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mick7017/01/2017 14:59:15
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left lot of my cds behind when split with my ex.

looking to replace my rod stewart ones.

which are the better albums?

just got time from charity shop which is what set me thinking.

John Rudd17/01/2017 15:01:37
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A nod's as good as a wink to a blind horse.....oops thats the faces....

Blondes have more fun

Foot loose and fancy free

Never a dull moment...

Ok for starters....?

Edited By John Rudd on 17/01/2017 15:05:26

Steve Pavey17/01/2017 15:35:53
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If you want an early classic, try 'An old raincoat won't ever let you down' - 1969 vintage, and one of the tracks is Handbags and Gladrags (made famous much later by the Stereophonics as the theme tune for The Office, and written by Mike D'Abo, lead singer of Manfred Man).

Gasoline Alley and Every Picture Tells a Story would be the next two on my list, both early albums.

Neil Wyatt17/01/2017 15:45:19
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Anything he did with the Faces or the Jeff Beck Group (especially Truth)

Neil

Gordon W17/01/2017 16:01:50
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soak in hot water and make flowerpots

Michael Gilligan17/01/2017 16:08:39
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This should suffice:

**LINK**

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=IVfgnD-2XjM

MichaelG.

SillyOldDuffer17/01/2017 16:24:25
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Rod Stewart was never the same for me after the Kenny Everett parody. The one where the buttocks of Rod's tight leopardskin trousers gradually inflate while he sings

If you want my body and you think I'm sexy
Come on, sugar, let me know
If you really need me, just reach out and touch me
Come on, honey, tell me so,

Now I'm worried I dreamt it and have told you all far too much about my Freudian sub-conscious...

Dave

An Other17/01/2017 16:29:11
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anything taken from a live performance - far more atmospheric and 'listenable' than the studio stuff. Ignore any negatives comments - what do they know about it?star

Hacksaw17/01/2017 16:45:36
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Does he read the forum? Likes a bit of railway modelling.. he does ...

mick7017/01/2017 17:27:27
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Posted by Hacksaw on 17/01/2017 16:45:36:

Does he read the forum? Likes a bit of railway modelling.. he does ...

he is a master builder according to his biography when ever on tour takes couple of cases with him so he can build bits.

will look at getting those albums.

Neil Wyatt17/01/2017 17:48:30
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Posted by An Other on 17/01/2017 16:29:11:

anything taken from a live performance - far more atmospheric and 'listenable' than the studio stuff. Ignore any negatives comments - what do they know about it?star

Rod's 'pop' records are far more listenable than most of the genre, but the question was "which are best" and I would say it's indisputable that his ballads aren't a patch on his blues or other early stuff.

Neil

mark smith 2017/01/2017 18:05:56
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Agree with Neil, all the old Faces stuff etc....before he moved to the US.smiley

Steven Vine17/01/2017 22:13:34
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Rod who?

Hacksaw17/01/2017 22:52:34
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Nah, that was Kenney Jones the drummer

Nick_G17/01/2017 23:06:54
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Posted by mark smith 20 on 17/01/2017 18:05:56:

....before he moved to the US.smiley

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Worth a watch. laugh

Nick_G17/01/2017 23:18:12
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Posted by naughtyboy on 17/01/2017 14:59:15:

which are the better albums?

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Not an album but a DVD. Has a bit of everything from his early to later material. Should tick all the boxes if you are a Rod fan.

**LINK**

Nick

Hacksaw17/01/2017 23:42:50
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"5 guys walk into a bar " covers most Faces stuff

This interview by Russell Hartey cracks me up **LINK**

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