    9. ‘Itchycoo Park (mono)’
    10. ‘I’m Only Dreaming (mono)’
    11. ‘Tin Soldier (mono)’
    12. ‘I Feel Much Better (mono)’
    13. ‘Lazy Sunday (mono)’
    14. ‘Rollin’ Over (Part II of Happiness Stan) (mono)’
    15. ‘Mad John (single version) (mono)’
    16. ‘The Journey (single version) (mono)’
    17. ‘The Universal (mono)’
    18. ‘Donkey Rides, A Penny A Glass (mono)’
    19. ‘Afterglow Of Your Love (single version) (mono)’
    20. ‘Wham Bam Thank You Mam (mono)’

    Disc Two
    1. ‘Shades Of Green (mono)’
    2. ‘Green Circles (take 1) (mono)’
    3. ‘Green Circles (take 1 alt mix 1) (mono)’
    4. ‘Anything (tracking session) (stereo)’
    5. ‘Anything (backing track) (stereo)’
    6. ‘Show Me The Way (stripped down mix) (stereo)’
    7. ‘Wit Art Yer (tracking session) (mono)’
    8. ‘Wit Art Yer (backing track) (stereo)’
    9. ‘I Can’t Make It (alt mix) (stereo)’
    10. ‘Doolally (tracking session) (mono)’
    11. ‘What’s It Called? (overdub session) (mono)’
    12. ‘Call It Something Nice (take 9) (stereo)’
    13. ‘Wide Eyed Girl (take 2) (stereo)’
    14. ‘Wide Eyed Girl On The Wall (alt mix) (stereo)’
    15. ‘Donkey Rides, A Penny A Glass (stripped down mix) (stereo)’
    16. ‘Red Balloon With A Blue Surprise (take 5) (stereo)’
    17. ‘Red Balloon (alt mix) (stereo)’
    18. ‘Saieide Mamoon (tracking session) (stereo)’

    Disc Three
    1. ‘Wham Bam Thank You Mam (alt mix) (stereo)’
    2. ‘I Can’t Make It (stripped down mix) (stereo)’
    3. ‘This Feeling Of Spring (take 1) (stereo)’
    4. ‘All Our Yesterdays (backing track) (mono)’
    5. ‘Talk To You (alt mix) (stereo)’
    6. ‘Mind The Doors Please (mono)’
    7. ‘Things Are Going To Get Better (stripped down mix) (stereo)’
    8. ‘Mad John (tracking session) (stereo)’
    9. ‘A Collibosher (take 4) (stereo)’
    10. ‘Lazy Sunday Afternoon (early mix) (mono)’
    11. ‘Jack (backing track) (stereo)’
    12. ‘Fred (backing track) (stereo)’
    13. ‘Red Balloon (stripped down mix) (stereo)’
    14. ‘Kolomodelomo (take 1) (stereo)’
    15. ‘Donkey Rides, A Penny A Glass (alt mix) (stereo)’
    16. ‘Jenny’s Song (take 2) (stereo)’

    Disc Four
    1. ‘Itchycoo Park (take 1 stereo mix) (stereo)’
    2. ‘Here Come The Nice (take 1 stereo mix) (stereo)’
    3. ‘I’m Only Dreaming (take 1 stereo mix) (stereo)’
    4. ‘Don’t Burst My Bubble (mono)’
    5. ‘I Feel Much Better (stereo)’
    6. ‘Green Circles (take 1 Italian version) (mono)’
    7. ‘Yesterday, Today And Tomorrow (alt mix) (stereo)’
    8. ‘Piccanniny (alt mix) (stereo)’
    9. ‘Get Yourself Together (alt mix) (stereo)’
    10. ‘Eddie’s Dreaming (take 2 alt mix) (stereo)’
    11. ‘(Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me (take 2 alt mix) (stereo)’
    12. ‘Up The Wooden Hills To Bedfordshire (US alt mix) (mono)’
    13. ‘Afterglow Of Your Love (alt single version) (mono)’
    14. ‘(If You Think You’re) Groovy (mono) (The Lot Version)’ – P.P. Arnold & Small Faces
    15. ‘Me You And Us Too (mono)’
    16. ‘The Universal (take 1 stereo mix) (stereo)’
    17. ‘Rollin’ Over (live) (stereo)’
    18. ‘If I Were A Carpenter (live) (stereo)’
    19. ‘Every Little Bit Hurts (live) (stereo)’
    20. ‘All Or Nothing (live) (stereo)’
    21. ‘Tin Soldier (live) (stereo)’
     
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    wow 50yrs where has all the time gone @Magic:grinthumb
     
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    One of my favourite bands. Steve Marriott got my into singing back in his SF days but how he sang in the Pie was just outrageous!!! Shame there isn't more live stuff of SF but at least they had a good exciting live sound to their studio stuff. Ridiculously funny too!
    Interviewer: Do you believe in Rock N' Roll
    Ronnie Lane: Yeah, it's everywhere
    Steve Marriott: I just trod in some
     
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    the true genius of Steve Mariott
     
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    Worth an hour of your life...

    Some great footage and smashing tribute to the Debris man...pity Ozzy's gangster and robber of a FIL is featured.
    Truly a little gem this!
     
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    E-Z Cool good looking rock dude

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    Happened to play the Charlton FC live gig from 1976 featuring 'The Pie' along with The Who and a few others that is featured in the Humble Pie Bootleg series Vol.1 box set where Jerry Shirley (drummer) says Pete Townsend watched Humble Pie's blistering set and then came on stage with The Who and pulled out all the stops!!.
     
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    ^ i was at that Valley Ground The Who concert...it was the best !
    Sadly i missed a Small Faces gig in the late 70's in Birmingham...but i own the two albums from when they reformed with Rick Wills on bass:

    Playmates- 1977.
     
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    The following year 78 In The Shade was released..and was a very well produced pub/ soul rock offering.

    Thinkin' About Love - 1978.
     
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    Wasn't that the gig where The Who were officially declared to be the LOUDEST BAND IN THE WORLD on the decibel level the equivalent to a 747 'Jumbo jet' engine taking off!!!!!!!!!!!.
     
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