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SMALL FACES, THE - VIDEO COLLECTION 1965-1968

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The Small Faces were the most authentic and one of the influential British mod groups. After LSD entered the music scene they evolved into one of the most successful psychedelic groups. The group was founded in 1965 by members Steve Marriott, Ronnie Lane, Kenney Jones, and Jimmy Winston (replaced by Ian McLagan). This video collection showcases the Small Faces uniqueness, power and creativity.

THE SMALL FACES DOCUMENTARY
U.K. documentary. The Small Faces were authentic mods who became a band—not a band that purposely decided to appeal to mods. The group weren't afraid to wear loud mod fashions, they taught everyone else how do it. Cool footage of the group recording in the studio. They discuss how LSD changed the music from earlier days when all the mods took speed.

A Small Faces concert is described as, "All you could smell was urine because all the screaming girls had pissed themselves!" Manager Don Arden ripped them off badly; the group only got paid 20 pounds a week plus spending accounts at all the hip boutiques. Interviews include: Ronnie Lane, Ian McLagan, Kenny Jones, Paul Weller, Noel Gallagher, Don Arden, Andrew Loog Oldham, Kay Marriott (Steve Marriott's mum).

COLOUR ME POP 1968
U.K. TV show. The Small Faces are featured performing songs from their Concept LP Ogden's Nut Gone Flake. Songs include: "Song of a Baker," "Happiness Stan," "Rollin' Over," "The Hungry Intruder," "The Journey," "Mad John," "Happydaystoytown." Gobbledespeak narration (as he did on the record) by Stan Unwin.

THE SMALL FACES VIDEO COLLECTION 1965-1968
Taken from films, TV shows and video promo films. Dateline Diamonds 1965 Film: "I've Got Mine." 1966 film, My Generation (featuring interviews and the band goofing around in London): "All Or Nothing." Beat Beat Beat 1966: "Hey Girl," "All Or Nothing," "Interview," "What Cha' Gonna Do About It," "Sha-La-La-La-Lee." 1966 Promo Film: "All Or Nothing." Beat Club 1967: "I Can't Make It," "Here Comes The Nice." 1967 Promo Film: "Talk To You." 1967 Promo Film: "Itchycoo Park (film #1)." 1967 Promo Film: "Get Yourself Together." 1967 Promo Film: "Itchycoo Park (film #2)." Beat Club 1967: "Green Circles," "Itchycoo Park." Beat Club 1967: "Tin Soldier." Beat Club 1968: "Lazy Sunday." 1968 Promo Film: "Lazy Sunday." Drop-In 1968: "Tin Soldier." The Small Faces!


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