Ian Mc Lagan has been the keyboardist extraordinaire behind three of the strongest voices in Rock Music - first with Stevie Marriott in the Small Faces, then with Rod Stewart in the Faces, and on and off with Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones (four if you count his stint with his friend Bonnie Raitt). And I might add, he's a pretty good vocalist in his own right! In this candid - at times hilarious, at times poignant autobiography Mc Lagan, or Mac, writes of his life both on and off the road. The early days with the Small Faces and the brilliant yet insecure Marriott and the down-to earth Ronnie Lane; the non-stop party atmosphere that characterized the Rod Stewart Faces - until Rod began using these talented musicians as simply a backing band, and of course life with Ron Wood, Kenney Jones, and the Stones. Mac writes movingly of the deaths of Marriott and of Lane, both gone too early. He discloses that Marriott suffered an apparent drug-related heart attack at the time of the abortive Small Faces reunion in '77-78. Besides his bandmates, a recurring theme is his love of family and wife Kim, the ex-wife of the late Keith Moon, and the at times funny yet harrowing shadow dancing friendship with the Who drummer. Throughout it all Mac remains the extremely modest, non-egomaniac man that he is - only that he is definitely on anyone's top ten Rock and Roll Keyboard players' list. "All The Rage" is simply put a compelling, great read of a time so dear to the "Baby Boomer" generation. As Mac would say - "Have a Look, Have a Laugh, Have a Listen!" Cheers, mate.