The rendition is by Cabbage ‘N Mash, a mission that includes Melvins‘ Dale Crover and director Bob Hannam, who’ve collectively enlisted Blondie drummer Clem Burke, Intercourse Pistols bassist Glen Matlock and Melvins producer/engineer Toshi Kasai (on keyboards).
As Consequence experiences, Crover, who primarily performs drums with Melvins, is on guitar duties for the duvet. Hannam, who directed the documentary The Colossus of Future – A Melvins Story, takes lead vocals.
‘Tune Of A Baker’ featured on the Small Faces’ third album, ‘Ogdens’ Nut Gone Flake’, which was launched in 1968.
Crover stated: “Bob and I, being huge Small Faces followers, thought it will be enjoyable to pay tribute to the band. Someway we managed to get Clem Burke from Blondie and Glen Matlock from the Intercourse Pistols to affix us, in addition to Toshi Kasai. I’ve all the time beloved this observe and actually blissful we obtained to document with these guys.”
Hannam added: “After numerous conversations through the years about eager to document a few our favorite songs by the Small Faces, final yr we lastly known as up the dream rhythm part of our good mates Clem and Glen and headed to Toshi’s studio in Los Angeles to put them down. What an enormous private honour to salute one of many biggest and most underrated band of the ’60s with such proficient musicians.”
‘Tune Of A Baker’ is launched alongside Small Faces deep reduce ‘Donkey Rides, A Penny A Glass’ on August 21. It is available in limited-edition 10-inch vinyl from Amphetamine Reptile Information at this location and digitally by way of Cabbage ‘N Mash’s Bandcamp page.
The band recorded 4 studio albums of their time, most not too long ago ‘Ooh La La’ in 1973.
Final yr there have been reports that the group were recording new music, having disbanded greater than 4 a long time in the past.