A week or so ago, I posted an album of the Faces playing a concert for the BBC, which was emceed by famous BBC DJ John Peel. This is exactly like that, because the Faces returned a year later and did another concert also hosted by Peel. Naturally, their set list changed during that time. Also, this show was longer, about an hour (technically, 55 minutes) compared to the half hour of the previous show.
However, be warned that the sound quality is variable. You'd think the sound would be the same all the way through since it comes from a single performance, but for whatever reason, some parts sound better than others. I tried to use the best sources possible. In this case, two, and only two of the songs played at the show are officially released: "Cut Across Shorty" and "Love in Vain." Both of those come from the Faces box set "Five Guys Walk into a Bar..." Naturally, those two songs sound very good. The rest comes from a bootleg. But in my opinion, some of those songs sound better than others.
In conclusion, the sound quality is good, but not great. If you're a stickler for only great sound quality, I plan to soon follow this with another concert the Faces did later that year, with largely the same set list, that sounds better all the way through. But if you're a big Faces fan, you'll probably want both this one and that one.
01 talk (Faces)
02 You're My Girl [I Don't Want to Discuss It] (Faces)
03 talk (Faces)
04 Cut Across Shorty (Faces)
05 talk (Faces)
06 Love in Vain (Faces)
07 talk (Faces)
08 Bad 'N' Ruin (Faces)
09 It's All Over Now (Faces)
10 talk (Faces)
11 Had Me a Real Good Time (Faces)
12 talk (Faces)
13 [I Know] I'm Losing You (Faces)
As with the cover to the previous Faces album in this series, I had a very hard time finding a good color photo of the band from the right year. I did find a nice color photo of them which I used here, but I don't know what year it's from exactly. However, it does include Ronnie Lane in it, and since he left the band in mid-1973, it has to be from before that point.