faces discocraphy

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First Step
1970

A Nod is as Good
as a Wink...

1971

better shot coming
designed in sixty seconds

Ooh La La
1973

Coast to Coast/
Overtures and Beginners

1975

Snakes and Ladders
1976

Very much worth a better shot.  Photo by Tom Wright.  Click for larger image.
Good Boys...
When They're Asleep

1999

 


 

First Step (Released 3/70, WB1851, Billboard US #119)

  1. Wicked Messenger (Bob Dylan)
  2. Devotion (Lane)
  3. Shake, Shudder, Shiver (Lane, Wood)
  4. Stone (Lane)
  5. Around the Plynth (Stewart, Wood)
  6. Flying (Lane, Wood, Stewart)
  7. Pineapple and the Monkey (Wood)
  8. Nobody Knows (Lane, Wood)
  9. Looking Out the Window (Jones, McLagan)
  10. Three Button Hand Me Down (McLagan, Stewart)

    Kenney Jones- drums
    Ronnie Lane- bass, guitar (4)
    Ian McLagan- piano, organ
    Ron Wood- guitar, harp (4), bass (10)
    Rod Stewart- vocals, banjo (4)

    Produced by the Faces

 


 

Long Player (Released 2/71, WB1892, Billboard US #29)

  1. Bad 'N' Ruin (McLagan, Stewart)
  2. Tell Everyone (Lane)
  3. Sweet Lady Mary (Lane, Wood, Stewart)
  4. Richmond (Lane)
  5. Maybe I'm Amazed (Paul McCartney)
  6. Had Me a Real Good Time (Lane, Wood, Stewart)
  7. On the Beach (Lane, Wood)
  8. I Feel So Good (Big Bill Broonzy)
  9. Jerusalem (Wood)

    Kenney Jones- drums
    Ronnie Lane- bass, guitar, vocals
    Ian McLagan- piano, organ
    Ron Wood- lead, slide, and pedal steel guitar
    Rod Stewart- vocals
    Bobby Keys- sax
    Harry Beckett- trumpet

    (5, 7) Live at the Fillmore East, NYC.  Electric Lady Mobile.
    Engineer- Dave Palmer
    (1, 2) Rolling Stones Mobile Unit
    Engineer- Martin Birch
    (7) Revox spare room unit

    All other tracks recorded at
    Morgan Sound Studios.
    Engineer- Mike Boback

    Produced by the Faces

 


 

A Nod is as Good as a Wink... to a Blind Horse
(Released 11/71, WB2574, Billboard US#6)

  1. Back of LP- click for larger imageMiss Judy's Farm (Wood, Stewart)
  2. You're So Rude (Lane, McLagan)
  3. Love Lives Here (Lane, Wood, Stewart)
  4. Last Orders Please (Lane)
  5. Stay With Me (Wood, Stewart)
  6. Debris (Lane)
  7. Memphis (Chuck Berry)
  8. Too Bad (Wood, Stewart)
  9. That's All You Need (Wood, Stewart)

    Kenney Jones- drums
    Ronnie Lane- bass, guitar, vocals (lead- 2, 6)
    Ian McLagan- piano, organ
    Ron Wood- guitars, vocals
    Rod Stewart- vocals

    Produced by Glyn Johns

the band

 


 

Ooh La La (Released 3/73, WB2665, Billboard US #21)

  1. Back of Ooh La La LP-  click for larger imageSilicone Grown (Wood, Stewart)
  2. Cindy Incidentally (McLagan, Wood, Stewart)
  3. Flags and Banners (Lane, Stewart)
  4. My Fault (McLagan, Wood, Stewart)
  5. Borstal Boys (McLagan, Wood, Stewart)
  6. Fly in the Ointment (Jones, Lane, McLagan, Wood)
  7. If I'm On the Late Side (Lane, Stewart)
  8. Glad and Sorry (Lane)
  9. Just Another Honky (Lane)
  10. Ooh La La (Lane, Wood)

    Kenney Jones- drums
    Ronnie Lane- bass, guitar, vocals
    Ian McLagan- piano, organ
    Ron Wood- guitars, vocals (lead- 10)
    Rod Stewart- vocals

    Produced by Glyn Johns

Ronnie Lane discusses the Ooh La La sessions

 


 

Coast to Coast/Overtures and Beginners (Released 1975)

  1. It's All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack)
  2. Cut Across Shorty (Walker/Wilken)
  3. Too Bad/Every Picture Tells a Story (Stewart, Wood)
  4. Angel (Jimi Hendrix)
  5. Stay With Me (Wood, Stewart)
  6. I Wish It Would Rain (Whitfield, Strong, Penzabene)
  7. I'd Rather Go Blind (Foster, Jordan)
  8. Borstal Boys/Amazing Grace (McLagan, Wood, Stewart)(Trad., Arr. D. Throat)
  9. Jealous Guy (John Lennon)

    Kenney (I'm not saying he's unlucky, but when he was young he had a wooden horse that died) Jones- drums
    Ian (He's got so many teeth, when he smiles it looks like his tongue is playing the piano) McLagan- piano, organ
    Ron (I'm not saying he's dull, but his favorite color is light grey) Wood-guitars, vocals
    Tetsu (I'm not saying he's thin, but he wants his job back as a dipstick) Yamauchi- bass
    Rod (He's in hospital 'cos he fell off his wallet) Stewart- vocals

    Recorded live at the Anaheim Convention Center and Hollywood Palladium,
    October '73 by the Record Plant mobile truck out of LA, under the
    direction of Gary Kellgren, ably assisted by Tom Fly and Tom Scott,
    on Tetsu's (God save his kidneys) debut tour as one of the Faces type persons

    Mixed at Island Studios, Basing Street, London.

    Produced out of a hat by the Faces.

 


 

Snakes and Ladders / The Best of the Faces
(Released 1976, WB 2897)

  1. Pool Hall Richard (Wood, Stewart)***
  2. Cindy Incidentally (McLagan, Wood, Stewart)**
  3. Ooh La La (Lane, Wood)**
  4. Sweet Lady Mary (Lane, Wood, Stewart)***
  5. Flying (Lane, Wood, Stewart)****
  6. Pineapple and the Monkey (Wood)****
  7. You Can Make Me Dance, Sing, or Anything (Jones, McLagan, Wood, Stewart, Yamauchi)
  8. Had Me a Real Good Time (Lane, Wood, Stewart)***
  9. Stay With Me (Wood, Stewart)*****
  10. Miss Judy's Farm (Wood, Stewart)*****
  11. Silicone Grown (Wood, Stewart)**
  12. Around the Plynth (Stewart, Wood)****

Produced by Glyn Johns**
Produced by Faces***
Produced by Small Faces****
Produced by Glyn Johns/Faces*****
Cover Art: Ron Wood
Photography: Tom Wright

                     
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