The tastemaking London quartet were on the radio with the new single ‘Hey Girl’ when their first LP hit the streets.
The Small Faces and Humble Pie is gone but never forgotten.
Fully ten years after their split, the seminal UK trio had a new chart presence.
Small Faces, Faces & Slim Chance bass player-songwriter Ronnie Lane, born on 1 April 1946, was an English gem, as group member, collaborator or bandleader.
The great British vocal stylist Elkie Brooks, whose career has links to The Beatles, Small Faces, Robert Palmer and others, was born on 25 February 1945.
The great Steve Marriott, born in Manor Park in Essex on 30 January 1947, is being discovered by another generation of music fans.
Rod Stewart, born on 10 January 1945, made a series of formative records for Mercury that are well worth reinvestigating.
Less than a month after his shocking death, fans of Sam Cooke gave him his first posthumous hit with 'Shake,' which made the Hot 100 on 9 January 1965.
A look at Eric Clapton's history at the 'Royal Eric Hall,' London's Royal Albert Hall, where he began his first residency on 6 January 1987.
'Squeeze Box,' from The Who By Numbers and written by Pete Townshend after he bought an accordion, made the Billboard Hot 100 on 29 November 1975.
The Small Faces were making their first visit to the UK top 20 exactly in October 1965, with their debut single ‘Whatcha Gonna Do About It.’
The gap from the first break for Rod Stewart to his first UK bestseller was nearly eight years. Rod’s rocky road to No. 1 was completed on 9 October 1971.
Widely-travelled soul vocal stylist PP Arnold tells uDiscover about the new release of her vintage recordings produced by Barry Gibb and Eric Clapton.
After consecutive UK top ten hits, this was the date 50 years ago that the Small Faces became chart-toppers with 'All Or Nothing.'
One of the defining singles of Britain's psychedelic pop summer of 1967 entered the chart for 9 August that year, 'Itchycoo Park' by the Small Faces.