Ian McLagan - Best of British (Music CD)

Release Date: 11 July 2011
Artist: Ian McLagan
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Rock & roll keyboard player Ian McLagan is best known as a member of the Small Faces and the Faces between 1965 and 1975, after which he worked as a backup musician to high-profile performers, including the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, and Bruce Springsteen. His third solo album, which is his first in 20 years, sounds like you'd expect it to sound given his resum�. McLagan's singing voice is similar to those of mates like Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, and Ronnie Lane, a loose, lightly accented tenor with a rusty edge, and it is well-suited to his rollicking tunes, most of them rockers that put a little more emphasis on the piano or organ than is typical, but still sound like the sort of thing that you could find on records by his friends. Just as he is an adequate singer, McLagan is also an adequate songwriter, displaying the occasional flair, especially on the title track, an expatriate's warm-hearted tribute to his homeland, and "She Stole It!," a lament about a woman who left and took the singer's much-prized record collection with her. The Bump Band, augmented on occasion by such guests as Billy Bragg and Ron Wood, does a good job of playing the songs in the appropriate gutbucket manner. Best of British is an enjoyable album that sounds like what it is -- a busman's holiday by a talented sideman. ~ William Ruhlmann
Release Date: 11 July 2011
Artist: Ian McLagan

1. Best of British
2. I Only Wanna Be With You
3. She Stole It!
4. Warm Rain
5. Hope Street
6. Hello Old Friend
7. Big Love
8. Don't Let Him Out Your Sight
9. Suzie Gotta Sweet Face
10. Barking Dogs
11. I Will Follow
12. This Time


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Catalogue No: BURN260