The Small Faces – Steve Marriott, Ronnie Lane, Ian McLagan and Kenney Jones were the epitome of cool. As well as being the sharpest looking band ever they were also brilliant both live on stage and in the studio. You would be hard pressed anywhere to find a band that displayed as much energy and passion as they did. There was also a generous camaraderie that flourished amongst themselves. Sadly, though they were also the most ripped off and under-appreciated (at that time) of all great English bands of the era, yet despite that they undeniably helped to shape and influence pop music's most important decade: The sixties.
In addition to the music and lyrics, this third edition includes a mini biographical of the band, interviews with fan club secretary Pauline Corcoran, Small Faces band members themselves plus; a Ronnie Wood foreword, a UK discography, a trivia section, a fans eye view and previously unpublished photographs
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I have been waiting for this release! Another exceptional book by John Hellier and Paul Weller
Great read. So good to see this available as an Ebook