Face Without A Soul

Album: Spare Parts (1969)
  • Although they are best known as a straight-ahead rock band, when Status Quo were first formed, they played a very different kind of music. Written by the team of Francis Rossi and Rick Parfitt, "Face Without A Soul" has an unmistakable psychedelic feel to it.
  • It was the first track on their second album Spare Parts, which was released September 26, 1969. Running to 3 minutes 8 seconds, it was also the B-side of "Down The Dustpipe," which was released the following year. >>
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    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2


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