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PLU: 602537285136
Format - 2CD
Genre - Pop & Rock
Release Date - 03/09/13

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Before Rod Stewart became known as a global rock superstar and master interpreter of the Great American Songbook, the albums he made for the Mercury label between 1969 and 1974 established him as one of rock's most distinctive and expressive singers and gifted songwriters.

The five solo albums that Stewart released during that period - 'The Rod Stewart Album' (1969), 'Gasoline Alley' (1970), 'Every Picture Tells a Story' (1971), 'Never a Dull Moment' (1972) and 'Smiler' (1974) - feature a rootsy, folk-blues-leaning style, steeped in traditional soul and R&B.

This brand-new, two-CD, 24-track collection features rare tracks from these early solo albums. Included are alternate versions, singles, B-sides, studio outtakes and covers of The Who, Bob Dylan, Goffin/King, Cole Porter, Jimi Hendrix, and more, plus previously unreleased BBC Radio One live performances of "Maggie May" and "Country Comfort" with Faces.

Primary Format - MusicCD
Music GenreMale Vocal
Music Genre PrimaryPop & Rock

Disc 1

  • 1. Shake
  • 2. I Just Got Some
  • 3. The Day Will Come
  • 4. Ain't That Loving You Baby
  • 5. Don't You Tell Nobody
  • 6. Bright Lights, Big City
  • 7. Just Like I Treat You
  • 8. Why Does It Go On
  • 9. Hoppers' Blues
  • 10. Keep Your Hands Off Her
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