There Are But Four Small Faces
Small Faces' debut USA album released on Andrew Loog Oldham's Immediate Records in 1968 has been newly expanded and remastered in 2014 from the original master tapes for the first time ever. This definitive edition of There Are But Four Small Faces has been overseen by surviving band members Kenney Jones and Ian McLagan and features previously unseen memorabilia and photography, plus In-depth sleeve notes by Ken Sharp with new exclusive interviews with Olympic Studios engineer George Chkiantz, PP Arnold, renowned photographer Gered Mankowitz and commentary by Eric Carmen ('All By Myself', The Raspberries) and Californian journalist Harvey Kubernik.
2CD - Double CD version with the stereo and previously unheard mono AM radio mixes. Further US-orientated alternate takes, early mixes and backing tracks adorn both discs.
LP - Remastered and recut 180 Gram vinyl edition. Cut by Matt Colton at Air Studios, London from the original production master tape with nothing else in the signal path and the lacquer. The cutting session was conducted under the supervision of Kenney Jones and Ian McLagan.