'There Are But Four Small Faces' Vinyl
2014 remastered and recut 180g vinyl edition of the Small Faces debut US LP (originally released on Andrew Loog Oldham's Immediate Records in 1968).
Cut by Matt Colton at Air Studios, London from the original production master tape with nothing else in the signal path and the lacquer.
The cutting session was conducted under the supervision of Kenney Jones and Ian McLagan.
This definitive edition of 'There Are But Four Small Faces' has been overseen by surviving band members Kenney Jones and Ian McLagan and features previously unseen memorabilia and photography, plus In-depth sleeve notes by Ken Sharp with new exclusive interviews with Olympic Studios engineer George Chkiantz, PP Arnold, renowned photographer Gered Mankowitz and commentary by Eric Carmen ('All By Myself', The Raspberries) and Californian journalist Harvey Kubernik.
"A newly curated romp through the band's Immediate output with the emphasis on 45s. Nice to hear the single edit of 'Afterglow' getting a rare look in, too."
★★★★★ ANDY MORTEN, SHINDIG
"The Small Faces' best stand as mind-blowingly brilliant, in any era."
9/10 GAVIN MARTIN, CLASSIC ROCK
"Material that is by turns whimsical, hummable, danceable and, if you want it to be, thought-provoking."
★★★★ R2 MAGAZINE
1. Itchycoo Park [02:48]
2. Talk To You [02:07]
3. Up The Wooden Hills To Bedfordshire [02:04]
4. My Way Of Giving [01:58]
5. I`m Only Dreaming [02:23]
6. I Feel Much Better [03:57]
1. Tin Soldier [03:22]
2. Get Yourself Together [02:16]
3. Show Me The Way [02:08]
4. Here Come The Nice [03:03]
5. Green Circles [02:46]
6. (Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me? [02:15]
CHARLY 107 L - OUT NOW
Part of The Small Faces Re-Masters Series
The last five years have seen a massive programme of tape recovery and upgrading with the full co-operation and endorsement of both surviving band members. Kenney Jones has given access to his personal tape archive and many of the band’s original master tapes and session multi-tracks, previously lost for over forty years, have been discovered and re-mastered. It is thus now possible to present the Small Faces’ recordings sounding better than at any time since the 1960s. The Re-Masters series also presents a host of newly discovered tracks and alternative versions, alongside original artwork, photos, rare publicity material and memorabilia with comprehensive new sleeve-notes based around band interviews.