The Ogden's Nutgone Flake page is under construction for summer 2020.
If you have any stories, memorabilia and/or photos you would like to see shared to this page, please email to:
There are already many gems so far, including the one time only
Small Faces theatrical performance of this fantastic concept album on the BBC's Colour Me Pop (25:52), featuring: "Song of a Baker", "Lazy Sunday" (official video!), "Happiness Stan", "Rollin' Over", "The Hungry Intruder",
"The Journey", "Mad John" and "Happydaystoytown",
narrated by Master of Gobbledegook, Stanley Unwin!
Sneak peak of Small Faces "Song of a Baker" on Youtube
To view all of the 25:26 performance and other gems as we find them, cruise over to the Small Faces Ogdens' Nutgone Flake page straight away!
If tomorrow was today
It would yesterday
The sun is surely just a thought away
Where visions that men fail
To put to words to tale
And music that they try but cannot (p)lay
You're right it's just a dream, your company so kind
Hold very tightly please and we shall go out....
~Small Faces: Ronnie Lane, Kenney Jones, Ian McLagan & Steve Marrott
Enjoy the Small Faces Ogdens' Nutgone Flake page!
Team Ronnie Lane
We've not yet gotten a chance to delve into the wonderland of
Ronnie Lane instruments with one small exception...
Ronnie's acoustic resonator made straight from the hands of Tony Zemaitis!
At the Ronnie Lane Zemaitis Acoustic Resonator Guitar page there are
tons of photos, video of Ronnie playing this guitar with Slim Chance
on "Debris" and "Ooh La La", and heart-felt words about Ronnie from Tony.
You can find tons more information about this acoustic beauty here at
Keith Smart, the now proud owner of Ronnie's resonator (and contributor
to The Zemaitis Club!- see Keith's special Ronnie Lane issue here)
is having a live stream chat tomorrow 5pm London time and is sure to mention and maybe even play this stunning piece.
Team Ronnie Lane
P.S. You might notice here next to Ronnie's guitar is a hidden photo of the Ronnie Lane Mobile Studio. If you've never heard of it before, it was one of only two mobile recording studios available in the early 1970s and was used to record some of the most loved albums of Led Zeppelin, The Who, Bad Company, Eric Clapton and Slim Chance. Have a glimpse of the LMS:
Rare photo of Ronnie Lane with his mother and family.
Happy Mothers' Day to All Ronnie Lane Fan Mums!
For just a tad bit more on Ronnie's family please see
A lovely day to you lovely ladies!
Team Ronnie Lane
Finally solved the mystery of why Ronnie Lane is in the same room with Roy Harper, Jimmy Page, John Bonham, Keith Moon and Robert plant but
in the few photos that have been preserved they have on different outfits!
The Intergalactic Elephant Band:
Roy Harper, Ronnie Lane, John Bonham, Max Middleton, Jimmy Page & Keith Moon
Answers can be found once you check out Roy Harper's record release party for Valentine on February 14, 1974, billed as "Roy Harper's Valentines Day Massacre", where all these fine folks, including Ronnie Lane, were in attendance.
Roy Harper's Valentines Day Massacre Concert February 14, 1974
Rainbow Theatre, Finsbury Park, London England
Roy Harper - Flashes From The Archives Of Oblivion Double Live Album (1974)
Roy Harper - Valentine Album 1974
As is the case with much of Ronnie Lane history, one album leads to an event which leads to another album. They all tie together, so don't miss any of them! Each contains their own blend of videos, photos and stories.
P.S. If anyone has pics of Robert Plant's face for this event, hit us up at