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by jellybabie - written on 24/09/00, updated on 24/09/00 (27 readings)
collection of both fast and slow numbers make this an album for all moods, so, if you like R Rod Stewart then i'd recommend this one for your collection. ...
The Best Of Rod Stewart - Rod StewartRod Stewart...Old Rocker Alert (335 words)
by benlepensive - written on 18/12/09 (Somewhat useful, 10 readings)
He s an attractive old man isn t he? Rod is the gravelly voiced grandfather of pop music, who refuses to age, despite the fact he has always looked old. This best of album gathers sixteen of his biggest hits and puts them onto one disc. It is a good round-up of his career, spanning right from his early days, up to the newer nineties stuff. It does not include any of his brand new releases within the last few years though. Maggie May opens the album is a suitable opener, a poignant love song which will forever be played at weddings. His voice is raw and gruff and the sentiments sound sincere, though he does sound overly strained in places. I much prefer Baby Jane ...
Smiler - Rod StewartSmile ol' tartan-eyes - and the world smiles with you (312 words)
by JOHNDMR - written on 22/10/00, updated on 22/10/00 (Very useful, 44 readings)
'Smiler' was the last of Rod Stewart's homegrown albums, recorded in the UK before the US tax exile era. It's been much maligned as a pale shadow of its predecessors, and while it's not quite up to the same standard, it's much better than the standard rock reference books might have you believe. Any album that starts with a dog barking over the first few seconds of a rousing version of Chuck Berry's 'Sweet Little Rock'n'Roller' and then switches into folk mode with a harpsichord lament 'Lochnagar', which segues into the brilliant, poignant 'Farewell' (cue acoustic guitar, mandolin and violin on a song which ...