In the early 60s, blues and R&B was ‘the’ sound among the cool youngsters of Great Britain. That obsession with black music (which extended to soul music too), along an unbridled passion for elegance pave the way to mod culture, which was the stepping stone for some of the greatest British pop artists of all time.
In the case of Stewart, he was so affiliated with the movement that he was known as “Rod The Mod”. In The Many Faces Of Rod Stewart we will cover the lesser known works of his career, his hard to find collaborations and some of his first demos.
In addition we will pay homage to his wonderful repertoire and we will enjoy the originals of the songs he has covered during his career, both in his early years and also in his recent and successful series The Great American Songbook.
With expanded liner notes, a luxurious cover art and remastered sound, The Many Faces Of Rod Stewart is an essential album for any fan of British classic rock, now for the first time in vinyl format… and remember that is not available on streaming platforms!
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1. Rod Stewart- I Just Got Some
2. Rod Stewart- Shake
3. Rod Stewart- Ain’t That Loving You Baby
4. Rod Stewart- Bright Lights, Big City
5. Rod Stewart- Mopper’s Blues
6. Rod Stewart- Keep Your Hands Off Her
7. Rod Stewart- Don’t You Tell Nobody
8. Rod Stewart- Just Like I Treat You
9. Rod Stewart- Why Does It Go On
10. Rod Stewart- the Day Will Come
11. Rod Stewart- Little Miss Understood
12. Rod Stewart- So Much To Say
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1. Arthur Crudup – That’s All Right
2. Chuck Berry – Sweet Little Rock N’ Roller
3. Sam Cooke – Bring It Home To Me
4. Hank Thompson – the Wild Side of Live
5. Johnny Burnette – Tear It Up
6. Peggy Lee – As Time Goes By
7. Billie Holiday – You Go To My Head
8. Frank Sinatra – That Old Feeling
9. Nat King Cole – These Foolish Things
10. Dinah Shore – the Nearness of You
11. Ella Fitzgerald – Someone To Watch Over Me
12. Louis Armstrong – I’m In the Mood For Lo