Faces, 1969-75

Ronnie Wood, Ian McLagan & Kenney Jones


  • ISBN: 9781905662197
  • Collector edition: 1625 copies
Collector, Deluxe
Faces, 1969-75

Signed by: Kenney Jones, Ian McLagan and Ronnie Wood.

Contributors: Paul Weller, Slash, Mick Hucknall & Glen Matlock

Paper: Heavyweight 200gsm archival grade matt art paper

Binding: Quarter leather binding onto purple cloth covers with gold foil blocking and page edging.

Box: The book is housed in a slipcase featuring artwork extracted from the poster originally included with their second album from 1971, 'A Nod's As Good As A Wink...'.

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FACES 1969-75 The Official Limited Edition by Kenney Jones, Ian McLagan and Ronnie Wood.

The first book published by the band: featuring original text by Ronnie, Mac and Kenney along with over 200 photographs documenting the chaotic intensity of the Faces’ career: the incendiary live shows, the on-stage laughs and off-stage high-lives, the private jets, groupies, drink, drugs, clothes, haircuts and Holiday Inns.

Limited to 1975 copies worldwide, each copy is signed by Kenney Jones, Ian McLagan and Ronnie Wood.

Forewords by Paul Weller, Slash, Mick Hucknall
and Glen Matlock
Introduction by Brad Tolinski (Editor, Guitar World)
Afterword by Paul Westerberg

Faces 1969-75

‘One of Britain’s greatest contributions to rock’n’roll, the Faces’ brand of pub swagger had the right combination of grit, charm, mischief, soul, style and wicked sense of humour, to make them one of the most iconic bands of all time.’ from the Foreword by Slash

'Have just received The Faces book. Fantastic work as always. It’s such a joy to get the books from Genesis. Have just ordered SPEED OF LIFE. Looks fantastic as well!' O. Knudsen, Subscriber, Denmark

  • Page size: 250mm x 320mm
  • 272 pages
  • 200 images


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