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Music Books [Issue #22]
: Paul Weller And John Hellier
By Dean Truitt


As one mod legend salutes another, The Jam’s and The Style Council’s Paul Weller culls through his favorite Small Faces’ songs and presents them for guitar and vocal. The work is quite unique in that it serves many purposes.  

Giving an excellent overview of the band’s oft-overlooked career in words and photos. The “Modfather” spares no praise in extolling the band’s clever chord changes, melodies, style, and lyrical prowess. For anyone interested in delving into the group’s material, the book offers an easy, straightforward opportunity to learn many of its best songs: “Itchycoo Park,” “All or Nothing,” and “I’ve Got Mine.” Weller’s song 15 selections for inclusion make a case for the late Steve Marriott and Ronnie Lane as relatively unsung master songwriters of the era. From a fan’s perspective, co-author John Hellier gives detailed history of the band, including a rare interview with original keyboardist Jimmy Winston, who left the band after the first two singles. He also speaks of the cutting edge style that transformed the group into overnight icons in the youth movement. The photos portray a young band at the peak of their powers during the halcyon days of psychedelic London.


Helter Skelter

Paul Weller And John Hellier


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