FACES - CD
BAD 'N' RUIN

LABEL:
Audio Vaults AV 201875
SOURCE:
Disc One, Tracks 1-5: Sunday Concert, Paris Theatre, London 13 May 1971, bc 23 May, Tracks 6-8: Sounds for Saturday 26 October 1971, bc 1 April 72. Disc Two, Tracks 1-6: Marquee Club, London 7 December 1970, bc by WDR on 15 January 1971, Tracks 7-8: Top of the Pops 28 April 1971 (on cover 29) bc 29 April, Tracks 9-11: BBC 12 November 1965.
FORMAT:
2 picture cds
RUNNING TIME:
57.02/42.38
SOUND/SOURCE:
One: Soundboard Stereo, Disc Two: Soundboard Mono
PACKAGING:
Trifold digipack
 


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SOUND 10 / PACKAGING 10 / PERFORMANCE 10

 
TRACK LIST:

Disc One: 1. You’re My Girl (I Don’t Want To Discuss It), 2. Bad ‘n’ Ruin, 3. It’s All Over Now, 4. Had Me A Real Good Time, 5. (I Know) I’m Losing You, 6. Three Button Hand Me Down, 7. I Want To Be Loved, 8. Love In Vain,

Disc Two: 1. Devotion, 2. You’re My Girl, 3. Flying, 4. Too Much Woman, 5. Maybe I’m Amazed, 6. Gasoline Alley/Around The Plynth (on cover Gasolene), 7. Richmond, 8. Bad ‘n Ruin, 10. How Long Will It Last, 11. In The Midnight Hour, 12. It’s Alright.

 
REVIEW:

This release presents various sources; Disc One starts with the John Peel Sunday’s concert from May 1971, an excellent stereo broadcast that shows all the power the early Faces displayed during their live performances. The last three tracks come from Sounds for Saturday from October 71, some tracks from this concert were released on Five Guys Walk into a Bar boxset in 2004 (Maybe I’m Amazed-I’m Losing You-Stay With Me) but none are here. On Disc Two there is the December 1970 Marquee live concert that was filmed and broadcasted by a German tv WDR in early 1971, followed by 2 songs from Top of the Pops, the first Richmond is live, Bad ‘n’ Ruin has instead live vocals on a prepared backing track. This disc ends with 3 songs from the Steampacket a group where Rod Stewart, Long John Baldry and Julie Driscoll shared vocals with Brian Auger on organ and Vic Briggs on guitar from a November 1965 BBC broadcast. The last three members later recorded the highly successful This Wheel’s On Fire with their new band Trinity after Steampacket dismantled. In fact Steampacket could be called the first British supergroup that was managed by Giorgio Gomelski. This is a nice release that presents excellent sounding broadcasts, although the Steampacket tracks will just appeal to Rod Stewart fans.


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