Wednesday, February 4, 2015

The Small Faces - 1967 - The Small Faces (Immediate)

The Small Faces
1967
The Small Faces - Immediate





Original Mono Album
101. (Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me 02:16
102. Something I Want To Tell You 02:07
103. Feeling Lonely 01:32
104. Happy Boys Happy 01:36
105. Things Are Going To Get Better 02:37
106. My Way Of Giving 01:55
107. Green Circles 02:33
108. Become Like You 01:58
109. Get Yourself Together 02:19
110. All Our Yesterdays 01:49
111. Talk To You 02:06
112. Show Me The Way 02:06
113. Up The Wooden Hills To Bedfordshire 02:02
114. Eddie's Dreaming 02:55
Bonus Tracks - Mono
115. Here Comes The Nice 02:57
116. Itchycoo Park 02:46
117. I'm Only Dreaming 02:23
118. Tin Soldier 03:21
119. I Feel Much Better 03:57
120. (Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me - Alternate Mix 02:05
121. Eddie's Dreaming - Alternate Mix 02:42
122. Green Circles - Take 1: Alternate Mix 3 02:35

Original Stereo Album
201. (Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me 02:15
202. Something I Want To Tell You 02:10
203. Feeling Lonely 01:34
204. Happy Boys Happy 01:35
205. Things Are Going To Get Better 02:38
206. My Way Of Giving 01:58
207. Green Circles 02:46
208. Become Like You 01:57
209. Get Yourself Together 02:16
210. All Our Yesterdays 01:52
211. Talk To You 02:07
212. Show Me The Way 02:08
213. Up the Wooden Hills to Bedfordshire 02:04
214. Eddie's Dreaming 02:57
Bonus Tracks - Stereo expert * Mono
215. Just Passing 01:15
216. Itchycoo Park 02:48
217. Here Comes The Nice 03:03
218. Don't Burst My Bubble 02:25
219. Things Are Going to Get Better - Alternate Version 02:34
220. I Can't Make It - Session Version 02:10
221. Green Circles - Alternate Take 2 * 02:43
222. Tin Soldier 03:22
223. (If You Think You're) Groovy - Backing Track * 03:09



Informed by beat, soul and incipient psychedelia, it’s the tension between Marriott’s cocky instantaneity and Lane’s measured reflection that really lies at the heart of the second Small Faces album. The magnificent and irresistible Itchycoo Park gave the band their only US Top 20 hit and reasserted the Small Faces’ supremacy as a singles act.
Coming on the back of the speedily stoned Here Come The Nice (June 1967), and the track reached No. 3 in Britain at the height of the Summer of Love. A long-time favourite for Small Faces connoisseurs, the album rather suffered from being released in the same month as The Beatles’ headline-hogging Sgt. Pepper – hence its latter-day status as a hidden gem.

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