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NO ROOM FOR RAVERS:
THE STORY OF
THE SMALL FACES

THE MOD DOCUMENTARY

DIRECTOR:
Brian Grant

PRODUCERS:
Scott Millaney, Mark Vennis

SYNOPSIS
In the swinging 60’s, four like-minded Mods came together to form one of the greatest bands of all time, The Small Faces. 'Small', because all members were shorter than average, and 'Face' being a Mod term given to the most highly regarded of that ubiquitous sub-culture. They shared a love of American R&B, soul music and a great sense of fashion.

No Room for Ravers chronicles the rise and fall of the most beloved, yet underrated bands of the 60’s. They were The Voice of a generation, authentic mods who became a band—not a band that purposely decided to appeal to mods. The group weren't afraid to wear loud mod fashions and make definitive explosive music.

Lead singer Steve Marriott had one of the most incredible and powerful voices in rock n' roll. His primal, soul-drenched delivery coupled with a dynamic presence and a great sense of melody, gave the band a unique and unmistakeable sound.

Using unheard interviews with the band and famous artists who have been influenced by them, No Room For Ravers will capture every aspect of their short but brilliant career.

There was nothing the defining decade of the 1960s didn’t affect; fashion, culture and liberating attitudes to sex. Amidst the pure energy of swinging London, The Small Faces was a band in the centre of it all. Suddenly, the youth demographic had a voice and that voice became part of mainstream popular culture.

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