Reason To Believe: The Complete Mercury Studio Recordings - Rod Stewart Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock - Classic Rock / Artist: Rod Stewart / Box set / Audio CD released 2005-01-17 at Commercial Marketing / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Street Fighting Man - Lou Reizner, Rod Stewart, Martin Quittenton, Michael Waller, Ron Wood, Martin John Pugh, Ma ... more
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Changing Faces: The Very Best Of Rod Stewart & The Faces - R ...Rod Stewart..Sex God! (452 words)
by benlepensive - written on 17/01/10 (Very useful, 37 readings)
There already exist quite a few R Rod Stewart Best Of albums, Rod seems to keep churning them out alongside his Songbook albums. This is a worthy addition to the catalogue, comprising two discs and a staggering thirty six songs. The album is a fine place to explore some of Rod s well known tracks and also some of his lesser known moments. Rod enthusiasts will delight in the knowledge that it contains tracks by Stewart and The Faces, as well as his solo efforts. Maggie May has to be included for obvious reasons and remains a tender and provoking love song in which Rod s lyrics are spot on and finely atuned to the wills of romance. Stay With Me exudes a delicious raw ...
Never A Dull Moment - Rod StewartHardly a dull moment - and wearing it well (283 words)
by JOHNDMR - written on 16/10/00, updated on 16/10/00 (Very useful, 42 readings)
When R Rod Stewart recorded a follow up the mega-hit 'Every Picture Tells a Story', he had plenty to live up to. Wisely he stuck to much the same formula, changing from acoustic folksy ballads to good-time rock'n'roll with ease, sometimes in the same song. 'Moment' didn't have quite the impact of 'EPTAS', but it was just as good, and certainly lived up to that swaggering title. He had immaculate taste in covers, taking on Hendrix's love-lorn 'Angel', hitting the roistering party buttons with Sam Cooke's 'Twistin' The Night Away', his recording becoming even better-known than the original for a time, and best of ...
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