Psychedelic Psounds: Interviews from A to Z with 60s Psychedelic and Garage Bands

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THE SMALL FACES: IT'S ALL TOO BEAUTIFUL!

The Small Faces was formed in 1965 with Steve Marriott (guitar and vocals), Ronnie Lane (bass), Kenny Jones (drums), and Jimmy Winston (keyboards). Winston was subsequently replaced by Ian McLagan. The group's compositions were virtually all by Marriott-Lane and included such U.K. chart hits as "Whatcha Gonna Do About It?," "Sha La La La Lee," "Hey Girl," "All or Nothing" (their first #1), "My Mind's Eye," "Here Comes the Nice," "Itchykoo Park," "Tin Soldier," "Lazy Sunday," and "The Universal." The Small Faces broke up in 1968 when Steve Marriott left to form Humble Pie, but the group survived this nearly fatal blow by adding Rod Stewart and Ron Wood, both from the Jeff Beck Group. The group played for a while as the Small Faces before dropping the Small to become the Faces. Rumor has it the group met Rod Stewart in a Hampstead London pub whereupon the group's reputation evolved to concert as a boozy, partying, foot loose and fancy free band. Ironically, the Faces became one of the most popular in-concert bands during the early 70s in America, achieving success (although not so great commercially) which the Small Faces had only garnered in England.

The following interview was conducted on 4/4/1987 with Ronnie Lane the morning after Ronnie Lane and the Tremors performed at Rockefeller's in Houston, Texas.

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