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  1. This CD probably has the best audio of any Rod Stewart album on CD. Having recently compared tracks from this compilation (released in ) with the new Warner Remaster version of "A Night On The Town", it sounds like the tracks on this CD have been digitally remixed from the original multitrack tapes/5(12).
  2. I wanted to get a concise collection of Rod's best songs from the Mercury years. This one delivered 18 great remastered tunes that sound fresh today, despite being plus years old. The hits are all here, along with a few others that showcase Rod's voice and style (prior to the dark days of disco)/5(18).
  3. (Rod stewart / carmine appice, kevin savigar, duane hitchings) - Billy left his home with a dollar in his pocket and a head full of dreams. He said somehow, some way, it's gotta get better than this.
  4. Rod Stewart. Roderick David "Rod" Stewart, CBE (born 10 January ) is a British singer-songwriter, born and raised in North London, England, and currently residing .
  5. “I always think I make albums for a few friends and this record has that intimacy. Sincerity and honesty go a long way in life and the same is true in song-writing.” - Rod Stewart Written & Produced by Rod Stewart and Kevin Savigar Video directed and produced by Cristobal Saez" Show less.
  6. Love this C.D. it's absolutely perfect it has all of my favorite songs by Rod Stewart the only thing was the shipping took forever I wasn't aware that it was coming from the United Kingdom however I still got it within about three weeks it was perfect and I love listening to it all the time I highly recommend it if you are a Rod Stewart fan/5().
  7. Mar 18,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Rod Stewart Oh! No Not My Baby YouTube; Rod Stewart Rod Stewart - Oh God, I wish I was home tonight BudokanJapan may - Duration:
  8. Jan 06,  · The Jeff Beck Group in Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood, Micky Waller and Jeff Beck. Source: Wikimedia Commons. Though today we think of Stewart as a solo vocalist or frontman, his career actually took off when he was an in-demand harmonica player for the R&B and blues-rock bands that proliferated in the UK in the early '60s.

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