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Released: December 1967

Perhaps it doesn't quite get the props it deserves, but 'Tin Soldier' is a blistering shot of rock-soul that sounds meaty now – let alone in 1967. Written to woo singer Steve Marriott's future wife Jenny Rylance, it was offered to PP Arnold who declined but turned up to the Small Faces' sessions to add fire and ballast to the chorus.

 
 

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