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Bump in the Night is the second album by former Small Faces and Faces keyboardist Ian McLagan, released in 1981 on Mercury Records. Retaining Johnny Lee Schell from his debut, the album saw McLagan form the first edition of The Bump Band for the recording of the album, the line-up being McLagan (vocal, keyboards, guitar), Schell (guitar, vocal), Ricky Fataar (drums, piano, percussion, bass, vocal) and Ray Ohara (bass). The album is harder-edged than McLagan's others, with less emphasis on keyboards and more on guitars. As on his debut, his former bandmate Ron Wood appears as does saxophonist Bobby Keys. The album was McLagan's last solo album for nearly twenty years, though an extended play, Last Chance to Dance, came out in 1985 on Barking Dog Records.
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Ian McLagan Dies at Age 69
by Michael Gallucci December 3, 2014 4:16 PM
Ian McLagan, the legendary keyboardist who was a member of the Small Faces and the Faces, has died. He was 69 years old.
Earlier today, news broke that McLagan, who was also a longtime sideman with the Rolling Stones, was admitted to an Austin hospital in critical condition. According to the Official Small Faces Fan Club, McLagan had a “massive stroke.” KXAN in Austin had previously reported that he had a head injury. Paste Magazine has also reported that one of their writers, Tim... Read More
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