You Can Make Me Dance, Sing or Anything: 1970-1975

You Can Make Me Dance, Sing or Anything: 1970-1975

by Faces

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Overview

The Faces albums were scheduled for expanded reissues in 2008, roughly four years after the release of the definitive rarities-laden box set Five Guys Walk into a Bar..., but those plans were scrapped and the albums remained untouched for the next seven years. After that long wait came You Can Make Me Dance, Sing or Anything: 1970-1975, a five-disc box that contains expanded versions of the four Faces studio LPs -- 1970's First Step, the twin 1971 masterpieces Long Player and A Nod Is as Good as a Wink...to a Blind Horse, 1972's Ooh La La -- along with a disc of non-LP singles. These aren't quite the track listings from 2008 but they're close enough and, more importantly, they offer a bunch of songs that were not on Five Guys. While A Nod Is as Good as a Wink... is expanded by two BBC Sessions also heard on the box, the rest are given substantial additions. First Step has outtakes of "Behind the Sun" and "Mona: The Blues," alternates of "Flying" and "Nobody Knows," plus a BBC Session of "Shake, Shudder, Shiver"; Long Player has outtakes of "Whole Lotta Woman" and the instrumental "Sham-Mozzal," an alternate of "Tell Everyone," and two selections from a November 1970 show at the Fillmore East ("Too Much Woman [For a Henpecked Man]" and "Love in Vain"); Ooh La La has rehearsal versions of "Borstal Boys," "Silicone Grown," and "Glad and Sorry" along with a live version of "Jealous Guy" from the 1973 Reading Festival; finally, "I Wish It Would Rain (With a Trumpet)" from 1973's Reading Festival is added to the fifth disc. Part of the appeal of Five Guys Walk into a Bar... was how it captured the rangy, rowdy mess of the Faces at their peak and, to its credit, this box doesn't attempt to replicate the sound of a never-ending party. Instead, it offers good-sounding copies of the canon, supplemented by tracks that can't be heard elsewhere. That's good bang for the buck and a good enough reason for the die-hard fans to pony up for this music one more time.

Product Details

Release Date: 08/28/2015
Label: Rhino
UPC: 0081227954239
catalogNumber: 550009
Rank: 50725

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Faces   Primary Artist
Rod Stewart   Banjo,Vocals,Group Member
Ronnie Wood   Bass,Guitar,Harmonica,Harp,Vocals,Background Vocals,Slide Guitar,Backwards Vocals
Harry Beckett   Trumpet
Ian McLagan   Organ,Piano,Harmonium,Hammond Organ,Clavinet,Group Member
Bobby Keys   Saxophone
Ronnie Lane   Bass,Guitar,Tambourine,Vocals,Background Vocals,Lead,Group Member
Tetsu Yamauchi   Bass
Kenney Jones   Percussion,Drums,Group Member

Technical Credits

Chuck Berry   Composer
Bob Dylan   Composer
Faces   Producer
John Lennon   Composer
Paul McCartney   Composer
Small Faces   Producer
Rod Stewart   Composer,Producer
Ronnie Wood   Composer
Ian McLagan   Composer
Marvin Rainwater   Composer
Martin Birch   Engineer
Glyn Johns   Producer,Engineer
Robert "P-Nut" Johnson   Composer
Ronnie Lane   Composer
Ron Nevison   Producer
Strong   Composer
Norman Whitfield   Composer
Tetsu Yamauchi   Composer
Kenney Jones   Composer
Mike Boback   Producer,Engineer
Lisa Glines   Art Direction
Traditional   Composer
Roger Penzabene   Composer
Ed Trasher   Art Direction
Dave Palmer   Engineer
William Broonzy   Composer

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