Faces

Cover Wars: The Wicked Messenger Edition

[Originally Published: May 4, 2010] The Wicked Messenger is a track from Bob Dylan's 1967 release John Wesley Harding. The bassline defines the music and the words are steeped in bible verse. Let's ...

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Wednesday Intermezzo: Rod-Less Faces

The Faces reunited on Monday night at the iconic Royal Albert Hall in London for a one-time charity show with Simply Red front man Mick Huchnall, Kiki Dee and Mel C replacing Rod Stewart – ...

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Hors d’Oeuvres: Not Such a Pretty Faces

We’ve been screaming for a reunion of The Faces ever since we started this blog, but you can’t reunite that band without Rod Stewart which is exactly what the other members of the band have ...

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The Faces Reunion: Rod Said No

Despite numerous reports that The Faces have recorded an album and are planning to tour with Flea on bass, Rod Stewart’s rep told Rolling Stone that there are no plans for the legendary group to ...

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Briefly: The Faces Record New Album

London’s Mirror revealed that Rod Stewart and Ron Wood spent Christmas and New Year touring Costa Rica, Bermuda and Miami to write the new Faces album. The article goes on to mention that the first ...

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Wednesday Intermezzo: Marco’s New Album

Old HT favorite Marco Benevento recently announced details about his new studio album, Me Not Me. They keyboard wizard covers My Morning Jacket, Leonard Cohen, Beck and Deerhoof among others for his latest release. Me ...

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AfterNews: The Faces / Bob Woodruff

After a few years of close calls it appears that we are mere days away from a reunion of legendary rockers The Faces. Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood, Ian McLagan, Kenney Jones and Stewart’s touring bassist ...

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Cover Wars: Jealous Guy Edition

Has it really only been a week? There were no real surprises last Tuesday, and by this I mean that Pearl Jam has emerged victorious from last week's edition where we looked at eight

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Pullin’ ‘Tubes: My Tail Between My Legs

Sometimes you wonder why some bands don’t get the nostalgic reacharound that others so readily do. Can’t get enough of The Stones, gotta have more of The Who…The Beatles could take a dump in a ...

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Monday’s Hors d’Oeuvres & Weekend Setlists

Neil Young on Friday continued a tradition he started in 1969, when he played material from his new album for about 100 people at his record label in Burbank. Young has recorded 10 ...

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Monday’s Hors d’Oeuvres & Weekend Setlists

Apple is getting in on the social music scene started by Last.fm, MOG and iLike with the launch of MyiTunes. The new service is a series of three embeddable widgets that can help ...

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Pullin’ ‘Tubes: Thursday Face Lift

I’m borderline obsessed with the short-lived Faces. Between the ridiculous musicianship of each band member and Rod Stewart’s appearance and stage presence, how are these guys continually overlooked? Footage from what’s billed as the Face’s Final ...

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Monday’s Hors D’Oeuvres and Weekend Setlists

Wilco's sixth album, Sky Blue Sky, finally hits stores tomorrow. The band played a warmup gig at Ace's alma mater Northwestern University on Friday, as they prepare to embark on a long world ...

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Pullin’ ‘Tubes: Stage Presence Edition

My roommate unearthed the ultimate Talking Heads stash recently — almost and entire show from Rome in 1980, with future King Crimson guitarist Adrian Belew sitting in with the band. It’s delicious, and you oughta ...

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Pullin’ ‘Tubes: Somebody Who Loves Me Edition

I wanna dance with somebody. No, I’d really rather feel the heat with somebody. David Byrne is making headlines down at SXSW. Well, to put it a bit more accurately, some editors are making pun-fueled headlines ...

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