SDEtv / Small Faces: Ogdens’ Nut Gone Flake 50th anniversary unboxing video

SDE takes a look a Charly Records’ recent 50th anniversary edition of the Small Faces Ogdens’ Nut Gone Flake, which is available as a three-LP set or a 3CD+DVD package.Watch the unboxing video…

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Ogden's Nut Gone Flake - 3CD+DVD


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Ogden's Nut Gone Flake - 3LP coloured vinyl box


LP 1 or CD 1 (Mono)

A1. Ogdens’ Nut Gone Flake
A2. Afterglow
A3. Long Agos And Worlds Apart
A4. Rene
A5. Song Of A Baker
A6. Lazy Sunday

B1. Happiness Stan
B2. Rollin’ Over
B3. The Hungry Intruder
B4. The Journey
B5. Mad John
B6. Happydaystoytown

LP 2 or CD 2 (Stereo)

C1. Ogdens’ Nut Gone Flake
C2. Afterglow
C3. Long Agos And Worlds Apart
C4. Rene
C5. Song Of A Baker
C6. Lazy Sunday

D1. Happiness Stan
D2. Rollin’ Over
D3. The Hungry Intruder
D4. The Journey
D5. Mad John
D6. Happydaystoytown

LP 3

E1. Ogdens’ Nut Gone Flake (Early Session Version – Mono)
E2. Afterglow (Alt USA Mix)
E3. Long Agos And Worlds Apart (Alt USA Mix – Stereo)
E4. Rene, The Dockers’ Delight (Early Session Mix)
E5. Song Of A Baker (Alt USA Mix – Stereo)
E6. Lazy Sunday (Alt USA Mix – Stereo)
E7. Every Little Bit Hurts (Early Session Mix – Mono)

F1. Happiness Stan (Backing Track – Mono)
F2. Bun In The Oven (Early Session Mix)
F3. The Fly (Take 4 – Instrumental Version – Stereo)
F4. Mad John (Take 7 – Backing Track – Mono)
F6. Happydaystoytown (Alt USA Mix – Stereo)
F7. Kamikhazi (take 7 – backing track – mono)
F8. Ogdens’ Nut Gone Flake (Alt Take – Phased Mix – Stereo)

CD 3 (different from LP)

01.  Ogdens‘ Nut Gone Flake (early session version) (mono)
02.  Afterglow (Alternate USA Mix) (stereo)
03.  Long Agos And Worlds Apart (Alternate USA Mix) (stereo)
04.  Rene, The Dockers’ Delight (Early Session Mix) ((stereo)
05.  Song Of A Baker (Alternate USA Mix) (stereo)
06.  Lazy Sunday (Alternate USA Mix) (stereo)
07.  Happiness Stan (Backing Track) (mono)
08.  Bun In The Oven (Early Session Mix) (mono))
09.  The Fly (Take 4 – Instrumental Version) (stereo)
10.  The Journey (Single Version) (mono)
11.  Mad John (Take 7 – Early Session Version) (stereo)
12.  Mad John (Single Version) (mono)
13.  HappyDaysToyTown (Alternate USA Mix) (stereo)
14.  Kamikhazi (Take 7 – Backing Track) (mono)
15.  Every Little Bit Hurts (Early Session Mix) (mono)
16.  (If You Think You’re) Groovy (backing track) (mono)
17.  Afterglow Of Your Love (Alternate Single Mix) (mono)
18.  Ogdens‘ Nut Gone Flake (Alternate Take – Phased Mix) (stereo)


BBC Late Line-Up Presents Colour Me Pop: Small Faces (original transmission date 21 June 1968)

Presented by Michael Dean: Small Faces with Stanley Unwin

01.  Song Of A Baker
02.  Lazy Sunday (Immediate Records original promo, filmed by Peter Whitehead)
03.  Happiness Stan
04.  Rollin’ Over
05.  The Fly
06.  The Journey
07.  Mad John
08.  HappyDaysToyTown


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Alan B

Just pre ordered the new Dido album with signed print from her official store which is run by Townsend Records. They run quite a lot of artists stores these days and their service is usually very good. Only gripe I have is that their postage charges are excessive. They have charged £7 for an LP, CD and signed print. I priced an LP on its own and they charge £5 which again is high in comparison to other retailers. This means they have charged £2 extra to include a CD where the incremental cost will be negligible if anything at all due to a CD not weighing much. If you order a CD on its own they charge £3. Pretty expensive postage all round.


As only a casual Small Faces fan the only previous copy I’ve had of Ogden’s was the 1989 CD in a tin so I don’t feel aggrieved forking out again nearly 30 years later. My thoughts on the vinyl box I are: beautiful, pure, looking vinyl (unlike so many coloured vinyls with dirty smears and poor finishing) and great mastering job, especially considering how piecemeal getting a decent master together must have been. Good to see these houses in poly lined inner sleeves. I can’t believe in this day and age that this is not always done as standard.

Minor gripes are: booklet is scrapping around for content a little (listing the identical mono and stereo track lists on separate pages seems a bit unnecessary) but the original press cuttings etc are very interesting and the overall quality of the booklet is very high. Bonus content is OK but nothing earth shattering and I would have liked some detail on the providence of the US mixes. (Maybe someone here can enlighten me?) Also, could they not have varied the three sleeves a little? A full reproduction of the original sleeve would have been nice but I guess that was done a few years back.

Andrew Knowles

I do not have any of the previous editions so purchased both the vinyl and CD versions (as love both formats!). Great presentation of a seminal album, which I know I shall enjoy for many years to come.


Hi! today I see Italy vinyl is 80,99……!!!


Great video Paul, thank you!


I love the Small Faces; and so I love this album especially. Back in 1985 I ran my VCR for a “Night Flight” of “Classic Videos” were they showed the B&W version of Lazy Sunday from Germany’s Beat Club. I went out and bought the LP. Then I picked up the CD when it came out. Then the deluxe versions came out and I purchased a bunch of these (luckily not all). Here we are again in 2018 and they want me to buy once again b/c they scared the bottom of the barrel for some useless audio and a DVD which I have about a third of from a Ronnie Lane BBC special. Now to buy this DVD they want me to buy the “remastered” CD once again. This is F…. ridciculas; how many times do they expect their fans to keep buying this album? Well count me OUT I really hope no one supports this and they just do the right thing. They have a million videos which were collected about 10 years ago on an excellent 2 DVD set with a Doc. & a second DVD of their collected videos & TV performances. This is what I hate about the record business. This is why people don’t buy physical product anymore. This is a joke and no matter who signs their name on it, this is a deal with the devil. I hope they sleep well knowing how much they expect of their hands to buy the same item over and over with a few new “trinkets” added.


Anyone know if the book content is identical between the CD and vinyl other than being a bit smaller for the CD?

Geoffrey Kavanagh

I’m staying away from this one as I have the 2012 issue which did come in a “tin” (although it was made of cardboard). The audio material seems similar but I haven’t checked all the tracks. The addition of the DVD is not enough to make me buy this set. On top of that I have Kenney Jones’s signature already.

David M

Excellent video, looks good, think I will pass though (for now), too much other stuff coming out.

Dave H

These earbook releases do have the advantage of having it’s text and pictures at a reasonable size. Electric Ladyland is the same and I have a few that have been released in previous years.
Just a pity Ogden’s and Ladyland are different dimensions and there isn’t an uniform size.

Brian Smith

You’ls think it would have been in a tin


Was a bit disappointed with the signature – the promo materials showed a nice clean crisp signature on the bottom corner white part of the print – in reality, it’s across the image, and therefore not as clear.

Would’ve looked better framed is it was done as per the promo images.


I imagine the first few signatures look really nice but when you have 500 to do, it’ll be tough to keep the consistency. I hate it when the signature is just a squiggle but I also have some clear nice ones, it’s really pot luck.

As for the DVD, I see the Lazy Sunday promo is part of the Colour Me Pop programme and is kept out of synch as broadcast.