2. Cindy Incidentally, 3. Angel, 4. True Blue, 5. I d Rather Go Blind, 6. Jealous
Guy, 7. You Wear It Well, 8. Maggie May, 9. Borstal Boys, 10. Twistin The Night
Away, 11. Memphis, Tennessee, 12. We ll Meet Again, 13. Richmond, 14. Bad n Ruin,
15. Around The Plynth/Gasoline Alley.
This Faces release
presents the band s 1973 last concert with Ronnie Lane that happened in June at the
Edmonton Theatre in London.
In fact Ronnie Lane
s last show was on the 6th of June (even the ticket photographed
inside stems from the 6th), but it is uncertain if this recording
comes from the 4th (unavailable so far) as claimed on the back cover
or from the 6th.
however a great sounding document of the gig in excellent stereo soundboard.
The set list features the best songs of the Faces in concert at that time. The
title refers to a colloquial Scottish way used to describe a pint of beer,
something all in the band were very keen on. This concert was already released
in the past in 2001 as Party Hogs (Roaring Mouse 70010) even if the inlay said
it was coming from Edmonton in Canada, where
the Faces never played. This release is however better sounding presenting the
said to be coming from an FM
broadcast which has great quality; the thing is that the show was broadcasted
by British TB as Ooh La La With the
Faces, so maybe a master copy of that recording has been located and that is
where this audio comes from. The band is also playing one of its better
performances and the fact that is the last with Ronnie Lane which will be
replaced by Tetsu Yamauchi former Free bass player marks an historic gig; the
band with Tetsu will eventually come back to London Edmonton s Theatre on 24th
December of the sme year but no recording exists of that show. The audience
participation is very high and certainly fans contribute to that very special
night s success. Godfather has decided to add some extra tracks coming from two
different BBC broadcasts from earlier on offering different numbers in very
good quality too. Richmond
is actually sung by Ronnie Lane
while the last number is Ronnie Wood showcase for his slide playing.