Woodwork 1970

Note: All entries (if not noted otherwise) are from Faces (or The Small Faces as
          they called themselves in the US until Spring 1970).

700100A  December 1969 - January: SMALL FACES. London, De Lane Lea
                   Recording Studios. Producers: . Sound engineer: Martin Birch.
                   Recordings for their first album 'First Step'. Incl.
                    - Around The Plynth I (RW/Rod Stewart) -First Step-version
                    - Around The Plynth II (RW/Rod Stewart) -single-edit
                    - Devotion (Ronnie Lane)
                    - Flying I (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane) -alternate, take 3
                    - Flying II (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane) -First Step-version
                    - Looking Out The Window (Kenney Jones/Ian McLagan)
                    - Nobody Knows (RW/Ronnie Lane) -alternate, take 2
                    - Nobody Knows (RW/Ronnie Lane) -First Step-version
                    - Pineapple And The Monkey (RW)
                    - Shake, Shudder, Shiver (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                    - Stone (Ronnie Lane)
                    - Three Button Hand Me Down (Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                    - Wicked Messenger (Bob Dylan)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, harm, bass, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc, banjo)/Ronnie Lane
                                   (bass, voc, gtr)/Ian McLagan (p, org, voc)/Kenney Jones (dr)

700117A  17th January: Sheffield, England, University
700125A  25th January: Birmingham, England, Mothers
700131A  31st January: Guildford, England, University Of Surrey
700202A  2nd February: Southampton, England, Top Rank
700206A  6th February: London, The Lyceum, ‘Midnight Rave’
700203A  7th February: Leeds, England, University, Reflectory Hall
700213A  13th February: Norwich, England, University

14th - 22nd February: Faces. Tour of Denmark and Sweden.
                  Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, bvoc)/
                                 Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)

700214A  14th February: Uppsala, Sweden,
700215A  15th February: Gothenburg, Sweden, Cue Club
700218A  18th February: Stockholm, Sweden, Studentkaren

700220A  20th February: SMALL FACES.
                  7“ single (Warner Brothers WB 8005). Producers: Faces.
                  A: Flying (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                  B: Three Button Hand Me Down (Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                  Note: In this early state of their career the Faces were sometimes billed (and
                            sometimes labeled themselves) as Small Faces.

700221A  21st February: Viborg, Denmark, Tinghallen
700222A  22nd February: Copenhagen, Denmark, Revolution Club

700227A  27th February: Bristol, England, University, Anson Room
700301A  1st March: London, Lyceum Ballroom
700306A  6th March: Cirencester, England, Royal Agricultural College
700307A  7th March: Sutton, England, Coldfield Belfre

700309A  9th March: FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘Top Gear’, London, Paris Cinema.
                    Host: John Peel.
                    - Devotion (Ronnie Lane)
                    - Wicked Messenger (Bob Dylan)
                    - Pineapple And The Monkey (RW)
                    - Shake, Shudder, Shiver (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                    Note: Broadcast on the 28th March.

700310A  10th March: FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘Dave Lee Travis’,
                    London, Camden Theatre. Host: Dave Lee Travis.
                     - Three Button Hand Me Down (Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                     - Flying (RW/Ronnie Lane/Rod Stewart)
                     - Wicked Messenger (Bob Dylan)
                     Note: Broadcast on the 15th March.

700311A  11th March: FACES. UK TV (BBC1) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London.
                    - Flying (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                    Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, bvoc)/
                                   Ian McLagan (org, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)
                    Note: Aired on the 12th March.

700313A  13th March: MARSHA HUNT.
                   7" single (Track Records 604037). Producer: Kit Lambert.
                   A: Keep The Customer Satisfied (Paul Simon) -maybe with RW on bass
                   B: Lonesome Holy Roller (Marsha Hunt) -maybe with RW on bass
                   Note: For all other info, see 690800A.

700314A  14th March: FACES. UK TV (BBC2) ‘Disco 2’, incl.
                    - Flying (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                    - Pineapple And The Monkey (RW)
                    Line-up: as above.

700314B  14th March: Leicester, England, University
700316A  16th March: London, Cook’s Ferry Inn

700321A  21st March: FACES.
                   LP ‘The First Step’ (Warner Brothers K 46053). Producers: Faces. Sound
                   engineer: Martin Birch.
                    A: - Wicked Messenger (Bob Dylan)
                        - Devotion (Ronnie Lane)
                        - Shake, Shudder, Shiver (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                        - Stone (Ronnie Lane)
                        - Around The Plynth (RW/Rod Stewart)
                   B: - Flying (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                        - Pineapple And The Monkey (RW)
                        - Nobody Knows (RW/Ronnie Lane)
                        - Looking Out The Window (Kenney Jones/Ian McLagan)
                        - Three Button Hand Me Down (Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr, harm, bass, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc, banjo)/Ronnie Lane (bass,
                                  voc, gtr)/Ian McLagan (p, org, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)

700321B  21st March: Birmingham, England, Mothers

25th March - 30th May: Small Faces. 1st US TOUR (28 shows):
                  Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass,
                                 bvoc)/Ian McLagan (keyb, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)
                  Note: Already through the name change in Europe, they were
                            still billed as Small Faces in the US and Canada.

700325A  25th March: Toronto, Canada, Varsity Arena
700326A  26th March: Boston, Massachusetts, Tea Party

700327A  27th March: Boston, Massachusetts, Tea Party
                   (Wicked Messenger/Shake, Shudder, Shiver/Devotion/Evil/Flying/Nobody Knows/
                    Pineapple And The Monkey/Around The Plynth/It’s All Over Now)

700328A  28th March: Boston, Massachusetts, Tea Party
700330A  30th March: Annandale, Northern Virginia, Virginia, Community College
700331A  31st March: Wheaton, Maryland, Youth Center

700403A  3rd April: Detroit, Michigan, Eastown Theater
700404A  4th April: Detroit, Michigan, Eastown Theater
700405A  5th April: Toronto, Canada, Fillmore North (without Ian McLagan)
700408A  8th April: New York City, Ungano’s
700409A  9th April: New York City, Ungano’s
700410A  10th April: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Electric Factory
700411A  11th April: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Electric Factory
700415A  15th April: Chicago, Illinois, Beaver’s
700416A  16th April: Chicago, Illinois, Beaver’s
700417A  17th April: Birmingham (near Detroit), Michigan, Palladium

700418A  18th April: Birmingham (near Detroit), Michigan, Palladium
700419A  19th April: Minneapolis City, Minnesota, Labor Temple (two shows)
700420A  20th April: Boston, Massachusetts, Garden
700423A  23rd April: Ithaca, New York, Warehouse
700424A  24th April: Long Island, New York, Island Park, Action House
700425A  25th April: Long Island, New York, Island Park, Action House

700429A  29th April: SMALL FACES.
                   promotional 7“ single (Warner Brothers WB 7393, -USA). Producers: Faces.
                   A: Wicked Messenger (Bob Dylan)
                   B: Around The Plynth (RW/Rod Stewart) -single-edit

700500A  May: ROD STEWART.
                   7“ single (Mercury 73031, -US). Producer: Lou Reizner.
                   A: Handbags And Gladrags (Mike D’Abo) -edit
                   B: Man Of Constant Sorrow (Trad. arr.: Rod Stewart)
                   Line-up: see 691200A.

700501A  1st May: Detroit, Michigan, Eastown Theater
700502A  2nd May: Detroit, Michigan, Eastown Theater
700503A  3rd May: Detroit, Michigan, Eastown Theater
                   Note: One of the three Detroit shows included the following set:
                   (You’re My Girl/Flying/Wicked Messenger/Evil/Devotion/Shake Shudder Shiver/
                    Pineapple And The Monkey/Nobody Knows/Around The Plynth/Three Button
                    Hand Me Down/Blues De Luxe)

700507A  7th May: San Francisco, California, Fillmore West
                    (You’re My Girl/Flying/Wicked Messenger/Evil/Devotion/Pineapple And
                      The Monkey/Shake, Shudder, Shiver/Maybe I'm Amazed/Around The
                      Plynth/It's All Over Now)                    

700508A  8th May: San Francisco, California, Fillmore West
                    (You’re My Girl/Maybe I'm Amazed/Wicked Messenger/Devotion/Three Button
                      Hand Me Down/Shake, Shudder, Shiver/Evil/Flying/Around The Plynth)

700509A  9th May: San Francisco, California, Fillmore West
                    (Three Button Hand Me Down/Wicked Messenger/You’re My Girl/
                     Devotion/Maybe I’m Amazed/Flying/I Feel So Good/Around The Plynth/
                     It’s All Over Now/Blues De Luxe)
 
700510A  10th May: San Francisco, California, Fillmore West

700512A  12th May: FACES. Los Angeles, California, United Western Recorders.
                    Producers: Faces. Incl.
                     - Behind The Sun (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane/Kenney Jones/Ian McLagan)
                     - Mona The Blues (RW/Ronnie Lane) -instrumental
                     - Rear Wheel Skid (RW/Ian McLagan/Kenney Jones/Ronnie Lane) -single-version

700515A  15th May: Seattle, Washington, Eagles Ballroom
700516A  16th May: Seattle, Washington, Eagles Ballroom

700517A  17th May: Vancouver, Canada, Garden Auditorium, ‘Strawberry Mountain Fair'
                    (You’re My Girl/Flying/Three Button Hand Me Down/Wicked Messenger/
                      Devotion/Evil)

700522A  22nd May: Los Angeles, California, Olympic Theater
700523A  23rd May: Irvine, California, University Of  California
700524A  24th May: East Lansing, Michigan, University
700526A  26th May: Jersey City, New Jersey, Stanley Warner Theater
700528A  28th May: Scotch Plains, New Jersey, University
700529A  29th May: Port Chester, New York, Capitol Theater
700530A  30th May: Port Chester, New York, Capitol Theater

June: FACES. 6 UK dates.
                  Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                 Ian McLagan (p, org, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)

700605A 5th June: Dudley, England, Dudley Zoo, 'Castle Rock Festival'
                  Note: With special guest Robert Plant (voc) on one song.

700600A  June: Epping, England, The Wake Arms    
700615A 15th June: Edmonton, England, Cooks Ferry Inn
700617A 17th June: Bristol, England, Victoria Rooms
700619A 19th June: Lancaster, England, University, Great Hall
700620A  20th June: Dunstable, England, Civic Hall

700625A  25th June: FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘John Peel’s Sunday Concert’,
                   London, Paris Cinema.
                   - You’re My Girl (Dick Cooper/Beth Beatty/Ernie Shelby)
                   - Wicked Messenger (Bob Dylan)
                   - Devotion (Ronnie Lane)
                   - It’s All Over Now  (Bobby and Shirley Womack)
                   - I Feel So Good (Big Bill Broonzy)
                   Note: Broadcast on the 5th July.

700626A  26th June: Swansea, Wales, Top Rank Suite
700627A  27th June: Birmingham, England, Mothers

700600B  June: ROD STEWART.
                   LP ‘Gasoline Alley’ (Mercury SR 61264, -US). Producers: Rod Stewart and   
                   Lou Reizner. Recorded in London, Morgan Sound Studios in March 1970.
                   A: - Gasoline Alley (RW/Rod Stewart) -Stanley Matthews on mandolin
                        - It’s All Over Now II (Bobby and Shirley Womack) -William Gaff on
                              whistle
                        - Only A Hobo (Bob Dylan) -Dennis O’Flynn on violin bass
                        - My Way Of Giving (Steve Marriott/Ronnie Lane)
                   B: - Country Comfort (Elton John/Bernie Taupin) -Jack Reynolds on backing
                             vocals, Pete Sears on piano
                         - Cut Across Shorty (Marijohn Wilkin/Wayne P. Walker) -Pete Sears on bass
                        - Lady Day (Rod Stewart) -Dennis O’Flynn on violin bass
                        - Jo’s Lament (Rod Stewart)
                        - You’re My Girl (I Don’t Want To Discuss It)(Dick Cooper/Beth Beatty/
                             Ernie Shelby)
                   Basic line-up: RW (gtr, bass)/Rod Stewart (voc, gtr)/Martin Quittenton (gtr)/
                                           Ronnie Lane (bass)/Ian McLagan (keyb)/Micky Waller (dr)/
                                           Kenney Jones (dr)/Dick Powell (violin)
                   Note: Released in the UK on September 11 on Vertigo (Vertigo 6360 500).
                             Also a Mercury mono test pressing with some slighly different mixes
                             (unconfirmed) exists.

5th - 9th August: FACES. US East Coast-dates.
                 
Line-up: see above.     

700805A  5th August: Boston, Massachusetts, Tea Party
700806A  6th August: Springfield, Massachusetts, Capitol Theater
700807A  7th August: Leoni Township, Michigan, Goose Lake Park, 'The Goose Lake
                     International Music Festival'
700809A  9th August: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Arena (unconfirmed)

700800A  August, September & December: FACES. London, Morgan Sound Studios.
                   Producer: Faces. Recordings for the upcoming album Longplayer. Incl.
                    - Had Me A Real Good Time I (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane) -instrumental;
                         under title Sham Mozzal
                    - Had Me A Real Good Time II (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane) -album version
                    - Had Me A Real Good Time III (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane) -7"-version
                    - Jerusalem (Trad.) -Longplayer-version
                    - Oh Lord I’m Browned Off (RW/Ronnie Lane/Ian McLagan/Kenney Jones)
                    - Richmond I (Ronnie Lane) -alternate mix without bass
                    - Richmond II (Ronnie Lane) -Longplayer-version
                    - Sweet Lady Mary (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane) -Longplayer-version
                    - Whole Lotta Woman (Marvin Rainwater)

700821A  21st August: GARY OSBORNE.
                   7" single (CBS 5148). Producer: Gary Osborne. Recorded at Morgan Sound
                   Studios, London, most probably in June 1970.
                   A: Three Day Nation (Gary Osborne)
                   B: Heavies (Gary Osborne)
                   Line-up: RW (gtr; maybe bass)/Gary Osborne (voc, gtr)/Ian McLagan (keyb)/
                                  Kenney Jones (dr)

700821B  21st August: London, The Lyceum Ballroom

700827A  27th August: FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘Sounds Of The Seventies’, London,
                   Aeolian Hall, Studio #2. Host: Mike Harding.
                   - It’s All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack)
                   - Three Button Hand Me Down (Rod Stewart/Ian McLagan)
                   - Around The Plynth (RW/Rod Stewart)
                   Note: Broadcast on the 1st September.

700831A  31st August: Bishopsbourne, England, Charlton Park

700900A  September: ROD STEWART.
                   7“ single (Vertigo 6086002). Producers: Rod Stewart and Lou Reizner.
                   A: It’s All Over Now (Bobby and Shirley Womack) -single-version
                   B: Jo’s Lament (Rod Stewart)
                   Line-up: see 700911A.

2nd - 4th September: FACES. Three gigs in Scandinavia.
                 Line-up: see above.     

700902A  2nd September: Oslo, Norway, Folkets Hus
700903A  3rd September: Gothenburg, Sweden, Liseberg Stora Scenen
700904A  4th September: Copenhagen, Denmark, Statsskole

700905A  5th September: Fehmarn, West-Germany, ‘Love And Peace Festival’ 

700911A  11th September: London, Hampstead Country Club
700913A  13th September: London, Black Prince Hotel

700915A  15th September: FACES. UK radio (BBC) ‘Top Gear’, London, Maida Vale,
                    Studio #4. Host: John Peel.
                    - Had Me A Real Good Time (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    - Around The Plynth/Gasoline Alley (both: RW/Rod Stewart)
                    - Country Comfort (Elton John/Bernie Taupin)
                    Note: Broadcast on the 19th September.

700918A  18th September: London, The Lyceum Ballroom
700919A  19th September: Canterbury, England, Eliot College
700925A  25th September: London, The Marquee

700900B  September: FACES. US TV (Metromedia) ‘London Rock’.
                   - interview with RW & Ronnie Lane during a walk in a London park (in early June)
                   - The Mona (RW/Ronnie Lane) -rehearsal by RW (gtr) & Ronnie Lane (bass, gtr)

1st October - 15th November: FACES. 2nd US Tour.
                  Line-up: RW (gtr, bvoc)/Rod Stewart (voc)/Ronnie Lane (bass, voc)/
                                 Ian McLagan (p, org, bvoc)/Kenney Jones (dr)

701001A  1st October: Plainfield, Vermont, Goddard College
701002A  2nd October: Port Chester, New York, Capitol Theater

701003A  3rd October: Port Chester, New York, Capitol Theater
                    (You're My Girl/Flying/Maybe I'm Amazed/Country Comfort/Around The
                     Plynth-Gasoline Alley-Around The Plynth/Love In Vain/It's All Over Now/
                     I Feel So Good)

701005A  5th October: Boston, Massachusetts, Tea Party
701007A  7th October: Boston, Massachusetts, Tea Party
701009A  9th October: Rochester, New York, The Club (1st show)
701009B  9th October: Rochester, New York, The Club (2nd show)
701010A  10th October: Staten Island, New York, Wagner College
701012A  12th October: Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania, Kingston Armory

701016A  16th October: Detroit, Michigan, Eastown Theater
                    (You’re My Girl/Wicked Messenger/Flying/Evil/Devotion/Maybe I’m Amazed/
                     It’s All Over Now/Around The Plynth/Blues De Luxe/I Feel So Good) 

701017A  17th October: Detroit, Michigan, Eastown Theater
                    (Wicked Messenger/Shake, Shudder, Shiver/Devotion/Evil/Flying/
                     Pineapple And The Monkey/You’re My Girl/Three Button Hand Me Down/
                     Around The Plynth-Gasoline Alley-Around The Plynth/It’s All Over Now/
                     I Feel So Good)
 
701018A  18th October: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, The Scene
701023A  23rd October: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Spectrum, ‘Quaker City Rock Festival’
701024A  24th October: Island Park, New York, Action House
701025A  25th October: Miami, Florida, Municipal Auditorium
701027A  27th October: Birmingham, Michigan, Palladium

701028A  28th October: San Francisco, California, Fillmore West
                   (Devotion/You’re My Girl/Wicked Messenger/Country Comfort/Flying/Too Much
                    Woman/Cut Across Shorty/Maybe I’m Amazed/Around The Plynth-Country Honk-
                    Gasoline Alley-Around The Plynth/Love In Vain/Three Button Hand Me Down/
                    It’s All Over Now/I Feel So Good/Blues De Luxe)

701030A  30th October: Santa Monica, California, Civic Auditorium
                    (Devotion/You’re My Girl/Flying/Wicked Messenger/Country Comfort/Too Much
                     Woman/Cut Across Shorty/Maybe I’m Amazed/Around The Plynth-Country Honk-
                     Gasoline Alley-Around The Plynth/It’s All Over Now/Love In Vain/I Feel So Good/
                     Had Me A Real Good Time/Blues De Luxe)

701031A  31st October: Edmonton, Canada, Kinsmen Field House

701100A  Autumn: ROD STEWART.
                   7“ single (Mercury 73115, -US). Producers: Rod Stewart and Lou Reizner.
                   A: Gasoline Alley (RW/Rod Stewart)
                   B: Only A Hobo (Bob Dylan) -edit
                   Line-up: see 700911A.

701101A  1st November: Vancouver, Canada, Agrodome
701103A  3rd  November: Madison, Wisconsin, Dewey’s
701105A  5th  November: Stony Brook, New York, State University of New York
701106A  6th  November: Williamstown, Massachusetts, Williams College, Chapin Hall

701107A  7th  November: Detroit, Michigan, Olympic Stadium
                    (Devotion/You're My Girl/Too Much Woman/Maybe I'm Amazed/Around The
                     Plynth-Country Honk-Gasoline Alley-Around The Plynth/It's All Over Now/
                     I Feel So Good)

701108A  8th  November: Minneapolis, Minnesota, The Depot
701109A  9th  November: Bangor, Maine, Auditorium

701110A  10th November: New York City, Fillmore East (1st show)
701110B  10th November: New York City, Fillmore East (2nd show)
                    Note: Soundboard recording was made (recorded with the Electric Lady Mobile
                               Record Unit) by sound engineer Dave Palmer.

701111A  11th November: Rochester, New York, The Club

701113A  13th November: FACES.
                   7“ single (Warner Brothers WB 8018). Producers: Faces. Sound engineer side A:
                   Mike Bobak.
                   A: Had Me A Real Good Time (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane) -single-version
                   B: Rear Wheel Skid (RW/Ian McLagan/Kenney Jones/Ronnie Lane)

701113B  13th November: Chicago, Illinois, The Syndrome
701114A  14th November: Dayton, Ohio, Hara Arena
701115A  15th November: Lowell, Massachusetts, Commodore Ballroom

701119A  19th November: FACES. UK radio (BBC1) ‘John Peel’s Sunday Concert’,
                    London, Paris Cinema.
                    - Country Comfort (Elton John/Bernie Taupin)
                    - You're My Girl (Dick Cooper/Beth Beatty/Ernie Shelby)
                    - Too Much Woman/Street Fighting Man/Too Much Woman (Ike Turner)
                         (MJ/KR)(Ike Turner)
                    - Maybe I'm Amazed (Paul McCartney)
                    - Around The Plynth/Country Honk/Gasoline Alley (RW/Rod Stewart)(MJ/KR)                       
                          (RW/Rod Stewart)
                    Note: Broadcast on the 29th November.

701120A  20th November: London, The Marquee
701122A  22nd November: Epping, England, The Wake Arms
701127A  27th November: Kirklevington, England, Country Club
701128A  28th November: Leicester, England, University

701129A  29th November: Croydon, England, The Greyhound

701100B  November: ASHTON, GARDNER + DYKE.
                   7" single (Capitol 5C 006-80708, -NL). Producer: Tony Ashton. Recorded in 1970
                   in London at De Lane Lea Recording Studios. Incl. RW on guitar on side A:
                   A: Mister Freako (Tony Ashton)
                   [B: Hymn To Everyone (Tony Ashton)]
                   Line-up: RW (gtr)/Tony Ashton (keyb, voc)/Kim Gardner (bass)/Roy Dyke
                                  (dr)/Brian Cole (steel gtr)/Rosetta Hightower, Madeline Bell and
                                  P.P.Arnold (bvoc)
                   Note: For more info, see 710200A.

701202A  2nd December: FACES. UK TV (BBC1) ‘Top Of The Pops’, London.
                    - Had Me A Real Good Time (RW/Rod Stewart/Ronnie Lane)
                    Note: Aired on the 3rd December.

701204A  4th December: London, Polytechnic
701205A  5th December: Sheffield, England, University, Lower Refectory
701206A  6th December: London, Black Prince Hotel

701207A  7th December: London, The Marquee
                    (Devotion/You’re My Girl/Flying/Too Much Woman-Street Fighting Man-Too Much
                      Woman/Maybe I’m Amazed/Gasoline Alley/Around The Plynth)
                    Note: Filmed by German WDR-TV and aired in Germany on the 15th January 1971.

701208A  8th December: UK radio (BBC) ‘Top Gear’, London. Host: John Peel.
                   Producer: John Walters. Recording of Christmas carols. Incl.
                   - God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (Trad.)
                   - Good King Wenceslas (Trad.)
                   - Silent Night (Trad.)
                   - O Come All Ye Faithful (Trad.)
                   Line-up: RW, Marc Bolan, John Peel, Robert Wyatt, Mike Ratledge, Rod
                                  Stewart, Kenney Jones, Sonja Kristina, Ian McLagan, Ronnie Lane,
                                  Ivor Cutler, Bridget St. John, Pete Buckland (voc)/David Bedford (p)
                   Note: Broadcast on the 26th December. Repeated on December 22, 1971 and
                             December 26, 1974.
                             Rod Stewart also did Away In A Manger during this session, but not backed
                             by the choir (which included all the other Faces)

701212A  12th December: London, Seven Sisters Club