FACES TOUR (...THE TURNING POINT)- 1971




Rod

Mike Gill (Faces PR-man):

"The Faces had this incredible male-bonding thing, because they were blokes. Getting pissed. Pulling birds. They were your mates. Or they appeared to be."

"With Maggie May it went insane. Rod became an overnight celebrity".

(Mojo 1995)

The set contains:

  • Devotion
  • I Don't Want To Discuss It
  • Flying
  • Wicked Messenger
  • Country Comfort
  • I Want To Be Loved
  • Cut Across Shorty
  • Plynth
  • Honky Tonk Woman
  • Gasoline Alley
  • It's All Over Now
  • Love In Vain
  • I Feel So Good
  • Had Me A Real Good Time
  • Blues Deluxe
  • Shake Shudder Shiver
  • The Evil
  • Nobody Knows
  • Pineapple & The Monkey
  • Maybe I'm Amazed

Later to be added:

  • Maggie May
  • Stay With Me
  • (I Know) I'm Losing You
  • Too Bad

Tourbook

Ticket

Rod

The Face's second album:
LONG PLAYER

LONG PLAYER
March 1971

May 1971
01 London, LSE, UK
06 Watford, UK
07 Brighton, UK
08 Leicester, UK
14 Northampton, UK
15 London, The Crystal Palace Bowl, UK
16 Croydon, UK
18 Birmingham, UK
20 Cheltenham, UK
21 Loughborough, UK
22 Liverpool, UK
23 Hull, UK
26 Bournemouth, UK
30 Croydon, UK

July 1971
02 Aylesbury, UK
03 Kingston, UK
09 Philadelphia, PA, USA
10 Cleveland, OH, USA
11 Minneapolis, MN, USA
14 Milwaukee, WI, USA
16 Pittsburgh, PA, USA
17 Dayton, OH, USA
18 Toledo, OH, USA
20 Chicago, IL, USA
21 Chicago, IL, USA
23 Miami, FL, USA
24 Orlando, FL, USA
25 New Orleans, LA, USA
26 San Antonio, TX, USA
28 Houston, TX, USA
29 Wichita, KA, USA
30 Long Beach, CA, USA
31 Salt Lake City, UT, USA

The Faces' best album
A NOD IS AS GOOD AS A WINK
....TO A BLIND HORSE
A NOD
December 1971

December 1971
17 Chicago, IL, USA

 

January 1971
20 Newcastle, UK
22 Nottingham, UK
23 Bradford, UK
24 Croydon, UK
27 Birmingham, UK
29 Exeter, UK
30 London, Westfield College, UK
31 Bournemouth, UK

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February 1971
01 London, The Marquee, UK
05 Jersey City, NJ, USA
09 Boston, MA, USA

March 1971
10 Inglewood, CA, USA
30 London, The Roundhouse, UK

April 1971
11 Purley, UK
24 Nottingham, UK
29 London, The Roundhouse, UK
30 Lancaster, UK

Rod Stewart's first No. 1 album
both sides the atlantic:
EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY

EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY
July 1971

August 1971
(Maggie May is released on August 6th)
21 Bilsen, Belgium
27 Newcastle, UK
29 Weeley, UK

September 1971
05 London, QE Hall, UK
18 London, The Oval, UK

October 1971
(Maggie May is No. 1 in the UK and the US)
08 Bournemouth, UK
22 Birmingham, UK
25 Manchester, UK

November 1971
10 Sunderland, UK
13 Bath, UK
23 St. Louis, MO, USA
26 New York, Madison Square Garden, NY, USA

Rod

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