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* [[Music/SimplyRed Mick Hucknall]] - lead vocals (2009–12)

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* [[Music/SimplyRed Mick Hucknall]] Hucknall - lead vocals (2009–12)


* Mick Hucknall - lead vocals (2009–12)

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* [[Music/SimplyRed Mick Hucknall Hucknall]] - lead vocals (2009–12)


** "I Wish It Would Rain" by The Temptations

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** "I Wish It Would Rain" by The TemptationsMusic/TheTemptations



** "Cut Across Shorty" by Eddie Cochran
** "If Loving You Is Wrong (I Don't Want To Be Right)" by Luther Ingram

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** "Cut Across Shorty" by Eddie Cochran
Music/EddieCochran
** "If Loving You Is Wrong (I Don't Want To to Be Right)" by Luther Ingram


* BoxedSet: ''Five Guys Walk Into a Bar...'' (2004), sequenced by [=McLagen=] as if it were a live set list. And ''1970-1975: You Can Make Me Dance, Sing or Anything...'' (2015), which contains all of their studio albums in full along with bonus tracks and an additional disc of singles and other stray cuts.

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* BoxedSet: ''Five Guys Walk Into a Bar...'' (2004), sequenced by [=McLagen=] [=McLagan=] as if though it were a live set list. And ''1970-1975: You Can Make Me Dance, Sing or Anything...'' (2015), which contains all of their studio albums in full along with bonus tracks and an additional disc of singles and other stray cuts.


* BoxedSet: ''Five Guys Walk Into a Bar...'', released in 2004 and sequenced by [=McLagen=] as if it were a live set list.

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* BoxedSet: ''Five Guys Walk Into a Bar...'', released in 2004 and '' (2004), sequenced by [=McLagen=] as if it were a live set list.list. And ''1970-1975: You Can Make Me Dance, Sing or Anything...'' (2015), which contains all of their studio albums in full along with bonus tracks and an additional disc of singles and other stray cuts.


->''Stay with me,\\

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->''Stay ->''"Stay with me,\\



For tonight you better stay with me''
-->--"Stay With Me"

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For tonight you better stay with me''
me"''
-->--"Stay With with Me"


[[caption-width-right:350:Faces in 1970. From left to right: Music/RodStewart, [[Music/TheWho Kenney Jones]], [[Music/TheRollingStones Ronnie Wood]], [[Music/TheSmallFaces Ian McLagan]], MickeyMouse and [[Music/TheSmallFaces Ronnie Lane]].]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Faces in 1970. From left to right: Music/RodStewart, [[Music/TheWho Kenney Jones]], [[Music/TheRollingStones Ronnie Wood]], [[Music/TheSmallFaces Ian McLagan]], MickeyMouse WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse and [[Music/TheSmallFaces Ronnie Lane]].]]



* Mick Hucknall - lead vocals (2009-2012)
* '''''[[Music/TheWho Kenney Jones]]''''' - drums, percussion (1969-1975, 1986, 1993, 2009-Present)
* '''[[Music/TheSmallFaces Ronnie Lane]]''' - bass, guitar, backing and lead vocals, percussion (1969-1973, 1986, died 1997)
* [[Music/SexPistols Glen Matlock]] - bass (2009-2011)
* '''[[Music/TheSmallFaces Ian McLagan]]''' - piano, organ, keyboard, harmonium, vocals (1969-1975, 1986, 1993, 2009-2014, died 2014)
* '''''[[Music/RodStewart Rod Stewart]]''''' - lead vocals, banjo, guitar (1969-1975, 1986, 1993, 2015-Present)
* '''''[[Music/TheRollingStones Ronnie Wood]]''''' - guitar, vocals, harmonica, bass (1969-1976, 1986, 1993, 2009-Present)
* [[Music/FreeBand Tetsu Yamauchi]] - bass (1973-1975)

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* Mick Hucknall - lead vocals (2009-2012)
(2009–12)
* '''''[[Music/TheWho Kenney Jones]]''''' - drums, percussion (1969-1975, (1969–75, 1986, 1993, 2009-Present)
2009–present)
* '''[[Music/TheSmallFaces Ronnie Lane]]''' - bass, guitar, backing and lead vocals, percussion (1969-1973, (1969–73, 1986, died 1997)
* [[Music/SexPistols Glen Matlock]] - bass (2009-2011)
(2009–11)
* '''[[Music/TheSmallFaces Ian McLagan]]''' - piano, organ, keyboard, harmonium, vocals (1969-1975, (1969–75, 1986, 1993, 2009-2014, 2009–14, died 2014)
* '''''[[Music/RodStewart Rod Stewart]]''''' - lead vocals, banjo, guitar (1969-1975, (1969–75, 1986, 1993, 2015-Present)
2015–present)
* '''''[[Music/TheRollingStones Ronnie Wood]]''''' - guitar, vocals, harmonica, bass (1969-1976, (1969–76, 1986, 1993, 2009-Present)
2009–present)
* [[Music/FreeBand Tetsu Yamauchi]] - bass (1973-1975)
(1973–75)



* CoverVersion: A staple of their live sets, many cover songs appear on the ''Five Guys Walk Into A Bar...'' BoxedSet.

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* CoverVersion: A staple of their live sets, many cover songs appear on the ''Five Guys Walk Into A a Bar...'' BoxedSet.



** "The Stealer" by Music/{{Free}}

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** "The Stealer" by Music/{{Free}}Music/FreeBand





* [[Music/{{Free}} Tetsu Yamauchi]] - bass (1973-1975)

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* [[Music/{{Free}} [[Music/FreeBand Tetsu Yamauchi]] - bass (1973-1975)


-->"Stay With Me"

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-->"Stay -->--"Stay With Me"


For tonight you better stay with me.''

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For tonight you better stay with me.''me''



* 1971 - ''A Nod Is As Good As A Wink... To A Blind Horse''

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* 1971 - ''A Nod Is As Good As A a Wink... To A to a Blind Horse''



* 1974 - ''Coast To Coast: Overture And Beginners''

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* 1974 - ''Coast To to Coast: Overture And and Beginners''



* BoxedSet: ''Five Guys Walk Into A Bar...'', released in 2004 and sequenced by [=McLagen=] as if it were a live set list.

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* BoxedSet: ''Five Guys Walk Into A a Bar...'', released in 2004 and sequenced by [=McLagen=] as if it were a live set list.



** "You're My Girl (I Don't Want To Discuss It)" by Music/LittleRichard

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** "You're My Girl (I Don't Want To to Discuss It)" by Music/LittleRichard



** "Hi-Heel Sneakers" by Tommy Tucker and "Everybody Needs Somebody To Love" by Solomon Burke, as a medley

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** "Hi-Heel Sneakers" by Tommy Tucker and "Everybody Needs Somebody To to Love" by Solomon Burke, as a medley



** "Love In Vain" by Music/RobertJohnson

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** "Love In in Vain" by Music/RobertJohnson



* GreatestHitsAlbum: ''The Best Of Faces: Good Boys... When They're Asleep''.

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* GreatestHitsAlbum: ''The Best Of of Faces: Good Boys... When They're Asleep''.



* {{Instrumentals}}: "Pineapple And The Monkey", "Looking Out The Window", "Jerusalem", "Fly In The Ointment".
* LiveAlbum: 1974's ''Coast To Coast: Overture And Beginners'', which features a mixture of Faces and Rod Stewart solo material along with some cover songs. Surprisingly, given their live reputation, the album was a critical and commercial bomb -- [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff except in Japan]]. The 2004 box carries over none of the tracks and recreates most of the songs from other recordings, so it seems [=McLagan=] wasn't a fan either.
* LongTitle: "You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything (Even Take The Dog For A Walk, Mend A Fuse, Fold Away The Ironing Board, Or Any Other Domestic Shortcomings)".

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* {{Instrumentals}}: "Pineapple And The and the Monkey", "Looking Out The the Window", "Jerusalem", "Fly In The in the Ointment".
* LiveAlbum: 1974's ''Coast To to Coast: Overture And and Beginners'', which features a mixture of Faces and Rod Stewart solo material along with some cover songs. Surprisingly, given their live reputation, the album was a critical and commercial bomb -- [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff except in Japan]]. The 2004 box carries over none of the tracks and recreates most of the songs from other recordings, so it seems [=McLagan=] wasn't a fan either.
* LongTitle: "You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or or Anything (Even Take The the Dog For A for a Walk, Mend A a Fuse, Fold Away The the Ironing Board, Or Any Other Domestic Shortcomings)".


[[caption-width-right:350:Faces in 1970, From left to right: Music/RodStewart, [[Music/TheWho Kenney Jones]], [[Music/TheRollingStones Ronnie Wood]], [[Music/TheSmallFaces Ian McLagan]], MickeyMouse and [[Music/TheSmallFaces Ronnie Lane]].]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Faces in 1970, 1970. From left to right: Music/RodStewart, [[Music/TheWho Kenney Jones]], [[Music/TheRollingStones Ronnie Wood]], [[Music/TheSmallFaces Ian McLagan]], MickeyMouse and [[Music/TheSmallFaces Ronnie Lane]].]]


[[caption-width-right:350:The Faces in 1970, From left to right: Music/RodStewart, [[Music/TheWho Kenney Jones]], [[Music/TheRollingStones Ronnie Wood]], [[Music/TheSmallFaces Ian McLagan]], MickeyMouse and [[Music/TheSmallFaces Ronnie Lane]].]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:The Faces [[caption-width-right:350:Faces in 1970, From left to right: Music/RodStewart, [[Music/TheWho Kenney Jones]], [[Music/TheRollingStones Ronnie Wood]], [[Music/TheSmallFaces Ian McLagan]], MickeyMouse and [[Music/TheSmallFaces Ronnie Lane]].]]]]


* TheTheTitleConfusion: Everyone assumes that it's "The Faces", but officially there's no "the".

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* TheTheTitleConfusion: Everyone assumes that it's "The Faces", but officially there's no "the".
"the". This is probably worsened by the fact that they are the successor group to Music/TheSmallFaces, who ''did'' use the definite article.


Faces are an English RockAndRoll group which includes members from The Jeff Beck Group and Music/TheSmallFaces. Their music is often raucous and raw-sounding, and they quickly gained a reputation as rock and roll wild men. They recorded four very popular albums and released a few hit singles before splitting up in 1975, amidst accusations that Rod Stewart was keeping all of the best new material for his own solo career. Ronnie Wood later joined Music/TheRollingStones, while Kenney Jones teamed up with Music/TheWho after the death of Keith Moon.

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Faces are an English RockAndRoll group which includes members from The Jeff Beck Music/JeffBeck Group and Music/TheSmallFaces. Their music is often raucous and raw-sounding, and they quickly gained a reputation as rock and roll wild men. They recorded four very popular albums and released a few hit singles before splitting up in 1975, amidst accusations that Rod Stewart was keeping all of the best new material for his own solo career. Ronnie Wood later joined Music/TheRollingStones, while Kenney Jones teamed up with Music/TheWho after the death of Keith Moon.

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