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Faces - 1970-1975: You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything... - 5 CD Box Set

The Faces squeezed a lifetime’s worth of rock ’n’ roll into just five years. But despite their relatively short time together, Kenney Jones (drums), Ronnie Lane (bass/vocals), Ian McLagan (keyboard), Rod Stewart (vocals) and Ronnie Wood (guitar/vocals) have earned a spot on the short list of the world’s greatest rock bands. This brand new boxed set features newly remastered versions of all four of the Faces’ studio albums, plus a bonus disc of rarities. All of the music has been remastered from the original analog tapes and approved by the surviving band members. Without a doubt, this is the best-sounding version of the band’s music ever released. In addition to the studio albums, the collection also features a bonus disc that gathers up nine essentials tracks that didn’t appear on proper albums, including the 1973 single “Pool Hall Richard,” a live performance of the Temptations’ “I Wish It Would Rain” from the 1973 Reading Festival, and “Dishevelment Blues,” a song that came free as a flexi-disc in copies of the British music publication, New Music Express.


CD 1. First Step (1970)
CD 2. Long Player (1971)
CD 3. A Nod is as Good as a Wink… to a Blind Horse (1971)
CD 4. Ooh La La (1973)
CD 5. Bonus Disc

First Step (1970)

1. Wicked Messenger
2. Devotion
3. Shake, Shudder Shiver
4. Stone
5. Around the Plynth
6. Flying
7. Pineapple and the Monkey
8. Nobody Knows
9. Looking out the Window
10. Three Button Hand Me Down
Bonus tracks (previously unissued)
11. Behind The Sun (outtake)
12. Mona-The Blues (outtake)
13. Shake, Shudder, Shiver (BBC Session)
14. Flying (Take 3)
15. Nobody Knows (Take 2)

Long Player (1971)

1. Bad ‘N’ Ruin
2. Tell Everyone
3. Sweet Lady Mary
4. Richmond
5. Maybe I’m Amazed
6. Had Me A Real Good Time
7. On The Beach
8. I Feel So Good
9. Jerusalem
Bonus tracks (previously unissued)
10. Whole Lotta Woman (outtake)
11. Tell Everyone (Take 1)
12. Sham-Mozzal (instrumental outtake)
13. Too Much Woman (live)
14. Love in Vain (live)

A Nod is as Good as a Wink… to a Blind Horse (1971)

1. Miss Judy’s Farm
2. You’re So Rude
3. Love Lives Here
4. Last Orders Please
5. Stay With Me
6. Debris
7. Memphis, Tennessee
8. Too Bad
9. That’s All You Need
Bonus tracks (previously unissued)
10. Miss Judy’s Farm (BBC Session)
11. Stay With Me (BBC Session)

Ooh La La (1973)

1. Silicone Grown
2. Cindy Incidentally
3. Flags and Banners
4. My Fault
5. Borstal Boys
6. Fly in the Ointment
7. If I’m on the Late Side
8. Glad and Sorry
9. Just Another Honkey
10. Ooh La La
Bonus tracks (previously unissued)
11. Cindy Incidently (BBC Session)
12. Borstal Boys (Rehearsal)
13. Silicone Grown (Rehearsal)
14. Glad and Sorry (Reherasal)
15. Jealous Guy (Live)

Bonus Disc

1. Pool Hall Richard (1973 single)
2. I Wish It Would Rain (with a trumpet) [live at Reading Festival ‘73]
3. Rear Wheel Skid (bside of “Had Me A Real Good Time” 10/21/70)
4. Maybe I’m Amazed (single – cover Paul McCartney 4/6/71)
5. Oh Lord I’m Browned Off (bside of “Maybe I’m Amazed” 4/6/71)
6. You Can Make Me Dance, Sing or Anything (Even Take the Dog for a Walk, Mend a Fuse, Fold Away the Ironing Board, or Any Other Domestic Short Comings) (UK single version 1/22/75)
7. As Long As you Tell Him (bside of “You Can Make me Dance, Sing or Anything…” 11/22/74)
8. Skewiff (Bside of “Cindy Incidentally” 2/9/73)
9. Dishevelment Blues (Free with the April 1973 issue of New Musical Express)

The Faces squeezed a lifetime’s worth of rock ’n’ roll into just five years. But despite their relatively short time together, Kenney Jones (drums), Ronnie Lane (bass/vocals), Ian McLagan (keyboard), Rod Stewart (vocals) and Ronnie Wood (guitar/vocals) have earned a spot on the short list of the world’s greatest rock bands.

This brand new boxed set features newly remastered versions of all four of the Faces’ studio albums, plus a bonus disc of rarities. All of the music has been remastered from the original analog tapes and approved by the surviving band members. Without a doubt, this is the best-sounding version of the band’s music ever released.

The YOU CAN MAKE ME DANCE, SING OR ANYTHING (1970-1975) CD set includes: The First Step (1970), Long Player (1971), A Nod Is as Good as a Wink…to a Blind Horse (1971), and Ooh La La (1973), and features unreleased bonus tracks included with each album. Despite their hard-partying reputation, the band was a formidable powerhouse and could play it all—blues, soul, funk, country and boogie. These albums showcase that incredible range from bar stool anthems like “Had Me A Real Good Time,” “Miss Judy’s Farm,” and “Stay With Me,” to tender ballads that will leave you crying in your beer like “Ooh La La,” “Love Lives Here” and “Glad And Sorry.”

In addition to the studio albums, the collection also features a bonus disc that gathers up nine essentials tracks that didn’t appear on proper albums, including the 1973 single “Pool Hall Richard,” a live performance of the Temptations’ “I Wish It Would Rain” from the 1973 Reading Festival, and “Dishevelment Blues,” a song that came free as a flexi-disc in copies of the British music publication, New Music Express.

The Faces squeezed a lifetime’s worth of rock ’n’ roll into just five years. But despite their relatively short time together, Kenney Jones (drums), Ronnie Lane (bass/vocals), Ian McLagan (keyboard), Rod Stewart (vocals) and Ronnie Wood (guitar/vocals) have earned a spot on the short list of the world’s greatest rock bands. This brand new boxed set features newly remastered versions of all four of the Faces’ studio albums, plus a bonus disc of rarities. All of the music has been remastered from the original analog tapes and approved by the surviving band members. Without a doubt, this is the best-sounding version of the band’s music ever released. In addition to the studio albums, the collection also features a bonus disc that gathers up nine essentials tracks that didn’t appear on proper albums, including the 1973 single “Pool Hall Richard,” a live performance of the Temptations’ “I Wish It Would Rain” from the 1973 Reading Festival, and “Dishevelment Blues,” a song that came free as a flexi-disc in copies of the British music publication, New Music Express.


CD 1. First Step (1970)
CD 2. Long Player (1971)
CD 3. A Nod is as Good as a Wink… to a Blind Horse (1971)
CD 4. Ooh La La (1973)
CD 5. Bonus Disc

First Step (1970)

1. Wicked Messenger
2. Devotion
3. Shake, Shudder Shiver
4. Stone
5. Around the Plynth
6. Flying
7. Pineapple and the Monkey
8. Nobody Knows
9. Looking out the Window
10. Three Button Hand Me Down
Bonus tracks (previously unissued)
11. Behind The Sun (outtake)
12. Mona-The Blues (outtake)
13. Shake, Shudder, Shiver (BBC Session)
14. Flying (Take 3)
15. Nobody Knows (Take 2)

Long Player (1971)

1. Bad ‘N’ Ruin
2. Tell Everyone
3. Sweet Lady Mary
4. Richmond
5. Maybe I’m Amazed
6. Had Me A Real Good Time
7. On The Beach
8. I Feel So Good
9. Jerusalem
Bonus tracks (previously unissued)
10. Whole Lotta Woman (outtake)
11. Tell Everyone (Take 1)
12. Sham-Mozzal (instrumental outtake)
13. Too Much Woman (live)
14. Love in Vain (live)

A Nod is as Good as a Wink… to a Blind Horse (1971)

1. Miss Judy’s Farm
2. You’re So Rude
3. Love Lives Here
4. Last Orders Please
5. Stay With Me
6. Debris
7. Memphis, Tennessee
8. Too Bad
9. That’s All You Need
Bonus tracks (previously unissued)
10. Miss Judy’s Farm (BBC Session)
11. Stay With Me (BBC Session)

Ooh La La (1973)

1. Silicone Grown
2. Cindy Incidentally
3. Flags and Banners
4. My Fault
5. Borstal Boys
6. Fly in the Ointment
7. If I’m on the Late Side
8. Glad and Sorry
9. Just Another Honkey
10. Ooh La La
Bonus tracks (previously unissued)
11. Cindy Incidently (BBC Session)
12. Borstal Boys (Rehearsal)
13. Silicone Grown (Rehearsal)
14. Glad and Sorry (Reherasal)
15. Jealous Guy (Live)

Bonus Disc

1. Pool Hall Richard (1973 single)
2. I Wish It Would Rain (with a trumpet) [live at Reading Festival ‘73]
3. Rear Wheel Skid (bside of “Had Me A Real Good Time” 10/21/70)
4. Maybe I’m Amazed (single – cover Paul McCartney 4/6/71)
5. Oh Lord I’m Browned Off (bside of “Maybe I’m Amazed” 4/6/71)
6. You Can Make Me Dance, Sing or Anything (Even Take the Dog for a Walk, Mend a Fuse, Fold Away the Ironing Board, or Any Other Domestic Short Comings) (UK single version 1/22/75)
7. As Long As you Tell Him (bside of “You Can Make me Dance, Sing or Anything…” 11/22/74)
8. Skewiff (Bside of “Cindy Incidentally” 2/9/73)
9. Dishevelment Blues (Free with the April 1973 issue of New Musical Express)

The Faces squeezed a lifetime’s worth of rock ’n’ roll into just five years. But despite their relatively short time together, Kenney Jones (drums), Ronnie Lane (bass/vocals), Ian McLagan (keyboard), Rod Stewart (vocals) and Ronnie Wood (guitar/vocals) have earned a spot on the short list of the world’s greatest rock bands.

This brand new boxed set features newly remastered versions of all four of the Faces’ studio albums, plus a bonus disc of rarities. All of the music has been remastered from the original analog tapes and approved by the surviving band members. Without a doubt, this is the best-sounding version of the band’s music ever released.

The YOU CAN MAKE ME DANCE, SING OR ANYTHING (1970-1975) CD set includes: The First Step (1970), Long Player (1971), A Nod Is as Good as a Wink…to a Blind Horse (1971), and Ooh La La (1973), and features unreleased bonus tracks included with each album. Despite their hard-partying reputation, the band was a formidable powerhouse and could play it all—blues, soul, funk, country and boogie. These albums showcase that incredible range from bar stool anthems like “Had Me A Real Good Time,” “Miss Judy’s Farm,” and “Stay With Me,” to tender ballads that will leave you crying in your beer like “Ooh La La,” “Love Lives Here” and “Glad And Sorry.”

In addition to the studio albums, the collection also features a bonus disc that gathers up nine essentials tracks that didn’t appear on proper albums, including the 1973 single “Pool Hall Richard,” a live performance of the Temptations’ “I Wish It Would Rain” from the 1973 Reading Festival, and “Dishevelment Blues,” a song that came free as a flexi-disc in copies of the British music publication, New Music Express.

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