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“Rarely has a singer had as full and unique a talent as Rod Stewart – a writer who offered profound lyricism and fabulous self-deprecating humor, teller of tall tales and honest heart breaker, he had an unmatched eye for the tiny details around which lives turn, shatter, and reform -- and a voice to make those details indelible. His solo albums were defined by two special ... Read more in Amazon's Rod Stewart Store

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  • Audio Cassette (21 Feb. 1990)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Wea/Warner Bros.
  • ASIN: B000002LL0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,419,270 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By david ravenscroft on 3 Dec. 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Only place avail in uk. Fab.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By DAVE E on 25 Jun. 2013
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Another classic album by Rod to add to my collection, prompt service as usual and the cheapest way to buy CD's
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Great! 1 Sept. 2004
By musicfanatic - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This is a very good compilation, even if incomplete. No one disc can contain all of Rod Stewart's hits, so you may want to get another of his greatest hit CDs, to supplement some songs that aren't on this CD. Strictly speaking, though, this CD has many great songs and I highly recommend it.
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Heartfelt Rockin' Hits on This Rod Stewart Set 27 April 2000
By Anthony G Pizza - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This hits collection may have first been considered only a way to get Rod Stewart's then-newest hits ("Downtown Train" and "This Old Heart of Mine") to those unable or unwilling to buy the 4CD "Storyteller" box. But its value lies in better songs, not necessarily biggest hits, from Stewart's previous 15 years.
Starting with Faces' rollicking "Stay With Me," the songs here reflect Stewart's roots and influences over cash-ins like "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy?" and "Love Touch." They emphasize story songs ("Young Turks," "Killing of Georgie") and sensual, heartfelt rock ballads ("My Heart Can't Tell You No," "Tonight's The Night"). These show more conviction and passion than, say, "Passion" or certainly anything on "Blondes Have More Fun."
Stewart goes from whisper to shout on Tom Waits' "Downtown Train," giving a fine performance. But his duet with Ronald Isley on "This Old Heart of Mine" is touching. Both sang it before (Ronald w/the Isley Brothers) yet as they harmonize and trade lines -- Stewart with someone he no doubt admired and emulated as a young singer, Isley with a thoughtful, sometimes prodigal, soul disciple --you're comforted and saddened not just over the girl who gave "half a kiss," but the wistful joy in soul, especially 60s Motown that remind us, Rod Stewart here especially, of what we miss. Recommended.
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Great Stuff 11 April 2000
By Kim K. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Though it's only 12 songs this is a nice collection by Rod Stewart. For more of his work, though, you're better off with the Storyteller set. If you only need one cd to keep in the car or stereo cd player, this one is highly recommended.
A nice intro CD but not comprehensive 20 Feb. 2002
By PaulB - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This CD would make an excellent companion to The Story So
Far: The Very Best of Rod Stewart, which is a deluxe edition
limited series two CD set that was released in 2001. The
reason is the two CD set doesn't include tracks that are
essentials to any Stewart collection, namely Passion,
Infatuation, People Get Ready, Forever Young, My Heart Can't
Tell You No. and Downtown Train. This CD also includes a different version of I Don't Want To Talk About It and
This Old Heart of Mine than the The Story So Far. Do yourself
a favor and buy the limited deluxe edition pressing of The
Very Best of Rod Stewart if you buy this CD, because even
though both CDs contain six common tracks, two of the common
tracks are different versions, so duplication is a case in
only four of the twelve tracks.
Rod Stewart's raspy soulful voice carries this album from
beginning to end. If you buy this CD, which is basically a
stripped-down version of his Storytellers Boxed Set release,
and The Story So Far, you will get probably every essential
Stewart track you need. I can only rate this four stars,
because even though the track selection is excellent, it's
a fairly limited scope of his solo career. Many significant
tracks are missing on this collection. The CD itself runs
~58 minutes. This CD is basically an cross-section of his
work from the early years to about 1989. Neither CD title
I mentioned is really complete without the other. I would
recommend purchasing this if you're a new Stewart fan as
an introduction, or if you're an older Stewart fan who must
have every title released by Stewart. I wouldn't recommend
it for those who are looking for a comprehensive overview
of Stewart's career, the Storytellers Boxed Set is probably
more to your liking in that case.
The many moods of Rod Stewart 11 Jan. 2011
By Chrijeff - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
His trademark voice and distinctive shock of sandy hair make Stewart one of the more recognizable rock stars from the '60's--and also one of the longest-lived, having recently reinvented himself as a pop concert singer. This compilation of a dozen tunes from his "Storyteller" anthology showcases him in various identities: a rock bad boy with his early "Stay With Me" ("Just don't be here in the morning when I wake up"), an activist with "The Killing of Georgie," a father with the supportive "Forever Young" (presumably written for daughter Kimberly), a lover with "My Heart Can't Tell You No" ("I don't want you to come 'round here no more sayin' you love me...") and "I Don't Want to Talk About It." There's also a great version of the Motown hit "This Old Heart of Mine" (sung with Ronald Isley, whose group first recorded it, and impossible to listen to without wanting to get up and dance) and two of my favorite Stewart tunes, the rock ballad "Young Turks" (about Billy and Patty, who ran away together because "there's nobody list'nin'") and "Downtown Train," along with a surprising go at the gospel-influenced Curtis Mayfield song "People Get Ready." I bought it on a venture because it was used and inexpensive, but I'm glad I did.
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