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Small Faces Special Edition

03/24/06
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(Noble PR) Issued in mid-1968, Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake was a truly groundbreaking album in so many ways. Quite apart from containing some of the Small Faces' finest moments, it was one of the first 'concept albums', side 2 featuring a novel narration from comic Stanley Unwin which punctuated songs following the quest of Happiness Stan to find the missing half of the moon! In packaging terms, too, it broke new ground, housed in a lavish foldout circular LP sleeve, inspired by an old tobacco tin.

Now Sanctuary pays homage to this seminal album by releasing a new 3-CD Deluxe Edition; featuring the stereo mix, a companion mono version (previously unavailable on CD) plus a further CD of BBC Radio 1's ‘Classic Albums' documentary on the making of the band. Originally transmitted in 1989, this last bonus disc features interviews with all four band members: singer/guitaristSteve Marriott, bassist Ronnie Lane (along with Steve, the band's songwriting backbone), organist Ian McLagan and drummer Kenney Jones.[see full story for more] - Click here for the Full Story

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