A documentary tells the story of Ronnie Lane from his heyday with first the Small Faces and then the Faces through the sixties and seventies and then his experiments with a rural life and the touring musical circus that he dubbed The Passing Show.
Documentary retrospective on the very influential British Invasion band, the Small Faces. Includes archival interviews with Ronnie Lane and Steve Marriott
"The Life and Times of Steve Marriott" is a compelling documentary about one of rock's most dynamic, exciting, and sadly; unsung heroes of rock and roll. Showcasing revelatory interviews with Humble Pie's Peter Frampton, Jerry Shirley, and Greg Ridley, the Black Crowes's Chris Robinson,
© Words - Val Weedon
Ian McLagan was a keyboard player best known as a member of the Small Faces and Faces. He sadly died on December 3rd following complications from a stroke.
© Words Matteo Sedazzari
When the album opens up with Steve Marriott bragging at the start “I've got a new axe, it's gonna make me rock hard man! “, you just know you are about to enter into a loud, powerful and epic voyage of pure rock ‘n’ roll. And if you were lucky enough to be in attendance at the Fillmore you certainly got your money’s worth, as you do with this album. Marriott and the boys play more than just a gig, they give a heroic performance that can now be remembered for the worth that it should.
Kenney Jones is recognised as one of the top rock drummers in the world, playing with three of the most well known bands around. He was a member of the sixties Mod band Small Faces, went on to play with The Faces and front man Rod Stewart then in 1978 following the tragic death of Keith Moon was the obvious choice for The Who.
There is a strong argument that the best way for the guitarist to learn their favourite song is to play along to the record. However having a useful reference book nearby can only improve their chances.