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The Seth Man
The Seth Man
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Dec 15, 2006, 07:46
They do indeed have small faces...

...or was it just the large ears?

Seriously, though -- "Song Of A Baker" and "All Or Nothing" (live in Newcastle) are insanely heavy tracks. "Afterglow" I'll second no problem, what a song...

"Up The Wooden Hills (To Bedfordshire)" is a classic. "Green Circles" and "Here Come the Nice"...on and on they come like an avalanche.

No disrespect to to Stanley Unwin, Steve Marriott is one of the greatest voices in Rock. He didn't need to do his "soul holler" homework, it just spilled out like cum and hit the spot.

You can hear him on "2000 Man" by the Rolling Stones (other than the Small Faces and H.P.)

The bellowing tyke; -- he didn't need the 'stache, he had the pipes.

The early nineties SUCKED for Small Faces comps but since the late nineties you're spoiled for choice. All the Immediate stuff is totally worthy.

"Afterglow"...what a track. Oh, and "Rollin' Over" and that live 'If I Were A Carpenter" and, and...

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