The Autumn Stone (album)

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The Autumn Stone
Compilation album by Small Faces
Released November 1969
Recorded 1965-1968, London, England England
Genre Rock, rhythm and blues, psychedelic rock, beat
Length 65:59
Label Immediate
Small Faces chronology
Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake
(1968)Ogdens' Nut Gone Flake1968
The Autumn Stone
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]
Rolling Stone (favorable)[2]

The Autumn Stone was the posthumous retrospective double album released in the UK by Small Faces in 1969 on the Immediate label.

Album profile[edit]

The double album contains most of the Immediate and Decca original 7" single releases together with live recordings from a concert at Newcastle City Hall and unreleased material from their unfinished fourth LP 1862, including "Autumn Stone", an alternate version of "Afterglow Of Your Love", covers of two Tim Hardin songs ("If I Were A Carpenter" and "Red Balloon") and the instrumental "Wide Eyed Girl On The Wall". It was released by Andrew Loog Oldham soon after the band announced their break up in 1969. In Germany, a single LP with only the new material was released with the title In Memoriam.

Track listing[edit]

Record One[edit]

  1. "Here Come the Nice"
  2. "The Autumn Stone" +
  3. "Collibosher" +
  4. "All or Nothing" (live)
  5. "Red Balloon" +
  6. "Lazy Sunday"
  7. "Call It Something Nice" +
  8. "I Can't Make It"
  9. "Afterglow of Your Love" (alternate version)
  10. "Sha-La-La-La-Lee"
  11. "The Universal"

Record Two[edit]

  1. "Rollin' Over" (live)
  2. "If I Were A Carpenter" (live)
  3. "Every Little Bit Hurts" (live)
  4. "My Mind's Eye"
  5. "Tin Soldier" (live)
  6. "Just Passing"
  7. "Itchycoo Park"
  8. "Hey Girl"
  9. "Wide Eyed Girl On The Wall" +
  10. "Whatcha Gonna Do About It"
  11. "Wham Bam Thank You Mam" (Alternate Mix)

+ Material from their unfinished fourth LP 1862.

In Memoriam[edit]

Immediate had originally intended to release one album with only new material with five live tracks on side one and the five new studio tracks on side two. This version was released in Germany as In Memoriam.

Side one[edit]

  1. "Rollin' Over"
  2. "If I Were A Carpenter"
  3. "Every Little Bit Hurts"
  4. "All or Nothing"
  5. "Tin Soldier"

Side two[edit]

  1. "Collibosher" +
  2. "Call It Something Nice" +
  3. "Red Balloon" +
  4. "Wide Eyed Girl On The Wall" +
  5. "The Autumn Stone" +

In Memoriam has been issued on CD with the rest of the tracks from The Autumn Stone as bonus tracks.

+ Material from their unfinished fourth LP 1862.


Steve Marriott - vocals, guitar, harmonica
Ronnie Lane - vocals, guitar, bass guitar
Kenney Jones - drums
Ian McLagan - keyboards, guitar, bass guitar, vocals
Jimmy Winston - vocals, keyboards



  1. ^ Allmusic Rating link
  2. ^ Rolling Stone review


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