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Small Faces, The Biography

The Small Faces were the British archetypal Mod band of the sixties.  Formed in 1964, the original line-up was Steve Marriott, Ronnie Lane, Kenney Jones and Jimmy Winston. The band were managed by Don Arden and soon secured a record deal. Within a short period of time The Small Faces were a huge success, with hit singles such as Whatcha Gonna Do About It, Sha La La La lee and Hey Girl. The band even made the number one slot with the single All Or Nothing. 

Jimmy Winston left the band in 1965 and was replaced by keyboardist Ian McLagan. With the new line-up the band continued to have hits including  Itchycoo Park, Tin Soldier and Lazy Sunday. They also recorded the highly regarded album, Ogden’s Nut Gone Flake. This line-up remained together until Steve Marriott left in early 1969 to form Humble Pie.  The remaining members would hook up with Rod Stewart and Ronnie Wood, enjoying massive success as The Faces, in the early to mid-seventies.

The Small Faces would occasionally re-form over the years, most famously when Itchycoo Park, was re-issued in 1976.  The reunion did not last long with Ronnie Lane leaving before any new recordings could take place. The re-formed band, however, did record two studio albums with new bassist Rick Wills in 1977 and 1978. Steve Marriott died in a house fire in April 1991.

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