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  • Audio CD (19 Sept. 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Hallmark
  • ASIN: B000B9G72U
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 154,513 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. I Just Got Some (Rod Stewart)
2. Bright Lights Big City (Rod Stewart)
3. Ain't That Lovin' You Baby (Rod Stewart)
4. Mopper's Blues (Rod Stewart)
5. Why Does It Go On (Rod Stewart)
6. Shake (Rod Stewart)
7. The Day Will Come (Rod Stewart)
8. Little Miss Understood (Rod Stewart)
9. Come Home Baby (Rod Stewart (featuring PP Arnold))
10. Sparky Rides (Donkey Rides, A Penny A Glass) (Rod Stewart)
11. Can I Get A Witness (Rod Stewart)
12. Baby Take Me (Rod Stewart)
13. Keep Your Hands Off Her (Rod Stewart)
14. Don't You Tell Nobody (Rod Stewart)
15. Just Like I Treat You (Rod Stewart)

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A failed professional footballer with Brentford, Rod Stewart began his singing career with folk singer Wizz Jones busking around Europe (he was deported from Spain for vagrancy!). Upon returning to the UK he linked up with The Five Dimensions and later the Hoochie Coochie Men, which subsequently evolved into Steampacket. This grounding has enabled Rod to develop a distinctive style for his own solo career, a style that mixes folk, rock, country, soul and blues in almost equal measure and has enabled him to enjoy almost 35 years of success around the globe. This album features many fine examples of Rod s diverse influences, from the Motown tracks 'Can I Get A Witness' and 'Baby Take Me' to the blues influenced 'Keep Your Hands Off Her' and 'Mopper s Blues'. It s a potent mix.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By SMc on 21 Jan. 2012
Format: Audio CD
01) Why Does It Go On? (Mason)
02) I Just Got Some
03) Shake (Cooke)
04) Bright Lights, Big City (Reed)
05) Little Miss Understood (D'Abo)
06) Keep Your Hands Off Her (Ledbetter/Turner)
07) Ain't That Loving You Baby ?(Otis/Hunter)
08) Don't You Tell Nobody (Dixon)
09) Mopper's Blues ('Big Bill' Broonzy)
10) Just Like I Treat You (Dixon)
11) Sparky Rides (Marriott/Lane?)
12) Come Home Baby(Mann/Weill)
13) So Much To Say (D'Abo)

As far as I'm aware, these tracks are taken from Stewart's solo recordings between 1965 and 1968 and as an album, goes under many differing titles - mine is (the 13 track compilation) "The Great Rod Stewart" and whilst not a great collection, does hint at some promise of what was to come. Highlights are covers of Mike D'Abo's "Little Miss Understood" and Barry Mann/Cynthia Weill's "Come Home Baby" where Stewart just about holds his own with Pat (P.P.) Arnold's devasting vocal delivery. It's one of my favourite duets of all time, a classic pop song boasting the late Nicky Hopkins on piano, Micky Waller on drums, Messrs Wood and Richards on bass and guitar respectively as well as production by a Mr. Jagger. The sad thing is that this was never released when first recorded in 1966!

Track 11, "Sparky Rides" is a Small Faces track and has no relevance to Stewart's solo outings.

Most of these tracks lean towards the genre of trad jazz/acoustic blues and there's some interesting arrangements here.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By J. brown on 27 July 2007
Format: Audio CD
Im not a music critic and this is my first review of any cd's that I have ever bought so Id like to keep it simple.
I bought this and can't stop playing it.Great 60s mix of pop ,RnB and still retains that classic 60s sound we all love.
Full on from start to finish with Rods distinctive voice belting away.
Far better than some other 60's records which lose their feel when transfered on to cd. Well worth the money It's a bargain .
The standout tracks for me are,*Why does it go wrong *,*The day will come* and Mike D'abos, *A little misunderstood*.Thats only me but Im sure everybody will find their own personal favourites. Even For those three tracks I still say its a bargain I would happily have paid more for those tracks alone.
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Soulcoaxer
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This "reasonably priced" Hallmark compilation contains tracks recorded by Rod the Mod in 1964-66 before he joined Jeff Beck. Many were impressed by his voice when he was with Long John Baldry; Brian Auger and the Steam Packet in the clubs of London, Manchester and elsewhere.. This shows you what the voice was like in those early days. "The Day Will Come" was Rod's second single (after the semi-legendary version of "Good Mornin' Little Schoolgirl" in 1964) released in November 65. Some of the tracks on this album are extremely unimpressive ("Sparky Rides", for example) but Rod's version of Sam Cooke's "Shake" (released as a single in April 66) stands up pretty well even when measured against the master (Otis). "Come Home Baby"; "Can I Get A Witness" and "I Just Got Some" (the B side of "Shake") were standard R&B/soul singer material and the organ playing (I am guessing by Brian Auger but there are no sleeve notes to tell you) can be rather oppressive but you are looking for nostalgia and/or want to hear how the superstar got started this pretty good
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 5 Jun. 2007
Format: Audio CD
15 recordings made by Rod Stewart from 1964 onwards.Fast-paced songs with drums,electric guitars and some brass instruments in the background,Rod singing many of the songs in a style that is a mix of sounds from the forty's or fifty's given a 1960s rock and roll flavour.No beautiful softly sung ballads like I am Sailing (from the early 1970s) - lots of aggressive guttural sound from the back of the throat and some great lyrics too.An old-fashioned recording but I bet young people nowadays will love it as well as older folks.And at these prices,going quite literally,for a song.
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