This is one of them, courtesy of a link from Stormy Davis on ILM — it’s a 1968 performance of the Small Faces on a British TV show, Colour Me Pop, of “Song of a Baker”:
Too good not to share, for sure — it’s a classic live mime of a performance, as the fade out and the wonderfully awkward transition from band back to presenter makes clear, but no matter, it’s all worth it to see Steve Marriott go nuts in particular. As a classic example of a transitional period in loud as hell pop music — call it the gap between Jimi Hendrix’s first splash and the rise of Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath — it can’t be beat, precisely because a lot of rules and expectations were totally up in the air and not yet codified by expectation and the dull routine of history. The best art reminds you of that.
All that and a great end bit from Ogden’s Nut Gone Flake narrator Stanley Unwin as well. Can’t go wrong there.