Author(s): Andrew Neill; Andy Neill
The definitive account of one of rock 'n' roll's most engagingly shambolic acts as well as an evocative portrait of the times in which they raised hell and recorded some timeless tracks, now updated with details of the sad death of keyboard player Ian McLagan.
'It's amazing. It's got a huge amount of information' Rod Stewart. 'Highly recommended.' The Beat. 'Overgrown adolescent ruffians riffing away through a fog of booze, bed-hopping and fisticuffs [are] well represented here by Neill, but the author also rightly praises the music that established The Faces as the quintessential touring rock 'n' roll band.' Four Stars. Record Collector. 'It's unthinkable that Rod Stewart's much anticipated reminiscences will plunge headlong into the nuanced depths of musical delight and moral depravity as Neill's tome does... rich in detail and behind the scenes yarns.' Four Stars. Mojo
Andy Neill has written extensively about popular music and has regularly contributed to Record Collector and Mojo.