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Their finest hour - the lads at their best,
This review is from: A Nod Is As Good As A Wink To A Blind Horse (Audio CD)
Any album which has such a quirky title is either going to be rubbish, relying on the title to shift units or simply brilliant. This offering from Rod and co is definitely in the latter category.
Mixing the "first one past the post is the winner" bravado of Miss Judy's Farm, Memphis and the anthem Stay with Me together with the Ronnie Lane classics such as Debris and You'r so Rude is a total winning formula.
To me though, the two greats were never really Faces classics - Love Lived Here, Ron Wood at his most laidback, almost soulful and That All You Need which concluded the album with Ron stratocasting furiously into the sunset.
They don't make them like this anymore.The only shame is the CD does not come with the dodgy poster which accompanied the vinyl.