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My Mind’s Eye - Small Faces - Deep Joy (CD)

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  1. Small Faces were an influential British mod/psychedelic band of the s, led by Steve Marriott and Ronnie Lane with Kenney Jones and Ian McLagan (who replaced original organist Jimmy Winston). The Small Faces were all genuine East End mods. They were signed to Decca records initially and enjoyed major success across Europe between 19with classic singles like "All or Nothing" and.
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  3. My Mind's Eye Lyrics: I sit here everyday / Looking at the sky / Ever wondering why / I dream my dreams away / And I'm living for today / In my minds eye / Things are clearer than before / Showing me.
  4. Small Faces - My Mind’s Eye Lyrics. I sit here everyday, Looking at the sky, Ever wondering why, I dream my dreams away, And I'm living for today, In my minds eye. Thi.
  5. Like many Americans who grew up in the 60s and 70s, the music of the Small Faces all but escaped my attention. Have to blame that lack of exposure on American radio, I suppose. While FM radio was playing the Beatles, the Stones, the Kinks, and the Who, and later Led Zeppelin, et al, the Small Faces were, strangely, almost nowhere to be found/5().
  6. This was an experimental demo that the Small Faces knocked up in the studio one night. It was intended to be an album track or even a flipside but they never looked on it as a potential hit single. However, much to the band's annoyance it was released by their manager Don Arden and Decca for the.
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  8. Winston was replaced by Ian McLagan, whose keyboard talents and diminutive stature fit with the groove of the band perfectly. McLagan played his first performance with the band on 2 November The new Small Faces line-up hit the charts with their third single, "Sha-La-La-La-Lee", released on 28 January It was written for the group by Mort Shuman (who wrote many of Elvis Presley's.

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