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Small Faces "Small Faces" (1967)
LP (NEW) - Charly Records, US, 2012, CHARLY 104 L, 803415180417, Remastered, Mono, Incl. Colour Photo Insert
Second studio album by the Small Faces, originally released in June 1967 on Andrew Loog Oldham's Immediate label. Small Faces is considered to be the artistic breakthrough for the group’s songwriting and compositions, as well as their transition from a mod-influenced band to a psychedelic studio group, which they became seen as during their final months. All compositions are co-written by Steve Marriott and Ronnie Lane, with the exception of Ian McLagan's iconic "Up The Wooden Hills to Bedfordshire". The creative triumph represented by this psych-tinged, R&B and soul-influenced slice of mod magic, highlighted by tracks such as "(Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me" and "Green Circles", represents sheer pop genius.
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