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Small Faces - Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake (CD)
The Small Faces' creative and commercial highpoint, the conceptual classic Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake, was released on the Immediate label in 1968.
This edition contains 14 bonus tracks from the band's Immediate catalogue, including Itchycoo Park.
'An all-time classic' - UNCUT (5/5 review)
One of Britain's most influential bands of the Sixties and a major influence on the new wave of Britpop bands, the Small Faces hit their creative and commercial highpoint with their psychedelic concept album Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake.
A bona fide classic of the late Sixties, Ogdens' was released on the famous Immediate label in the summer of 1968 and went straight to the number one spot in the UK album chart, remaining there for six weeks.
A heady blend of cockney music-hall humour, tough rock numbers, blues and psychedelia, it spawned two of the group's biggest hit singles in Afterglow (Of Your Love) and Lazy Sunday.
The six tracks which made up side two of the original LP are introduced by Stanley Unwin, one of Britain's most popular comedians of the day, renowned for his inventive use of English.
The fourteen bonus tracks are highlights from the group's time with Immediate Records from 1967 to 1969.
As well as hit singles such as Itchycoo Park, Here Come The Nice and The Universal, these include live recordings of Tin Soldier and their 1966 Decca number one single All Or Nothing, plus their memorable duet with label mate P.P. Arnold.
Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake:
1.Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake
2.Afterglow (Of Your Love)
3.Long Agos And Worlds Apart
5.Song Of A Baker
9.The Hungry Intruder
1.Here Come The Nice
2.Talk To You
3.My Way Of Giving
5.Donkey Rides, A penny, A Glass (With Brass)
7.I'm Only Dreaming
8.(Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me
9.The Autumn Stone
10.Wham Bam, Thank You Mam
11.(If You Think You're) Groovy
12.Don't Burst My Bubble
13.All Or Nothing (Live)
14.Tin Soldier (Live)
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