The Faces: A Nod Is as Good as a Wink to a Blind Horse (Warner Brothers 2574)
Ken Barnes, Fusion, April 1972
ROD STEWART or no Rod Stewart, this album just doesn't make it. The top-ranking male vocalist of our time manages along with his bosom buddies Messrs. Wood, Lane, MacLagan and Jones to run aground in spectacular fashion with this album, sealing the lid on the degeneration of one of Britain's finest rock and roll bands of the Sixties. The elements of this disintegration are manifold and cry out for enumeration, so let's rip it up....
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