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The Anthology 1965-1967

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Download links and information about The Anthology 1965-1967 by The Small Faces. This album was released in 1996 and it belongs to Rock, Psychedelic genres. It contains 33 tracks with total duration of 01:22:51 minutes.

Artist: The Small Faces
Release date: 1996
Genre: Rock, Psychedelic
Tracks: 33
Duration: 01:22:51
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. What'cha Gonna Do About It 1:56
2. What's a Matter Baby 2:53
3. I've Got Mine 2:51
4. It's Too Late 2:34
5. Sha La La La Lee (Stereo Version) 2:55
6. Grow Your Own 2:17
7. Hey Girl 2:15
8. Almost Grown 3:00
9. Shake 2:52
10. Come On Children 4:18
11. You Better Believe It 2:17
12. One Night Stand 1:48
13. Sorry She's Mine 2:46
14. Own Up Time 1:45
15. You Need Loving 3:57
16. Don't Stop What You Are Doing 1:52
17. E to D 3:00
18. All or Nothing 3:03
19. Understanding 2:46
20. My Mind's Eye 2:01
21. I Can't Dance With You 3:13
22. I Can't Make It (Mono Version) 2:12
23. Just Passing (Mono Version) 1:12
24. Patterns 2:03
25. Runaway (Mono Version) 2:44
26. Yesterday Today and Tomorrow (Mono Version) 1:53
27. That Man 2:13
28. My Way of Giving (First Mono Version) 1:58
29. Tell Me Have You Ever Seen Me (First Mono Version) 2:16
30. Take This Hurt Off Me 2:15
31. Baby Don't Do It 2:00
32. Plum Nellie 2:29
33. You've Really Got a Hold On Me 3:17

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The Small Faces' catalog is one of the most confusing in rock & roll history, featuring multiple compilations bearing the same title but considerably different track listings, reworked original albums, and haphazard retrospectives. The double-disc Anthology: 1965-1967 goes a long way toward correcting those problems, yet it stops just short of being definitive. Containing all of the material the band recorded for Decca Records — including "Whatcha Gonna Do About It?," "Sha-La-La-La-Lee," "Hey Girl," "All or Nothing," and "My Mind's Eye" — which means it cuts off just as the Small Faces were entering their most creative period. Still, the Small Faces were an excellent British R&B group and that phase is captured in all its glory on this set.