There Are But Four Small Faces: Magenta Vinyl LP
There Are But Four Small Faces: Magenta Vinyl LP
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There Are But Four Small Faces: Magenta Vinyl LP

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Label: BMG
Release Date: 14th April

It's their US debut, it's not really an album but it slaps as a collection of high points from those lovely sub-5ft8 legends. Tin Soldier is the GOAT, Itchycoo Park is the band at their most rooty-tooty-tai-tay best, Talk to You is an RnB stomper, I Feel Much Better is a proto-glam-rock organ banger, Here Comes the Nice is the token 'dealer's on their way' tune and Green Circles is a building psychedelic pop thumper. 

‘There Are But Four Small Faces’ was the Small Faces debut on Immediate Records in America in 1968. Compiled from stereo versions and different takes of songs from the UK mono ‘Small Faces’ LP plus stereo mixes of US hits ‘Itchycoo Park’ and ‘Tin Soldier’ plus ‘Green Circles’ and ‘Here Come The Nice’.

Fully-illustrated in-depth sleeve notes by American music journalist and author Ken Sharp has exclusive interviews with Olympic Studios engineer George Chkiantz, fellow Immediate Records artist PP Arnold, renowned photographer Gered Mankowitz and commentary by Eric Carmen (‘All By Myself’, The Raspberries) and Californian journalist Harvey Kubernik.

Itchycoo Park
Talk To You
Up The Wooden Hills To Bedfordshire
My Way Of Giving
I`m Only Dreaming
I Feel Much Better

Tin Soldier
Get Yourself Together
Show Me The Way
Here Come The Nice
Show Me The Way
Green Circles
(Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me?

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