The soundtrack to Mahoney’s Last Stand is one of the rarest entries in the respective discographies of FACES member RON WOOD and RONNIE LANE. Recorded in 1972 by Wood and Lane while waiting around for ROD STEWART to show up for the Ooh La La recording sessions, the album was not released until 1976. It's obscurity can also be traced to the fact that actor-director ALEXIS KANNER's film never saw a proper theatrical release. But the recording sessionss attracted the cream of British rock royalty, including PETE TOWNSHEND, BLIND FAITH and FAMILY member RIC GRECH, fellow Faces IAN MCLAGAN and KENNEY JONES, soon-to-be Rolling Stones companions (for Wood) IAN STEWART, BOBBY KEYS and JIM PRICE, MICKY WALTER (Wood’s Band-Mate in The Jeff Beck Group of the Late ‘60s), and GREASE BAND member BRUCE ROWLAND. Green vinyl edition of 700 copies.