|–Rod Stewart / Faces||You Can Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything||3:40|
|–Gloria Gaynor||Never Can Say Goodbye||2:51|
|–Johnny Bristol||Hang On In There Baby||3:11|
|–Barry White||You're The First, The Last, My Everything||3:22|
|–The Three Degrees||Year Of Decision||2:24|
|–Hues Corporation*||Rock The Boat||2:34|
|–The O'Jays||Put Your Hands Together||2:37|
|–The Isley Brothers||Live It Up||3:09|
|–Love Unlimited||It May Be Winter Outside (But In My Heart It's Spring)||3:01|
|–MFSB||T.S.O.P. (The Sound Of Philadelphia)||3:36|
|Sing Or Anything|
|–Bachman-Turner Overdrive||You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet||3:27|
|–The Rubettes||Juke Box Jive||2:48|
|–Johnny Wakelin & The Kinshasa Band||Black Superman (Muhammad Ali)||2:42|
|–Showaddywaddy||Hey Rock & Roll||2:26|
|–Sweet Sensation||Purely By Coincidence||2:45|
|–Santana||Samba Pa Ti||3:27|
|–Ralph McTell||Streets Of London||3:19|
|–Golden Earring||Instant Poetry||3:01|
|–Wigan's Chosen Few||Footsee||2:41|
|CDR2011||Various||Dance, Sing Or Anything (LP, Comp, Mono)||Ronco||CDR2011||UK||1975|
|4C/CDR2011||Various||Dance, Sing Or Anything (Cass, Comp)||Ronco||4C/CDR2011||UK||1975|
|CDR2011, CDR 2011||Various||Dance, Sing Or Anything (LP, Comp, Mono)||Ronco, Ronco||CDR2011, CDR 2011||UK||1975|
You Can Make Me Dance, Sing or Anything (Even Take the Dog for a Walk, Mend a Fuse, Fold Away the Ironing Board, or Any Other Domestic Shortcomings)" was the last official single by British rock group Faces. It later appeared on their 1976 greatest hits album Snakes and Ladders, The Best of Faces. Released under the group title, Rod Stewart and the Faces, the single reached number 12 over Christmas 1974 in the UK singles chart
Oh Lord I'm Browned Off – the non-album B-side to "Maybe I'm Amazed" 6. You Make Me Dance, Sing Or Anything (Even Take The Dog For A Walk, Mend A Fuse, Fold Away The Ironing Board, Or Any Other Domestic Short Comings) – a non-album UK 7" single released as the A-side 11 November 1974 on Warner Brothers. The bonus tracks on "First Step" are shockingly good. The first "Behind The Sun" is 5:30 minutes long as is just as good if not better than anything on the album (and it sounds utterly amazing here). Both it and the second helping here "Mona – The Blues" were recorded after the LP's release on 12 May 1970 in Hollywood.
CD, Album, RE, RM + CD, Album, RE, RM + CD, Album,) Warner Bros. R2 550009, 081227954239. The vinyl sound fantastic as does anything mastered by Kevin Gray. The packaging faithfully replicates the original packaging including posters. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.
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The album peaked inside the Top 10 and went gold, becoming Faces’ most successful album. Lifting off with Miss Judy’s Farm, Faces’ sound tightens, blossoming into a thoroughly jaunty and joyful romp with Ron Wood striking the right chords and Ian McLagan’s Wurlitzer piano firmly embedded in the groove. As for the extras, versions of Miss Judy’s Farm and Stay With Me from the BBC underscore how supercharged the band was on A Nod Is As Good As A Win. o A Blind Horse. For Ooh La La, their fourth and final studio album, Faces handed the producer reigns to Glyn Johns and set about to reconvene in the midst of Stewart’s rise as a solo artist. It wasn’t easy as the singer was absent from many of the album’s early sessions. Lane took the lead where and when he could, but was reportedly so put off by playing subordinate to Stewart that he left the band shortly after the release of Ooh La La.