One of the finest pieces of music the Small Faces ever created, ‘Afterglow Of Your Love’ was recorded during sessions for the band’s no.1 UK album, ‘Ogdens’ Nut Gone Flake’ at the legendary Olympic Studios in March 1968. Originally released worldwide during March 1969 as the “Last Small Faces single...” it was also included on their career-spanning Immediate double album ‘The Autumn Stone’ which has been newly remastered and expanded for release in September 2015.
– Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar, Vocals
– Bass Guitar, Vocals
– Drums, Percussion
– Piano, Hammond Organ, Mellotron, Guitar, Vocals
‘Afterglow Of Your Love’ continues Charly’s successful run of Small Faces Immediate Records singles celebrating Record Store Day which began in 2012 with their induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame.
The a-side is a previously unreleased version which features Mac’s keyboards more predominantly plus a piano section that was erased during the mix for the original single. Both songs have been mastered to vinyl from the original Immediate Records tapes under the supervision of surviving Small Faces member Kenney Jones.
Both songs are coupled together for the first time and released for Record Store Day 2015 in memory of Ian“Mac” McLagan (1945 – 2014).