CUT of The Day: Small Faces 60s TV Archive

Celebrating the Mod's Carnaby Street plaque being unveiled tomorrow

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[b]The Small Faces[/b] are to be honoured with a commemorative Green Plaque, with the unveiling on [b]Carnaby Street[/b] taking place tomorrow (September 4).

The Green Plaque is being issued by [b]Westminster City Council[/b] on the London street made famous in the 60s for being the hub of music and fashion.

Original Small Faces member [b]Kenny Jones[/b] will be attending the ceremony tomorrow.

In the meantime – enjoy this clip from October [b]1967[/b] – the Small Faces performing their number one hit ‘[b]All Or Nothing[/b]’ on the Morecambe & Wise TV show.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZM3TlXYAjK4


If you have any trouble viewing the clip above click here for YouTube.com.

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