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Small Faces

There Are But Four Small Faces

    Small Faces debut USA LP released on Andrew Loog Oldham’s Immediate Records in 1968 has been newly remastered from the original master tapes for the first time ever!


    Itchycoo Park
    Talk To You
    Up The Wooden Hills To Bedfordshire
    My Way Of Giving
    I’m Only Dreaming
    I Feel Much Better
    Tin Soldier
    Get Yourself Together
    Show Me The Way
    Here Come The Nice
    Green Circles
    (Tell Me) Have You Ever Seen Me?

    The Kinks

    Face To Face

      Classic Kinks catalogue on vinyl. The original albums on their finest format, with the original UK tracklistings.

      ‘Face To Face’, released in 1966, is the fourth studio album by The Kinks. A major artistic breakthrough for Kinks songwriter Ray Davies, the album represents the first full flowering of Davies’ use of narrative, observation and wry social commentary in his songs.

      Includes their third UK No. 1 ‘Sunny Afternoon’, which went to No. 12 in the UK Album Chart.

      140g vinyl.


      Party Line
      Rosy Won’t You Please Come Home
      Too Much On My Mind
      Session Man
      Rainy Day In June
      House In The Country
      Holiday In Waikiki
      Most Exclusive Residence For Sale
      Little Miss Queen Of Darkness
      You’re Looking Fine
      Sunny Afternoon
      I’ll Remember

      Bert Jansch

      Birthday Blues

        ‘Birthday Blues’, released in January 1969, was Bert Jansch’s sixth album for Transatlantic.

        It’s no surprise that the album sounds like a modified version of The Pentangle as Bert was a member of the classic British folk / jazz / rock group at the time of this record’s release. Additionally Shel Talmy, who worked with the group (as well as The Who and The Kinks), produced ‘Birthday Blues’. To complete the circle, the record’s rhythm section was Pentangle’s - Danny Thompson on bass and Terry Cox on drums.

        Jansch was the group’s finest musician, and can still be a compelling writer and performer on his own. All of the cuts on this album are originals, showing the artist leaning a little more toward bluesy styles than usual, though the mood is predominantly British folk.

        Continuing the series of Bert Jansch’s Transatlantic recordings this album was remastered using the original master tape recorded at IBC Studios in London during November 1968. This is the first time this tape has been used since the album was released. The vinyl was half-speed mastered from the same tape and is the best possible representation of the wonderful music that Bert Jansch recorded at these sessions.

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