NEXT MONTH, MOJO’s How To Buy feature will focus on the recorded output of early ’70s barroom rascals The Faces and their members’ solo projects during the band’s half-decade existence. So that includes everything from the group’s big-selling A Nod Is As Good As A Wink… To A Blind Horse, to Rod Stewart solo LPs like Every Picture Tells A Story and Never A Dull Moment, to Ronnie Lane’s Slim Chance records and the little-heralded Ron Wood & Ronnie Lane soundtrack album Mahoney’s Last Stand. So let us know via Facebook and Twitter which you think are the best albums from this period – and why. The best suggestions will appear in the next issue of MOJO. Thank you very much!
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