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Let The Good Times Roll
My Life in Small Faces, Faces and The Who
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...wonderful, humane, and often very humorous...Kenney Jones has lived one of British music's most extraordinary lives. * Clash * Pounding out the drums at Rod Stewart's back was merely the meat in the sandwich of his [Kenney's] extraordinary, enduring career. When it comes to mod legends, well, who else can say they were in both The Small Faces and The Who? Let The Good Times Roll charmingly chronicles an always engaging, if unlikely, unplanned ascent from East London's Commercial Road to hobnobbing with Prince Charles in one's very own polo clubhouse, via two bouts of cancer and a near-fatal car crash. Jones's bone-dry, nod's-as-good-as-a-wink style, meanwhile, provides much scope for reading between lines. -- Ian Fortnam * Classic Rock *
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Kenney Jones is a world-renowned drummer and musician. He shot to fame at the age of 16 with the Small Faces in 1965, at the heart of the Mod revolution. Kenney was then instrumental in forming the Faces and inviting Rod Stewart to join the group. Recognised as one of the best drummers in rock history, he was The Who's first choice to replace Keith Moon after his death. Kenney's critically acclaimed album, The Law, cemented his reputation as a talented musician and he has recorded and performed with some of the biggest names in the business. He has enjoyed further success with The Jones Gang, with their single 'Angel' reaching number one in the US charts. Kenney has won two Ivor Novello Outstanding Contribution to Music awards and has been inducted into the Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame in recognition of being a founding member of two legendary bands, the Small Faces and Faces.