Ronnie Lane's Slim Chance was the second album done by Ronnie Lane, one of the founders of Small Faces and Faces, after he left Faces to live on a farm in Wales. In homage to his perceived chances of commercial success, he named his band Slim Chance. Six of the thirteen songs on this album were written by Lane, the rest of Slim Chance, and Kate Lambert, his wife; the remainder were cover versions. Haunting, profound, and witty, the album did not exceed his commercial expectations.
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