Faces - Ooh La La download album
- Album: Ooh La La
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- Released: 1973
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Ooh La La is the fourth and final studio album by the English rock band Faces, released in March 1973. It reached Number One in the UK album chart in the week of April 28th 1973. On 28 August 2015, the album was reissued in remastered form on vinyl, and remastered and expanded on CD as part of the box set (along with the rest of the Faces catalogue of studio recordings) 1970-1975: You can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything.
Faces released their career-closing 'Ooh La La' in April 1973. Released in April 1973, Ooh La La was the fourth and final studio LP by the Faces. The success of Rod Stewart's upstart solo career ultimately meant the Faces' raucous party didn't last much longer. Throughout the recording sessions for Ooh La La, Stewart was often out of the picture due to the demands of his status as a new hitmaker in his own right. The huge success of hits like "Maggie May" and "You Wear It Well" were proving a hard act for the Faces to keep up with. The Faces scored their only . hit over a year prior with "Stay With Me," but.
Faces recorded two further singles, but while they toured extensively over the next two years they never again recorded a full album. The group eventually ground to a halt in late 1975 as Stewart seemed to lose interest in them entirely while guitarist Ronnie Wood moonlighted in The Rolling Stones prior to his official enlistment as Mick Taylor's replacement. The cover of the Ooh La La album is designed around a stylised photograph of "Gastone", a stage character of 1920s Italian comedian Ettore Petrolini . The title track "Ooh La La" is featured at the end of Wes Anderson's film Rushmore (1998), and comedy film Without a Paddle (2004). The song "Glad and Sorry" is featured in the film Blow (2001).
But the heart of this album really belongs to Ronnie Lane, who dominates the second side of the album, starting with the Stewart collaboration "If I'm on the Late Side" and running through the sweet, soft "Glad and Sorry" to "Just Another Honky" and, finally, to the raucous yet bittersweet "Ooh La La," as great a song as they ever recorded and.
Lane left the group after Ooh La La was released and The Faces disbanded after their 1974 tour.
Faces (3) – Ooh La La. Label: Warner Bros. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Terre Haute Pressing. Columbia, Terre Haute pressing denoted by "T1" etch in runouts. Recorded at Olympic Studios. Album design by Jim Ladwig, AGI. Made in . Records Inc. ℗ 1973 Warner Bros. ASCAP) On labels: All selections published by WB Music Corp. Pressing Plant Variation to Faces (3) - Ooh La La: Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Terre Haute. Matrix, Runout (Side A Label): S40,314.
Ooh La La Studio album by Faces Released April 1973 Recorded September 1972 January 1973. As a result, according to Ian McLagan, Ooh La La was "Ronnie (Lane)'s album", Stewart distracted enough to have missed the first fortnight's worth of sessions (Five Guys, p. 30). The album's recording would be plagued by Stewart's absence. Nonetheless, producer Glyn Johns held the group together, helping to placate tensions as he had with the Beatles during their Get Back sessions and helping the group to record a strong album in the style of its predecessor as opposed to the group's first two releases, which were self-produced and rather lengthy.