Small Faces' first album for Andrew Loog Oldham
's Immediate label originally appeared in two different forms in England (where it was known as Small Faces
) and America, and the two song lineups have been combined on an early-'90s American Sony Music reissue: There Are But Four Small Faces
. The music here is much more fully developed and experimental than their preceding album, still largely R&B-based (apart from the delightfully trippy "Itchycoo Park," the band's sole American hit) but with lots of unusual sounds and recording techniques being attempted.