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Turning over the toy box and jamming together the gloriously mismatched musical Lincoln Logs, Legos and Tinker Toys from Tin Pan Alley pluggers, pickled egg tavern weepers, lockstep soul ensembles, skinny-tie power poppers, Eurotrash ravers, moontanned art school rockers, drunken soccer anthems and anything else that seems like a good idea at the time. There are no guilty pleasures.

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Favoriting February 3, 2023: Show #478: "Faces...All Shapes And Sizes"

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Artist Track Album Label Year Approx. start time
Uncle Michael  Hinky Dinky Time Open   Favoriting        
The Birds  You're On My Mind   Favoriting single (b/w You Don't Love Me)  Decca  1964  0:03:41 (Pop-up)
The Steampacket  Up Above My Head feat. Long John Baldry & Rod Stewart   Favoriting (rehearsal recording)  n/a  1965  0:06:17 (Pop-up)
The Steampacket  Shake feat. Rod Stewart   Favoriting (rehearsal recording)  n/a  1965  0:08:50 (Pop-up)
The Birds  How Can It Be   Favoriting single (b-side to No Good Without You Baby)  Decca  1965  0:11:31 (Pop-up)
Yardbirds  The Nazz Are Blue   Favoriting Yardbirds  Columbia  1966  0:14:25 (Pop-up)
Small Faces  My Mind's Eye   Favoriting My Minds Eye (EP)  Decca  1966  0:17:23 (Pop-up)
Small Faces  Here Comes The Nice   Favoriting single (b/w Talk To You)  Immediate  1967  0:19:17 (Pop-up)
Small Faces  Lazy Sunday   Favoriting There Are But Four Small Faces  Immediate  1967  0:22:15 (Pop-up)
Small Faces  Itchycoo Park   Favoriting single (b/w I'm Only Dreaming)  Immediate  1967  0:25:14 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Jeff Beck 

Love is Blue   Favoriting

Truth 

Epic 

1968 

0:28:00 (Pop-up)
 
The Creation  Midway Down   Favoriting single (b/w Try And Stop Me)  Planet  1968  0:33:26 (Pop-up)
Jeff Beck  Hi Ho Silver Lining   Favoriting single (b/w Bolero)  Columbia  1967  0:36:01 (Pop-up)
Jeff Beck  Rock My Plimsoul   Favoriting Truth  Epic  1968  0:39:39 (Pop-up)
Jeff Beck  Tallyman   Favoriting Truth  Epic  1968  0:43:24 (Pop-up)
Herd  From The Underworld   Favoriting Lookin Thru You  Fontana  1968  0:45:55 (Pop-up)
Herd  Miss Jones   Favoriting single (b-side to Sunshine Cottage)  Fontana  1968  0:49:12 (Pop-up)
Herd  On Your Own   Favoriting Paradise Lost  Fontana  1968  0:52:23 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Herd 

Impressions Of Oliver   Favoriting

Paradise Lost 

Fontana 

1968 

0:55:42 (Pop-up)
 
Small Faces  The Autumn Stone   Favoriting prev. unr. (The Autumn Stone compilation)  Immediate  1969  1:00:33 (Pop-up)
Small Faces  Red Balloon   Favoriting In Memoriam  Immediate  1969  1:04:29 (Pop-up)
Humble Pie  The Sad Bag of Shaky Jake   Favoriting Town and Country  Immediate  1969  1:08:56 (Pop-up)
Humble Pie  Only You Can See   Favoriting Town and Country  Immediate  1969  1:12:07 (Pop-up)
Humble Pie  Growing Closer   Favoriting As Safe As Yesterday Is  Immediate  1969  1:16:00 (Pop-up)
Humble Pie  As Safe As Yesterday Is   Favoriting As Safe As Yesterday Is  Immediate  1969  1:19:22 (Pop-up)
Humble Pie  I'll Go Alone   Favoriting As Safe As Yesterday Is  Immediate  1969  1:25:37 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Small Faces 

Tin Soldier (Backing Track)   Favoriting

prev. unr. 

Immediate 

1967 

1:29:38 (Pop-up)
           
Donovan And Jeff Beck Group  Trudi   Favoriting single (b-side to Barabajagal)  Pye  1969  1:35:23 (Pop-up)
Pete Townshend & Ronnie Lane  Evolution   Favoriting Happy Birthday  Universal Spiritual League  1970  1:37:44 (Pop-up)
Humble Pie  I'm Ready   Favoriting Humble Pie  A&M  1970  1:43:28 (Pop-up)
Faces  Flying   Favoriting The First Step  Warner Bros.  1970  1:48:22 (Pop-up)
Faces  Nobody Knows   Favoriting The First Step  Warner Bros.  1970  1:52:30 (Pop-up)
Rod Stewart  My Way Of Giving   Favoriting Gasoline Alley  Mercury  1970  1:56:30 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Jeff Beck 

Greensleeves   Favoriting

Truth 

Epic 

1968 

2:00:22 (Pop-up)
 
Faces  You're So Rude   Favoriting A Nod Is as Good as a Wink... to a Blind Horse  Warner Bros.  1971  2:04:25 (Pop-up)
Humble Pie  A Song For Jenny   Favoriting Rock On  A&M  1971  2:08:13 (Pop-up)
Humble Pie  Red Neck Jump   Favoriting Rock On  A&M  1971  2:10:45 (Pop-up)
Faces  Whole Lotta Woman (outtake)   Favoriting Long Player  Warner Bros.  1971  2:13:23 (Pop-up)
Humble Pie  30 Days in the Hole   Favoriting Smokin'  A&M  1972  2:16:32 (Pop-up)
Frampton's Camel  White Sugar   Favoriting Frampton's Camel  A&M  1973  2:20:20 (Pop-up)
Frampton's Camel  Just the Time of Year   Favoriting Frampton's Camel  A&M  1973  2:23:45 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
The Faces 

Rear Wheel Skid   Favoriting

single (b-side to Real Good Time) 

Warner Bros. 

1970 

2:27:38 (Pop-up)
 
Faces  If I'm On The Late Side   Favoriting Ooh La La  Warner Bros.  1973  2:31:49 (Pop-up)
Faces  Glad And Sorry   Favoriting Ooh La La  Warner Bros.  1973  2:34:18 (Pop-up)
Faces  Ooh La La   Favoriting Ooh La La  Warner Bros.  1973  2:37:18 (Pop-up)
Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance  Anniversary   Favoriting Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance  Island  1975  2:40:37 (Pop-up)
Ronnie Lane / Ronnie Wood  Chicken Wired   Favoriting Mahoney's Last Stand  Atlantic  1976  2:43:32 (Pop-up)
Ronnie Lane / Pete Townsend  Nowhere To Run   Favoriting Rough Mix  Polydor  1977  2:47:03 (Pop-up)
Ronnie Lane / Pete Townsend  Catmelody   Favoriting Rough Mix  Polydor  1977  2:50:21 (Pop-up)

Music behind DJ:
Fleetwood Mac 

Albatross   Favoriting

single (b/w Jigsaw Puzzle Blues) 

Blue Horizon 

1968 

2:53:30 (Pop-up)

 
           
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Listener comments!

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Phillippe:

howdy
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Hopey Sockmonkey:

Good morning, UM and Dinks!
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Andrew in Toronto:

Hi there Uncle Michael and all other listeners!
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spodiodi:

good morning, UM!
good morning, Hinks and Dinks!
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Roberto:

Blossom? You there?
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redkayak:

Howdy all.....
  12:01pm
dan:

Good morning. Looking forward to Small Faces et al.
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Roberto:

↳ Roberto @12:01
Ah.
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βrian:

What was *that* naan-sense?
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Andrew in Toronto:

↳ Phillippe @12:01
Hi there Phillippe!
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Andrew in Toronto:

↳ spodiodi @12:01
Hiya spodi!
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Alex In Illinois:

Here we go, the Hinky Dinky Intro
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:02pm
Doug Schulkind:

A special wang-dang-doo!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:02pm
doctorjazz:

Hello Hinky Dinky Supermart Shoppers! Another Special Day!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:03pm
chresti:

Hink dinky dinky!
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βrian:

I'm ready to crack open a jar of pickled rooty-poots.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...I don't want something else !
...I want the guiltless pleasures !
...& maybe a shot of Lucas's butt
...I am who I am...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:04pm
WR:

Time to Face the Music?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:04pm
StringOFperils:

Hey UM! Hey all you nuts gone flakey!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:04pm
Phillippe:

Hey Andrew!
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redkayak:

Love the poster posted up...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:05pm
doctorjazz:

Looking for healthy Soup Recipes, getting stuck at the Baby Back Ribs with Sweet and Sour Glaze (but will have to pass, unfortunately).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:05pm
Franco Twinkie:

Shit, did Pete Frame...leave?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:05pm
adamdoesit:

Hello UM, twitchers, witchers, and itchers.
  Swag For Life Member 12:06pm
hilaryprudy:

Greetings UM...oh boy looking forward to your spinning...also loved Doug's show...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...when PeteFrame does pass
...I have an idea for his tombstone...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:06pm
Phillippe:

UM, you are wearing my favorite FMU shirt!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Song: "You're On My Mind" by "The Birds"
RonWood the Mod...
  12:08pm
dan:

↳ Song: "Up Above My Head feat. Long John Baldry & Rod Ste...
Baldry and Stewart, Britain's answer to the Righteous Brothers.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:08pm
Uncle Michael:

Phillippe! Hopey! Andrew! spodi! Roberto! redkayak! dan! Brian! Alex! Doug! Doc! chresti! Rev! WR! SOp! Franco! adam! hilaryprudy!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

It's 3℉ with windchill here NewHampshuh. Schiz got real finally.
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spodiodi:

hello, Andrew!
  12:09pm
Dean:

Got one of Pete Frame's family tree books right over there in my office bookshelf.
  Swag For Life Member 12:09pm
hilaryprudy:

Great graphic UM...should be made into poster for marathon swag...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:09pm
Uncle Michael:

Dean!
  12:10pm
wenzo (listener #143834):

Howdee Howdee UM & Frenz
  12:10pm
Dean:

doctorjazz, I bet you saw the recent NYT piece about soup recipes? I'd made a vegetable broth that I used for split pea soup. Scrumptious!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:10pm
Phillippe:

hey spodi, what's going on out your way?
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redkayak:

@UM - Happy Groundhog Day, UM...Ought to be a fine show!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:11pm
Uncle Michael:

wenzo!
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Jeff Golick:

Steamy!
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Uncle Michael:

Jeff!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:13pm
doctorjazz:

↳ Dean @12:10
i usually use NY Times Cooking as my starting point, will have to check it out, don't recall going through that one.
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βrian:

We're still below zero here on the isthmus, though I do recall spending a month in an uninsulated cabin in Strafford, VT. We hit 30 below there. Yikes.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:13pm
StringOFperils:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @12:08
0℉ with windchill here making it -17℉. Plans keep me out late tonight, and it's supposed to feel like -25℉. Yikes!
  12:13pm
Dean:

https://www.nytimes.com/article/best-soup-recipes.html
  12:13pm
dan:

Wifi is acting like shit today
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βrian:

We've been making lentil soup fairly often. Really easy prep and very satisfying.
  12:15pm
dan:

↳ dan @12:13
On my end
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:15pm
Phillippe:

↳ StringOFperils @12:13
31 here, windchill of 18. Comparatively, I've got the shorts and sunscreen weather
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:16pm
Alvy Singer:

Hi Uncle Michael and all the frozen gang on the chat.
  Swag For Life Member 12:17pm
hilaryprudy:

off to a smoking start UM!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Song: "The Nazz Are Blue" by "Yardbirds"
JeffBeck singing. After ElmoreJanes.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:17pm
Uncle Michael:

Alvy!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @12:17
Elmore *JaMes dammit
  12:17pm
dan:

Hoping I can enjoy the show without my WIFI going out.
  12:18pm
wenzo (listener #143834):

13F in Detroit but it’s supposed to warm up to the 30’s tomorrow and 48 Tuesday… I’ll be busting out the barbecue and tiki bar… jk.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Song: "The Nazz Are Blue" by "Yardbirds"
...one-note solo reported to be expression of Jeff's resentment of being bothered with the yARdbiRdS @ this point. It is, of course, Great.
  12:18pm
KWilde:

Good afternoon!
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Uncle Michael:

KWilde!
  12:19pm
dan:

↳ wenzo (listener #143834) @12:18
My dad went to SUNY Buffalo and the winters are notoriously cold. On break, he's walking in Flushing Queens, it's 27 outside and all he's wearing is a T-Shirt and Jeans.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:19pm
doctorjazz:

↳ Dean @12:13
Thanks for the link (was in the NY Times Cooking/Soups, but this is less to go through than all the soups on the site).
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Steve from Dunwoody:

I love Ronnie Lane.
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Uncle Michael:

Steve! (lots of Ronnie today)
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StringOFperils:

↳ Steve from Dunwoody @12:20
Me too! Slim Chance. Wish I'd seen 'em.
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Steve from Dunwoody:

Yay!
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Steve from Dunwoody:

Beautiful stuff and I never saw 'em either.
  12:22pm
dan:

↳ Song: "Here Comes The Nice" by "Small Faces"
Keith Emerson's group "The Nice" got their name from this song. Coincidentally, PP Arnold sang with both groups.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:22pm
Andrew in Toronto:

Here`s the Small Faces newsletter thig:

www.thesmallfaces.com
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Pauly from Clifton:

Hey Uncle Michael, folks!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Word as I've received it is Mods partook occasionally of substances.
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Uncle Michael:

Pauly!
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Steve from Dunwoody:

You can't go to Brighton without pills!
  12:24pm
Dean:

What if Small Faces had named the tune, "Here Comes The 'elp"?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:26pm
Alvy Singer:

↳ Uncle Michael @12:20
Hopefully some of Ronnie's solo work will make it on the show.
  12:27pm
dan:

↳ Dean @12:24
That would be in another universe
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:27pm
doctorjazz:

↳ Song: "Itchycoo Park" by "Small Faces"
The first (US) hit (at least that I know of)
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:27pm
Andrew in Toronto:

Folks might like to watch Michael`s Twitch feed.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:27pm
PaulRobeson1923:

Hi Hi Hi! One and all!
  12:28pm
dan:

↳ doctorjazz @12:27
#1 in Canada I believe
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Uncle Michael:

Paul!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Song: "Itchycoo Park" by "Small Faces"
Imagine these tracks not existing ? Me either...
Always think ...Life should be what TheSmallFaces made it look like it was
...find out more recently how taken advantage by Business Management they actually were.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:29pm
Franco Twinkie:

Very popular when I was in the 6th grade. Caused a ruckus on the radio I remember.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:29pm
doctorjazz:

↳ Song: "Itchycoo Park" by "Small Faces"
It's All Too Beautiful...(wotta drum sound...)
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Hopey Sockmonkey:

Terrific opening set, UM!
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Steve from Dunwoody:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @12:29
Hear, hear.
  Swag For Life Member 12:31pm
hilaryprudy:

agreed about the dynamic duo...
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Brian in UK:

Uncle.

Pete Frame is a hero. Started Zigzag magazine around 1969. One of the first self produced magazines to have quality in-depth writing.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:37pm
doctorjazz:

Leaning towards Split Pea soup or Miso (but the exotic ingredients in Miso are a bit intimidating, Whole Foods will likely have them, Trader Joe's likely won't).
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:37pm
Alvy Singer:

↳ Song: "Midway Down" by "The Creation"
Excellent cover of the John Wunderling song.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:37pm
Andrew in Toronto:

↳ Brian in UK @12:36
He sure is!
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Brian in UK:

Anyone know what was the first record to have phasing/flanging on it?
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:38pm
Uncle Michael:

BiUK!
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Uncle Michael:

↳ doctorjazz @12:37
Doc, any asian grocery will sell dashi granules and dried wakame...and of course white miso paste.
  12:42pm
Dean:

Trader Joe's likely has miso paste, but maybe not the others. I really do need to get out more often to the local 99 Ranch Market. I do often visit Berkeley Bowl, a huge ultrasupermarket in town. It has a decent Asian foods supply.
  12:43pm
Dean:

I await dan's information respecting the source of The Plimsouls name...
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βrian:

↳ doctorjazz @12:37
I think that miso could stand some simplifying. Mirin is nice, but … and sake is superfluous.
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Hopey Sockmonkey:

↳ Dean @12:43
:D
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unpopularfred:

↳ Song: "Rock My Plimsoul" by "Jeff Beck"
not being terribly familiar with Beck's catalogue, despite always liking him as a player, "Truth" is something that has jumped out to me during all the post-mortems
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:45pm
Steve from Dunwoody:

↳ Song: "Rock My Plimsoul" by "Jeff Beck"
This sounds good! I bought a copy of Beck-Ola long ago (for the Rod Stewart) and never really liked it.
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βrian:

I prefer the dark miso, fwiw. Both are nice.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Brian in UK @12:37
This came up in websearch :
en.wikipedia.org...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:47pm
StringOFperils:

↳ Brian in UK @12:37
The Dutch mathematician Christiaan Huygens first discovered the flanging phenomenon in 1693. Who invented phase shift?
This form of modulation was developed by the American electrical engineer Edwin H. Armstrong during the early 1930s in an effort to overcome interference and noise that affect AM radio reception. Les Paul's supposed to have found a way to do it as an effect in recording music in the 40s, and the first hit song with a very discernible flanging effect was "The Big Hurt" (1959) by Toni Fisher.__WIKI etc
  12:48pm
dan:

↳ Song: "Tallyman" by "Jeff Beck"
Jeff Beck isn't really known as a great singer. No wonder why he left most of the singing to Rod
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ StringOFperils @12:47
en.wikipedia.org...
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Brian in UK:

↳ StringOFperils @12:47
Thanks, seems to have retired to the flang farm nowadays.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @12:48
It's interesting that Phasing happens unintentionally with Radio cause of reflection of waves off different things coming to a receiver @ different times / rates.
  Swag For Life Member 12:51pm
hilaryprudy:

dan: Stewart isn't a great singer either, but I love the smoky quality of his voice...
  12:51pm
dan:

↳ hilaryprudy @12:51
Steve Marriott can do cartwheels over Rod Stewart in the singing territory.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:51pm
Uncle Michael:

↳ hilaryprudy @12:51
I'd say that with appropriate material, Rod was great. Otherwise, nope.
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Brian in UK:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @12:46
Thanks never heard singer or song.
  12:52pm
Dean:

Bonnie Tyler wannabe
  12:52pm
dan:

↳ Uncle Michael @12:51
Rod went all Adult Contemporary.
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ken krimstein:

miss jones = way hip
  Swag For Life Member 12:52pm
hilaryprudy:

agreed UM...not a fan of his crooning..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:53pm
Uncle Michael:

ken!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ dan @12:48
I think Beck's voice has character - but yeah limited range & power. I rather think if a Beck or Hendrix were more confident in their voices - they might not have been driven to be the Greatest Gittarists Ever. One writer observed JeffBeck was in fact really like a Singer who happened to use the Gittar to do it with.
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northguineahills:

here for a few minutes...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:54pm
StringOFperils:

Marriott's got the punch and the feel. He had a natural soul feel for rhythm like Ray Charles. Steve had the gospel in him, wherever it came from.
  12:54pm
dan:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @12:53
Beck's power was in his hands, not his vocal cords.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Brian in UK @12:52
Not sure I ever heard 'Big Hurt' either ! Think I'd remember - but maybe not...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:54pm
Uncle Michael:

ngh!
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:54pm
Brian in UK:

There is a comprehensive look at the Small Faces on Andrew Sandoval's latest show.
  Swag For Life Member 12:55pm
hilaryprudy:

good to know Brian...will check it out..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 12:55pm
Uncle Michael:

↳ Brian in UK @12:54
I'm glad I went a different route. His was in reference to what would have been his birthday. This isn't.
  12:57pm
wenzo (listener #143834):

It’s band camp Friday errybuddy
  Swag For Life Member 12:57pm
hilaryprudy:

really enjoying the show UM...thank you..
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Quite wonder what Marriott's & Stewarts relations might have been ! I've never heard of any encounters @ all... much less singing together. Like there's HumblePie there & Faces over there & that's that...
  1:03pm
bradford:

↳ Song: "The Autumn Stone" by "Small Faces"
love this one...
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:03pm
Uncle Michael:

bradford!
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Brian in UK:

↳ Uncle Michael @12:55
The Small Faces had a sense of humour, something lacking in many 'serious' bands. 'Ogdens' with Stanley Unwin is good fun.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:06pm
Uncle Michael:

↳ Brian in UK @1:04
And they also had the Music Hall sensibility most widely associated with The Kinks and some Beatles material. Not surprising, Marriott having been a lad that trod the boards.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:06pm
adamdoesit:

I heard from HR, Ms. Jones
Seems I went too far, Ms. Jones
But tho they're giving me the boot
I've got my golden parachute
And par's the only absolute, Ms. Jones
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Brian in UK @1:04
A veritable Living Cockney Cartoon.
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:06pm
Uncle Michael:

↳ Song: "Red Balloon" by "Small Faces"
Tim Hardin composition.
  1:07pm
dan:

↳ Song: "Red Balloon" by "Small Faces"
Is that Ian McLagan singing?
  Swag For Life Member 1:07pm
hilaryprudy:

rev rabbit...exactly..
Avatar Swag For Life Member 1:07pm
doctorjazz:

↳ Uncle Michael @12:39
It's a bit of a drive to an Asian market from The Jazz Residence.
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Brian in UK:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @1:06
He was a geezer.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Uncle Michael @1:06
Smack comes in balloons apparently. Grim but I like that somehow.
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doctorjazz:

↳ Uncle Michael @1:06
I thought it WAS Tim Harden at first (not that he'd belong here today...)
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Uncle Michael:

↳ dan @1:07
dan, that was Steve in his lower register...this is now him going bluesier..
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dan:

↳ Uncle Michael @1:09
That's some octave range.
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hilaryprudy:

loving this set...
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dan:

↳ Song: "The Sad Bag of Shaky Jake" by "Humble Pie"
The greatest Western that was never made into a movie.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Think Rod is a great distinctive R&B based singer (with variable taste in material & settings &tc.)
- but Marriott was - the Ideal of a white R&B based singer. Like if you could you'd sing like that. (& essentially unfailing taste in material & settings ...long as he managed to live anyhow. Setting yourself on fire is pretty powerful imagery for any Artist...)
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StringOFperils:

Interesting idea about Jimmy Page maybe seeing a model vocalist/persona in Rod Stewart while cooking up a future band concept. The Faces had to have been circling around in his (and/or Robert Plant's) skull too at some point, because Robert Plant's delivery of "you need schoolin', baby I'm not foolin'" is directly lifted from Steve Marriot in 'You Need Loving' from 1966. It's plainly there.
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Uncle Michael:

↳ dan @1:11
Better than "Lily, Rosemary & the Jack of Hearts", or Crosby's "Cowboy Movie"?
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dan:

↳ Uncle Michael @1:12
I'm more familiar with Shaky Jake than those two.
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Franco Twinkie:

I had three station wagons, all the same color - beige. Two Volvos and a Toyota Landcruiser. Get rid of one, my landlord demanded. The 1964 Volvo had to go. I put an ad in The Recycler, which hit the street on Thursday afternoon. I saw the ad at Milt's Liquor Store on the corner. As soon as I got home the phone rang. It was an English guy. I gave him directions from West Hollywood to Pasadena. No sooner than I put the phone down there was a pounding on the front door. Hansom and suntanned with a long shag haircut, he told me he shipped vintage European cars back across the pond. He wanted my car sight unseen. We hopped in his Triumph ragtop and went to the bank to get a pile of cash. We were inking the transfer on my dining room when he looked at my records in the living room. "Do you have anything by The Rolling Stones?" (He was leading me the nose, I suspect.) "Sure!" I pulled them out. "I designed the cover on that one." "What else did you design?" "The logo for Immediate Records." "Anything else?" 'I was the road manager for Emerson, Lake and Palmer." I though about this for a minute as he looked at me with a a mischievous grin. "I remember reading something in Rolling Stone about Emerson, Lake and Palmer using their road boxes to move large amounts of heroin while on tour in Asia. You don't happen to know anything about that, do you?" He rubbed his chin and said 'Funny, I remember hearing something about that." He told me he would be sending a flatbed with a winch to get the car.

There you go, my car was a mule. Used to get large amounts of a certain substance that was hard to find in Europe, but plentiful over here - cocaine perhaps?

Of course this is just idle speculation.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

There's more SmallFaces moments that prefigured Zep than the world @ large has any idea about (The Small what? Who?)...
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Uncle Michael:

↳ dan @1:13
Check 'em out...they're also unmaid films.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ StringOFperils @1:12
Yup.
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dan:

↳ Uncle Michael @1:14
I did have a copy of Blood On The Tracks, but it got worn out so I had to dispose of it. Thank goodness for YouTube.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Franco Twinkie @1:13
Write the Book FrancoDood ! :D
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hilaryprudy:

need to revisit Humble Pie...
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Uncle Michael:

↳ hilaryprudy @1:17
You can see what I mean about Frampton's ballads, yes?
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Brian in UK:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @1:07
Rev, here is a cautionary tale of balloons. For later.
www.youtube.com...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Franco Twinkie @1:13
...or he just had a fascination with 1964 Volvos sight unseen - some kind of eccentric Anglo fetish ...yeah probly that...
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hilaryprudy:

yep...
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hilaryprudy:

don't care what people say...love Frampton, and Humble Pie was so great...
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StringOFperils:

↳ Franco Twinkie @1:13
Sometimes a car is just a car. And sometimes an inquiry is just a mistake.
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StringOFperils:

↳ StringOFperils @1:20
i.e. You don't wanna know.
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dan:

↳ hilaryprudy @1:19
The way Frampton was treated by the industry after the failure of the Sgt. Pepper movie was inexcusable.
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Alvy Singer:

↳ hilaryprudy @1:19
Like Uncle Michael always says, no such thing as guilty pleasures.
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Uncle Michael:

↳ Franco Twinkie @1:13
Franco, which album cover?
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Uncle Michael:

Marriott = Crotch, Frampton = Heart.
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Uncle Michael:

↳ Song: "As Safe As Yesterday Is" by "Humble Pie"
Steve laying down the harmony vocal on this is gorgeous.
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dan:

I saw Peter Frampton open for Jethro Tull at Jones Beach. He was great as usual, but I found it almost pathetic that he was playing to a half empty venue. It looked like one of those local performers that plays to passing carnival riders. Fortunately, the place filled up by the halfway point.
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Franco Twinkie:

↳ Uncle Michael @1:21
That I will not say, except it was my first LP record. My mom gave it to me Christmas 1966.
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Uncle Michael:

↳ Franco Twinkie @1:25
My ploy failed.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Song: "As Safe As Yesterday Is" by "Humble Pie"
Plain fact is these HumblePie tracks are completely unfamiliar & unknown to me.
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StringOFperils:

↳ Uncle Michael @1:23
The insane radio success of Frampton Comes Alive made it impossible for me to listen to him at all for years afterward, which was really too bad. I guess the music of the other half of the '70s also displaced him. I really like his early solo stuff. Great original writing voice
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Uncle Michael:

↳ Song: "I'll Go Alone" by "Humble Pie"
NOT ZEPPELIN
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hilaryprudy:

string of pearls: me too for a while...
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βrian:

↳ StringOFperils @1:27
But where *did* he dine??
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Song: "I'll Go Alone" by "Humble Pie"
Actually has me thinking of Procul Harem. If they Rawked like this.
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Uncle Michael:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @1:29
That intro, though.
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dan:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @1:29
Late end Trower era of the Harum.
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StringOFperils:

Well I guess the cat's out of the bag: Led Zeppelin were shameless thieving magpies. Who knew?
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Alvy Singer:

↳ Song: "I'll Go Alone" by "Humble Pie"
Frampton sounding a bit like Steve Winwood.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Uncle Michael @1:29
...as well as Zep's 1st album ('& if the mountains crumbled to the sea'...)
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Zipperhead7:

Hi Unk! Those Pete Frame books are amazing, aren't they? I was able to download the entire run of ZigZag magazine but can't find the damned url now
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Roberto:

↳ StringOFperils @1:31
Shocking innit
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Steve from Dunwoody:

familiar chords there
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johnk77:

brilliant selections today
pete frame is the real deal
got my first family trees book
in 1980!;>
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Roberto:

↳ Roberto @1:31
But don't blame the magpies, they're just being magpies.
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StringOFperils:

↳ Roberto @1:32
It felt good getting cats and magpies into the same dumb sentence though
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johnk77:

the texans who worked for
the then sound company showco
based in dallas
loved the guys in faces
led zeppelin not so much
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Roberto:

↳ StringOFperils @1:33
lawlz
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Uncle Michael:

john! thanks
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johnk77:

ian mclagan's book
all the rage
is amazing
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Franco Twinkie:

This is so sweet!
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burke:

Bouncy! Parade music
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Uncle Michael:

Heading toward some Ronnie Lane...
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Uncle Michael:

burke!
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βrian:

↳ StringOFperils @1:33
Now get 'em into the same bathtub.
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Steve from Dunwoody:

Hell of a man!
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StringOFperils:

This master sounds speeded up a bit
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Uncle Michael:

could be!
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dan:

Apart from sharing band members, there were some spouse sharing. Keith Moon's first wife later became Ian McLagan's second wife.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

Oh ! ...Lee Renaldo's B-Day today as well as DaveDavies...
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StringOFperils:

↳ Song: "Evolution" by "Pete Townshend & Ronnie Lane"
Regardless, that, folks, is the sound of the 'real thing'. No complaints.
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hilaryprudy:

love this pickin...
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Uncle Michael:

↳ Song: "Evolution" by "Pete Townshend & Ronnie Lane"
I will not be singing this at Hoof N Mouth this year.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ dan @1:41
...read Moon actually sought to hire a hit on McLagan over it. This was deflected by funds from Townshend iirc ? ( ! )...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @1:43
...what Kim suffered from Moon the very much less funny side of things, apparently...
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Steve from Dunwoody:

↳ StringOFperils @1:43
Hear, hear.
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Uncle Michael:

I wonder what Muddy thought of this.
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dan:

↳ Uncle Michael @1:46
Muddy would've been rockin in the audience with everyone else.
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Uncle Michael:

Or Willie Dixon, for that matter!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Uncle Michael @1:46
Probly thot it was Rawk without any Roll. & Willie liked the checks. *if* he got them...
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dan:

Are you going to play anything off of Live at the Fillmore East?
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KevinfromBayRidge:

Hello all. In your Faces today,Unc!
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Uncle Michael:

no
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Uncle Michael:

Kevin!
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johnk77:

muddy waters generally
quite enjoyed younger non-black people
singing & playing blues music
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dan:

↳ johnk77 @1:51
I saw a documentary about the Blues influence in England. There was a female photographer being interviewed and she mentioned how all the visiting Blues artists like Muddy Waters and John Lee Hooker would stay at the small home she shared with her mother. What a cool place to be.
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StringOFperils:

↳ dan @1:53
Probably what they thought too. Nice to get out of south Chicago and get some astonishing re$pect
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burke:

↳ Song: "Nobody Knows" by "Faces"
Two great vocalists approaching the task really differently here
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johnk77:

a lot of the history of uk blues
involves ex-boyfriends of
long john baldry
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doctorjazz:

↳ Song: "Flying" by "Faces"
Love this!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ johnk77 @1:51
Okay maybe. Interesting. Yeah.
He did say, 'The Rolling Stones took my Music - but they gave me my Name.' However to contextualize.
I say 'without the Roll' like that from listening to white Anglo Rawkers trying to back him as Players, really.
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dan:

↳ StringOFperils @1:56
These British youths couldn't care less about Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett or Bing Crosby. Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Son House and Sonny Terry were cooler cats.
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Uncle Michael:

↳ Song: "My Way Of Giving" by "Rod Stewart"
This song has a cool backstory. No spoilers.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Song: "My Way Of Giving" by "Rod Stewart"
Okay cause know this from *Small* Faces...
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dan:

↳ Song: "My Way Of Giving" by "Rod Stewart"
Rod covering his band's predecessor lineup song. Chris Farlowe did a great version of this song as well.
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Uncle Michael:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @1:59
Small Faces only ever recorded a demo. Thanks for the spoilers!
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StringOFperils:

↳ dan @1:57
There were some people there with the ears to hear, for sure. A lot of the people who coalesced around Steampacket back up at the top for example, and the great Alexis Korner, and we can all be thankful for that.
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Uncle Michael:

↳ dan @2:00
Thanks for the spoilers!
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dan:

↳ Uncle Michael @2:01
I thought it was a regular song on an album because the Small Faces' version is on a Greatest Hits CD of theirs I own.
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Steve from Dunwoody:

I haven't read anything, and I want to hear it all!
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dan:

↳ StringOFperils @2:01
The British also knew who the Funk Brothers were before the rest of America. There was a James Jamerson Appreciation Club to welcome the Motown Revue at Heathrow Airport.
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doctorjazz:

Heading out to shop for dinner, will bring the show along, thanks UM, great feature!
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Uncle Michael @2:01
Oh is that a 'spoiler' ?! ...I thot maybe - it was Written about taking a dump on a Manager's desk tied with a homosexual affair or something notably salacious I somehow yet never heard...
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Dean:

I thought the backstory was going to be that Small Faces performed this on the Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon for 1970 to urge people to give.
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StringOFperils:

↳ dan @2:03
I did not know that! Good for them!
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Steve from Dunwoody:

↳ Song: "You're So Rude" by "Faces"
Big smile for this one!
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dan:

↳ Song: "You're So Rude" by "Faces"
Ronnie should've sang more with both Small Faces and Faces.
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Uncle Michael:

All of you are correct!
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Franco Twinkie:

Hanky-panky before Sunday supper?
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StringOFperils:

I seem to score high on tests that are mutiple-choicelessness.
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adamdoesit:

Gotta zoom. Thanks for the rocks, UM.
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hilaryprudy:

background singers in this piece are pretty great...
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StringOFperils:

Liza Strike, Vanetta Fields ?
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dan:

↳ Song: "A Song For Jenny" by "Humble Pie"
PP Arnold reuniting with Steve Marriott
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Uncle Michael:

see ya, adam. I don't zoom, I twitch.
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StringOFperils:

Ah, PP Arnold
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johnk77:

baldry was a really cool guy
excellent soul singer
i tour-managed his
north american band for a few months
in the late 1970s
he had the inside stories
and enjoyed telling them
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Uncle Michael:

P. P. Arnold – chorus
Claudia Lennear – chorus
Doris Troy – chorus
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adamdoesit:

↳ Uncle Michael @2:12
Funny, you look steady as can be.
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StringOFperils:

↳ Uncle Michael @2:12
All great voices. Really great voices.
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burke:

These lads enjoyed a drop from time to time...
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StringOFperils:

Sloppiness has seldom been more beautiful
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ burke @2:16
...I heard something to that effect as well.
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hilaryprudy:

burke: ya think?
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PaulRobeson1923:

↳ Song: "Whole Lotta Woman (outtake)" by "Faces"
A WHOLE LOTTA holding her hand
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Uncle Michael:

I love studio banter...especially when it's fun.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

...the occasional alcoholic beverage in polite company as they say...
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Franco Twinkie:

↳ johnk77 @2:12
I saw Long John Baldry opening for Uriah Heap the night before the Fourth of July in 1972. Most of the stoners in the audience had no idea who he was, so they elected to throw lit firecrackers at the stage. John seemed to genuinely enjoy the chaos. He dodged them with the agility of a man who was use to been pelted with full pints of lager at the pub.
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Dean:

Checked out Smokin' from my high school library.
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Uncle Michael:

↳ Franco Twinkie @2:18
May I just plug my flash drive into the back of your head, Franco?
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Franco Twinkie @2:18
One always hears about English pennies having edges that leant themselves to being sharpened for flinging @ Performers.
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StringOFperils:

Don't think I'd toss firecrackers at a guy who's 6 foot seven
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Listener Gregory:

↳ Song: "Whole Lotta Woman (outtake)" by "Faces"
I mis-heard the first line of this song as, "It takes a whole lotta lovin' to keep my granny happy." I was really curious as to where the song would go from there. Oh well.
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dan:

↳ Song: "30 Days in the Hole" by "Humble Pie"
Steve Marriott deserved so much better treatment, instead of being bilked by two managers, threatened by John Gotti and dying in obscurity.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Listener Gregory @2:21
There's 'Hey Grandma' by MobyGrape (referring to hippie glasses I heard)...
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Uncle Michael:

↳ Song: "White Sugar" by "Frampton's Camel"
LOTS of drug songs today.
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StringOFperils:

Misogyny and drugs formed the backbone of a lot of songs in the rock 'n' roll boys' room. At least they were good songs.
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Dean:

So "30 Days in the Hole" is about hemmorhoids treatment?
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Uncle Michael:

↳ Song: "Just the Time of Year" by "Frampton's Camel"
This song could be about the end of a relationship...or the end of a professional collaboration.
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StringOFperils:

↳ Dean @2:25
Or passing out in Krispy Kreme
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Uncle Michael:

↳ StringOFperils @2:25
Quite so.
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hilaryprudy:

Frampton sometimes spoils the party for me...
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Franco Twinkie:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @2:22
Specifically, the little hippie girls who would swan down Haight Street in the days of yore dressed like Grandma Moses.
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Uncle Michael:

↳ hilaryprudy @2:27
Yeah, this isn't a party song.
  2:28pm
Dean:

Do you feel like he does?
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Jeff Golick:

How's the Stevie Wonder cover on this album, UM?
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hilaryprudy:

Dean...good one...
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hilaryprudy:

UM: thank you so much for this great show...
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Steve from Dunwoody:

↳ Franco Twinkie @2:27
"Swanning" is one of the best ways to walk!
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Uncle Michael:

I frequently swan...with this neck, it can't be helped.
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Uncle Michael:

↳ Jeff Golick @2:29
Jeff, it reads like another Frampton love ballad.
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KevinfromBayRidge:

The lure of 78 degree ocean is too much so I'm exiting the room. Great shew...There will be archives!
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Uncle Michael:

see ya, Kevin!
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burke:

Burke's fave song on this great album!
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hilaryprudy:

lLOVE G&S
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northguineahills:

temp just dropped from 76 to 56 in the last hour (it was 86 yesterday)
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Uncle Michael:

Speaking of Faces, I can't recommend this live performance strongly enough. www.youtube.com...
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ burke @2:36
...Hey DJ do have the album cover of the guy in tophat what blinks ? That'd be good on camera...
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hilaryprudy:

thanks UM...another favorite of mine is Debris...
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Uncle Michael:

↳ Revolution Rabbit Nov63 @2:37
I do not.
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Franco Twinkie:

↳ Steve from Dunwoody @2:32
Especially as it applies to a young lady wearing a vintage dress with presumably no underpants.
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

↳ Uncle Michael @2:38
...m'kay.
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Steve from Dunwoody:

Just went to get out my copy of the Ooh La La album, the one with the dandy's sliding face on front and gatefold dancehall girl in back.
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KevinfromBayRidge:

↳ northguineahills @2:37
Still 85 in Ft Lauderdale
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dan:

↳ Song: "Ooh La La" by "Faces"
Ronnie Lane did a great version of this song with Slim Chance.
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Uncle Michael:

I wish I knew now what Franco knew when he was younger.
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Steve from Dunwoody:

Ah, y'all were talking about this artefact while I was gone.
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Jeff Golick:

↳ Uncle Michael @2:37
I watch part of that vid periodically; it's just so good.
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StringOFperils:

↳ dan @2:40
I can't can-can like I used to.
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Pedro in Arlington:

This is like a Faces etc. graduate course. Hinky Dinky University.
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Jeff Golick:

↳ Jeff Golick @2:41
"Stay with Me" especially...
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Uncle Michael:

We won't hear SWM and it's top of the heap Ronnie Wood intro today.
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Franco Twinkie:

↳ Uncle Michael @2:40
Michael, it was a different world in the wild west when I was but a sapling.
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Dean:

"Debris" is the song that gets me.
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doctorjazz:

Almost the end, listening whileshopping, great show UM, thanks!
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doctorjazz:

I love Stewart's It's All Over Now, maybe another show...
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Uncle Michael:

↳ Song: "Chicken Wired" by "Ronnie Lane / Ronnie Wood"
"do they lay, I don't care white or brown"
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dan:

↳ Song: "Nowhere To Run" by "Ronnie Lane / Pete Townsend"
Are you going to play "Heart to Hang Onto" from Rough Mix?
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Creebie:

Faces at their apex:
https://youtu.be/uP4CEPaiAzU
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Uncle Michael:

↳ dan @2:50
Creebie!
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Uncle Michael:

oops
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Uncle Michael:

↳ Creebie @2:50
Creebie, I posted a link to that full performance up above.
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spodiodi:

Thanks, UM!
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Franco Twinkie:

Heading out into the sunshine with a song in my heart. Until we meet again, good health to you Michael.
  2:55pm
bradford:

Many thanks UM, this was a blast!
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dan:

An amazing show UM
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KWilde:

Will have listen to this again
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Jeff Golick:

THANKUUUUUUUUUUUUUM
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Hopey Sockmonkey:

What a great show, UM. Thanks! See you Dinks next week.
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burke:

large amount of great music by a small number of people, set down in a pretty short amount of time
  2:56pm
GUMBY:

Great program thanks
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StringOFperils:

That was uplifting. Thanks, UM !
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Creebie:

Came a little late but it was awesome
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Revolution Rabbit Nov63:

~ TY Always DJ UM ~
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Brian in UK:

Ronnie had MS; I remember as interview where he said that it made his hair hurt. Can you, imagine.

Thanks Uncle.
  2:58pm
Listener Robert:

Well, we faced the music.
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Uncle Michael:

Thanks, everyone. Be safe.
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