8 thoughts on “ Whatcha Gonna Do About It (BBC Session Recording) ”

  1. A solid compilation of BBC performances. It's heavier on their early mod years than their later psychedelic ones, which are essentially only represented by three songs from a broadcast (of which only one, "Lazy Sunday," is an original). Still, this has energetic (and, by the standards of BBC archive tapes from the s, good-sounding) versions of the early singles "Whatcha Gonna Do 8/
  2. Lyrics of WHAT'CHA GONNA DO ABOUT IT [BBC "SATURDAY CLUB" SESSION RECORDING] by The Small Faces: I want you to know that I love you baby, Want you to know.
  3. BBC Sessions covers most of the early singles including Whatcha Gonna Do About It and Sha-La-La-La-Lee before moving on to Marriott/Lane material such as Hey Girl and the number one hit All or Nothing. The b-side of the latter, Understanding, is one of the highlights of this CD. The first three tracks feature the group's original organ player Jimmy Winston before he was replaced by Ian McLagan.
  4. "Whatcha Gonna Do About It," from a broadcast, is a particularly incendiary performance, about the equal of the hit single version. As for songs that are otherwise unavailable on Small Faces releases, there are just a couple, and they're good ones.
  5. Oct 28,  · "Whatcha Gonna Do About It," from a broadcast, is a particularly incendiary performance, about the equal of the hit single version. As for songs that are otherwise unavailable on Small Faces releases, there are just a couple, and they're good ones.
  6. He also sang backing vocals on the recording of the Mod Aid 20 charity record "Whatcha Gonna Do About It", appearing on the recording with Ron Wood, PP .
  7. The BBC Sessions (also known as BBC Sessions: ) is a live album by the British rock group Small Faces, released on 15 November on Strange Fruit Records. It is a collection of recordings the group made for the BBC. While mostly being made up of tracks recorded for Saturday Club in , it also features three songs recorded for Top Gear in
  8. It took some time coming but the Small Faces BBC radio sessions are now available on CD. All the songs with one exception are already available in some form or other but these are.

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