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Re: (TV) Ronnie Lane
> But there is a promo video of the Small Faces doing "Lazy Sunday" that is far
> out. Has anyone ever seen this? Also, somewhere there is a studio version of
> the Faces doing "Maybe I'm Amazed" that is also very good. Has anyone ever
> heard this one?
The studio version of "Maybe I'm Amazed" was released only as a single.
There are numerous Faces 45's that never made it to compilations or bonus
tracks. The 45 of Real Good Time is also different than the LP version. You
can actually hear the boys singing, quite drunk in fact "Auld Lang Syne".
Ron Wood's guitar is right in yer face. In most cases the Faces 45's were
either different versions or alternate mixes to the LP versions. Flying is
another case in point as is "Three Button Hand Me Down". Writing all of this
makes me realize just how much I adored the Faces. The 45 of Maybe I'm
Amazed is not that common, but certainly worth every cent that is costs you.
The heavy 12 string guitar is played superbly by Ron Wood. And the B-side is
non-LP, I believe the track is "Oh Lord I'm Browned Off". Can any of our UK
friends tell us just what is meant by this phrase? M T C
> Raymond wrote:
>> It's extremely heart-warming for me to see so many complimentary posts
>> concerning the great Ronnie Lane.I've had the best of the Faces rhino cd on
>> my deck for the last few months now and i'm still not tired of it in the
>> I think RL had a rare depth as a musician and lyricist and is sorely missed
>> today-bizarrely (or maybe not..) whenever i hear the Seeker by the Who for
>> some reason i always think of him too...
>> For the record I have to say that i absolutely loved the Small Faces too.I
>> once saw some awesome footage of them performing "song of a baker" live on
>> some long lost german tv programme from the late 60's(the rock club?).It was
>> completely incendiary-Marriott with his guitar so low-slung you'd think it
>> must be totally impossible to play and giving it easily as much -if not
>> more-attitude than either the Pistols or MC5 at their zenith.
>> I was so energised and affected by this performance at the time that i felt
>> strangely compelled to go out and get completely roaring fall-down drunk and
>> subsequently spent the whole evening haranguing complete strangers about the
>> merits of what i'd just seen earlier on tv.... understandably perhaps i got
>> more than a few amused/bemused reactions...anyone else on the list ever seen
>> this footage too?
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: Michael Carlucci <email@example.com>
>>> I only like the material on the Faces and solo LP's of Ronnie Lane.
>>> not even that keen on the LP he did with Pete Townshend "Rough Mix". I
>>> some Small Faces tracks but really prefer Faces. I felt they were much
>>> original although I do like the psychedelic Small Faces records. M T C
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