Small Faces: Greatest Hits - The Immediate Years 1967-1969, CD
Small Faces: Greatest Hits - The Immediate Years 1967-1969, CD
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Small Faces : Greatest Hits - The Immediate Years 1967-1969

  • CD
  • European Union
Digibook
  • Charly Records
  • (Charly 654 X)
  • Immediate
  • (Charly 654 X)
  • 20 Tracks
  • UPC 803415765423
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • minor surface marks on CD, minor shelf wear on Digibook

tracks

1

Here Come The Nice

2:55
2

Talk To You

2:05
3

(Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me

2:15
4

Something I Want To Tell You

Lead Vocals
  • Ronnie Lane
2:07
5

Get Yourself Together

2:16
6

Become Like You

1:56
7

Green Circles

Lead Vocals
  • Ronnie Lane
Written By
2:32
8

Eddie's Dreaming

Congas
  • Neemoi Acquaye
Flute
  • Lyn Dobson
Written By
2:41
9

Itchycoo Park

2:44
10

I'm Only Dreaming

2:22
11

Tin Soldier

Vocals
  • P.P. Arnold
3:19
12

I Feel Much Better

Vocals
  • P.P. Arnold
Written By
3:55
13

Lazy Sunday

Sounds
  • Glyn Johns
3:02
14

Rollin' Over (Part II Of Happiness Stan)

Tenor Saxophone
  • Peter Coe
Trumpet
  • Eddie "Tan Tan" Thornton
  • Harry Beckett
2:12
15

Mad John

2:07
16

The Journey

Bass
  • Steve Marriott
Guitar
  • Steve Marriott
Lead Vocals
  • Ronnie Lane
Written By
2:51
17

The Universal

Clarinet
  • Don Fay
2:42
18

Donkey Rides, A Penny A Glass

Written By
2:47
19

Afterglow Of Your Love

3:22
20

Wham Bam Thank You Mam

3:18

Credits

Arranged By
  • Small Faces
Bass Guitar
  • Ronnie Lane
Accordion
  • Ronnie Lane
Bass
  • Ronnie Lane
Vocals
  • Ronnie Lane
  • Ian McLagan
  • Kenny Jones
Compilation Producer
  • Rob Caiger
Research
  • Rob Caiger
Coordinator
  • Cliff Dane
  • Jean-Luc Young
Executive Producer
  • Jean-Luc Young
Design
  • Rachel Gutek
Engineer
  • Glyn Johns
  • Nick Robbins
Lead Vocals
  • Steve Marriott
Acoustic Guitar
  • Steve Marriott
Electric Guitar
  • Steve Marriott
Slide Guitar
  • Steve Marriott
Bells
  • Steve Marriott
Liner Notes
  • Rob Caiger
  • Tosh Flood
Organ
  • Ian McLagan
Piano
  • Ian McLagan
Grand Piano
  • Ian McLagan
Mellotron
  • Ian McLagan
Harpsichord
  • Ian McLagan
Marimba
  • Ian McLagan
Photography By
  • Gered Mankowitz
Producer
  • Ronnie Lane
  • Steve Marriott
Spoons
  • Kenny Jones
Drums
  • Kenny Jones
Percussion
  • Kenny Jones
Supervised By
  • Ian McLagan
  • Kenny Jones
Transferred By
  • Rob Keyloch
Written By

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