Long Player, from 1971, was the second album by the British rock group Faces. Among the highlights are a live cover version of Paul McCartney's "Maybe I'm Amazed", the wistful "Richmond" and "Sweet Lady Mary", the rave-up "Had Me a Real Good Time" and the opening "Bad 'n' Ruin". Maybe I'm Amazed" and "I Feel So Good" were recorded live at the Fillmore East, New York on October 11 1970.
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Posner’s third studio album, A Real Good Kid, however, portrays what a few years (he turns 31 in February), and several tragedies (the death of his father after a protracted illness, the suicide of friend-collaborator Avicii, whom he famously referenced in the line I took a pill in Ibiza to show Avicii I was cool ) can do to a. man, and how he thinks of that now-ragged axis of life, love and responsibility. Whether or not Posner is asking his teen audience to take him more seriously is irrelevant.