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Wednesday, September 03, 2014

Color: Rod Stewart " pawing the floor like a lustful stallion"

at the 8/30/72 Rod Stewart and Faces gig at Oakland Coliseum, per Chronicle music critic Dennis Hunt (SFC 9/1/72, p. 48).

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  1. Well, you're the one who raised the subject of The Faces on a Grateful Dead blog.

    The '72 Faces, touring behind A Nod Is As Good As A Wink (To A Blind Horse) were one of the finest English rock bands ever, live and in the studio. As the song (from the next album) goes, I wish that I knew what I know now, when I was younger. Ooh La La.

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  2. That's funny, because Hunt is arguing that Rod Stewart and Faces is the best rock and roll band on the planet, or something.

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    1. You could make a good argument for that in '72 (I didn't see them until '73, and Ronnie Lane had left, and they were a step slow, if still great)

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