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Ronnie Lane Memorial Concert 8th April 2004 [DVD] [NTSC]
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At The Royal Albert Hall, London on 8th April 2004 after some 15 months of planning with Paul Weller, Ronnie Wood, Pete Townshend, Steve Ellis, Midge Ure, Ocean Colour Scene amongst them artists assembled to perform to a sell-out venue and to pay tribute to a man who co-wrote many Mod anthems such as "Itchycoo Park, All Or Nothing, Here Comes The Nice, My Mind's Eye" to name just a few. Ronnie Lane was the creative heart of two of Rock n Rolls quintessentially English groups, firstly during the 60's with The Small Faces then during the 70s with The Faces. After the split of the Faces he then formed Slim Chance and toured the UK in a giant circus tent as well as working in the studio with Eric Clapton, Pete Townshend And Ronnie Wood. 5,500 fans looked on in awe at The RAH as the superb evening's entertainment ended with "All Or Nothing" featuring a surprise appearance by Chris Farlowe on lead vocals.
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I'm a big fan of Small Faces so this was a must - worth the price of admission for the Paul Weller & Pete Townsend sets alonePublished 8 months ago by John Fellows
Unfortunately the DVD was faulty, tried to return it but needed to print a label to do so. As I didn't have access to a printer I just didn't bother.Published 17 months ago by K M Cook