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Small Faces was founded in 1965 by Steve Marriott, Ronnie Lane, Kenny Jones, and Jimmy Winston although  by 1966 Winston was replaced by Ian McLagan as the band's keyboardist......

Small Faces - founded in by Steve Marriott, Ronnie Lane, Kenney Jones, and Jimmy Winston - although by 1966 Winston was replaced by Ian McLagan as the band's keyboardist.

Ronnie Wood, Rod Stewart, Ian McLagan, Ronnie Lane, Kenney Jones from rock group The Faces 1971

Ronnie Wood, Rod Stewart, Ian McLagan, Ronnie Lane, Kenney Jones from rock group The Faces 1971

The Faces: Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, Ronnie Lane, Ian McLagan, Kenny Jones

The Faces: Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, Ronnie Lane, Ian McLagan, Kenny Jones. The perfect example of how to have too much fun in a band.

English rock group Faces at a reception at the Tramp nightclub in London for the release of their album 'Ooh La La', 5th April 1973. Clockwise, from bottom, left: keyboard player Ian McLagan, drummer Kenney Jones, guitarist Ronnie Wood, singer Rod Stewart and bassist Ronnie Lane (1946 - 1997).

English rock group Faces at a reception at the Tramp nightclub in London for the release of their album 'Ooh La La', 5th April 1973. Clockwise, from bottom, left: keyboard player Ian McLagan, drummer Kenney Jones, guitarist Ronnie Wood, singer Rod Stewart and bassist Ronnie Lane (1946 - 1997).

English rock group Faces at a reception at the Tramp nightclub in London for the release of their album 'Ooh La La', 5th April 1973. Left to right: keyboard player Ian McLagan, drummer Kenney Jones, guitarist Ronnie Wood, singer Rod Stewart and bassist Ronnie Lane (1946 - 1997).

English rock group Faces at a reception at the Tramp nightclub in London for the release of their album 'Ooh La La', 5th April 1973. Left to right: keyboard player Ian McLagan, drummer Kenney Jones, guitarist Ronnie Wood, singer Rod Stewart and bassist Ronnie Lane (1946 - 1997).

Small faces - a really interesting English pop band.

The Small faces - they were mod royalty, teeny bopper favs and kick-ass blue eyed soul musicians

English group Faces posed backstage at BBC TV's Top Of The Pops show in 1971. Left to right: Ronnie Lane (1946-1997), Ian McLagan, Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood and Kenney Jones.

English group Faces posed backstage at BBC TV's Top Of The Pops show in 1971. Left to right: Ronnie Lane (1946-1997), Ian McLagan, Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood and Kenney Jones.

English rock group Faces with a group of showgirls at a reception at the Tramp nightclub in London for the release of their album 'Ooh La La', 5th April 1973. The band are (clockwise from lower left) bassist Ronnie Lane (1946 - 1997), singer Rod Stewart, guitarist Ronnie Wood, drummer Kenney Jones and keyboard player Ian McLagan.

English rock group Faces with a group of showgirls at a reception at the Tramp nightclub in London for the release of their album 'Ooh La La', 5th April 1973. The band are (clockwise from lower left) bassist Ronnie Lane (1946 - 1997), singer Rod Stewart, guitarist Ronnie Wood, drummer Kenney Jones and keyboard player Ian McLagan.

At home with Paul McCartney at his 7 Cavendish Rd, London home in 1967 with Mick Jagger (purple shirt), Kenney Jones from Faces and John

At home with Paul McCartney at his 7 Cavendish Rd, St. John's Wood, London home in 1967 with Mick Jagger (purple shirt), Kenney Jones from Faces and John

English rock group Faces cutting a cake at a reception at the Tramp nightclub in London for the release of their album 'Ooh La La', 5th April 1973. Left to right: guitarist Ronnie Wood, keyboard player Ian McLagan, singer Rod Stewart, bassist Ronnie Lane (1946 - 1997) and drummer Kenney Jones.

English rock group Faces cutting a cake at a reception at the Tramp nightclub in London for the release of their album 'Ooh La La', 5th April 1973. Left to right: guitarist Ronnie Wood, keyboard player Ian McLagan, singer Rod Stewart, bassist Ronnie Lane (1946 - 1997) and drummer Kenney Jones.

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