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Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake is an acknowledged masterpiece among critics and hardcore '60s-music fans, while remaining relatively unknown compared to The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band or The Who's Tommy, two concept LPs that represent the era more famously. The tale of Stan's search for the moon might not be the album's most compelling feature (though Stanley Unwin's narration has its incense-dipped charms), but it adds to the set's overall forward motion. Individual tracks such as "Afterglow of Your Love," "Song of a Baker," and "Lazy Sunday" play out with The Small Faces' brutal melding of garage rock with R&B and soul. Ian McLagan is an enviable keyboardist, putting together a tough organ sound that merges with Kenney Jones' severe backbeat for the most powerful sound of any small combo. The deluxe edition includes mono and stereo mixes of the album (mono is preferable for its solid punch) and intriguing early versions and alternate mixes that further illustrate the complexity of this raw piece of glorious psychedelia.

Customer Reviews


GTA V brought me here, this is great!!! Who else came here from GTA V??

Favorite Concept Album of All Time!

What a diverse, interesting, well played set...Give this a few listens and you can appreciate what an excellent musician Steve Marrriot was...guy could play a great lead guitar and had a great and distinctive voice. Songs flow well from beginning to end. This and the first 2 Humble Pie albums and you're set!

A Classic

This is still one of my favorite records from the 60s. If you don't have it you should, and if you claim to love the period it came out of and don't have it, let's just say you missed the point.


Formed: 1965 in London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s

Small Faces were the best English band never to hit it big in America. Outside Europe, all anybody remembers them for is their sole hit, "Itchycoo Park," which was hardly representative of their psychedelic sound, much less their full musical range -- but in England, Small Faces were one of the most extraordinary and successful bands of the mid-'60s, serious competitors to the Who and potential rivals to the Rolling Stones. Lead singer/guitarist Steve Marriott's formal background was on the stage;...
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