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Famous Pop Groups of the 1960s

EMIDISC 5C 148-51812/13

Released: 1973 

Small Faces

Side One: Small Faces Live

  1. Small Faces Live
  2. Rollin' Over
  3. If I Were a Carpenter
  4. Every Little Bit Hurts
  5. All or Nothing
  6. Tin Soldier

Side Two

  1. Callibosher (as stated on label and sleeve!)
  2. Call It Something Nice
  3. Red Balloon
  4. Wide-Eyed Girl on the Wall
  5. The Autumn Stone

Amen Corner

Side Three

  1. Macarthur Park
  2. Baby Do The Philly Dog
  3. You're My Girl
  4. Shake a Tail Feather
  5. So Fine
  6. (Our Love) In the Pocket

Side Four

  1. Penny Lane
  2. High in the Sky
  3. Gin House
  4. Bend Me Shape Me
  5. (If Paradise is) Half as Nice
Apart from the obvious Small Faces songs, there is much of interest here to Small Faces fans. Firstly, we have the cover of (Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me by Apostolic Convention. PP Arnold (backing vocals on Tin Soldier) turns up singing First Cut is the Deepest, Though it Hurts Me Badly as well the duet with Rod Stewart, Come Home Baby. Also, note the rarity Billy Nicholls' Would You Believe written by Steve Marriott and Ronnie Lane. The Poets' Baby Don't You Do It was also recorded by the Small Faces. The Small Faces may have also played as session musicians on some of these tracks. It is certainly possible to note Steve Marriott on backing vocals on Would You Believe. Any ideas?

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