Label: Decca - UICY-75191/2 • Series: The Roots Of British Rock 1800 • Format: 2x, CD Album, Limited Edition SHM-CD,gatefold,paper sleeve • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Mod
Very similar to Small Faces - From The Beginning, but this has a Mould SID Code and is released after September (approx to ). Made in Germany (disc) CD is manufactured in West Germany (back cover)Offer Count: 2.
"What'cha Gonna Do About It," the debut single by the Small Faces, immediately put them on the map in their native Britain, where it made #14 late that year. The early Small Faces have sometimes been compared to the Who as a group that epitomized the style of mod rock, but while there were some similarities, the Small Faces were far more soul-based.
· The Small Faces split from manager Don Arden to sign with Andrew Loog Oldham 's Immediate label and, in retaliation, Decca and Arden rounded up the remaining recordings the group made for the label and released them as From the Beginning. Appearing just months before their Immediate debut -- entitled The Small Faces, just like their first album for Decca -- From the Beginning /10().
Small Faces From the Beginning Get email alerts for Small Faces. 9 ratings Price: $ ("Have You Ever Seen Me"), some repeated tracks ("What'cha Gonna Do About It," "Sha-La-La-La-Lee") from the Decca Small Faces album), killer Motown paeans ("You've Really Got a Hold on Me" -- picture the early Who on a really, really good day covering /5(9).
Appearing just months before their Immediate debut -- entitled The Small Faces, just like their first album for Decca -- From the Beginning includes early version of "My Way of Giving" and " (Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me," and it reprises songs that were on the Decca LP ("Sha La La La Lee," "What'cha Gonna Do About It"), moves that muddy.
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