Small Faces - Small Faces [Deluxe 2CD] | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. (Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me
2. Something I Want to Tell You
3. Feeling Lonely
4. Happy Boys Happy (Mono Version)
5. Things Are Going to Get Better
6. My Way of Giving
7. Green Circles (Mono Version)
8. Become Like You
9. Get Yourself Together
10. All Our Yesterdays (Mono Version)
11. Talk to You
12. Show Me the Way
13. Up the Wooden Hills to Bedfordshire
14. Eddie's Dreaming

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With the full co-operation of surviving Small Faces members Kenney Jones and Ian "Mac" McLagan, a massive tape recovery and remastering programme has enabled the original albums to sound better than at any time since the 60's while also adding a host of previously unreleased material.

Grammy Award winning graphic designer Rachel Gutek has assembled the new Definitive Edition Remaster Series and all feature deluxe packaging, restored original artwork, rare photos and memorabilia alongside comprehensive new sleeve notes by Mojo's Mark Paytress. Each release contains new and revealing interviews with Kenney and Mac while also including archive interview material with Steve Marriott and Ronnie Lane.

"This is the Small Faces as they should be heard," says Kenney Jones. "The band lived through explosive times - and every bit of that intensity found its way onto these records."

`SMALL FACES', originally released in June 1967, was the band's debut album for Andrew Loog Oldham's Immediate Records. Recorded at IBC and Olympic Studios in London with Glyn Johns, this connoisseurs' favourite saw the group expand their sonic playground from pop and R&B to include acid-inspired psychedelia (`Green Circles'), music hall (`All Our Yesterdays'), waltz-time folk-rock (`Become Like You') to quintessential Small Faces pop at its most taut and swinging (`Get Yourself Together') Paul Weller's all-time favourite Small Faces song.

Small Faces (Deluxe 2CD Digisleeve)