- Audio CD (13 May 2013)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Format: Deluxe Edition
- Label: Decca
- ASIN: B00BV859CY
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (1,075 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 12,587 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Time Deluxe Edition
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You wait decades for a brand new Rod Stewart song to show up, and eleven come along all at once. Time is the first new collection of original material from the two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and Grammy Living Legend for nearly two decades. The album marks a return to songwriting that was inspired by the writing of his autobiography Rod. This deluxe edition includes three bonus tracks.
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I have now received the correct album from Amazon, but, at least I have had the opportunity to compare the two!
My original 4* review (copied below) stated that I felt something was missing from Rod's TIME (12 track), apart from the three bonus tracks which you get with this deluxe version, namely:
13. Corrina Corrina (Harmonica : Jimmy Wood)
15. Love Has No Pride (Backing Vocal : Angela Michael)
For the extra money, you also get an enhanced booklet with an explanatory 4-page 'blurb' at the front and, I think, reading this information gives a better understanding of the man and the crossroads he felt he was at, e.g.:
'....My assumption was that I was finished as a songwriter. It had always been difficult, and then, at some point in the 1990s, my confidence took a knock and it became impossible. I was thinking too hard about what people expected from me. And I was thinking about whether I felt comfortable any more, delivering whatever it was people expected from me...I was trapped down all sorts of unhelpful mental alleys, basically. And eventually I convinced myself that I had made the best of the little bit of talent for songwriting that I had been given.
But now it was over - time to move on......"
(nb the words for the extra 3 tracks are not included in the booklet)
Far too harsh on yourself, Rod, but it made me listen to the whole album again and it felt different; the words and the emotion made more sense. Indeed....TIME moves on, but it is on your side!Read more ›
The album opens with a decent but pretty standard pop song, She Makes Me Happy which Rod lifts a bit above the ordinary, and in It's Over it's good to see that he has the dignity to sing about the end of a marriage rather than teenage heartbreak, but he shows that his real greatness is still there in Brighton Beach, a beautiful, deeply evocative song about the recall of first love. It may not be the enduring masterpiece that I Don't Want To Talk About It is, for example, but it affects me nearly as deeply.
I won't go through the entire album - there's a good variety of pop, dance and ballads most written by Stewart himself and often reflecting on ageing and times past. Some bits are pretty ordinary, some are very good. I think the three bonus tracks are among the best here, by the way. They're a little more bluesy and a little less produced which gives them a genuineness which I like a lot, and I think they're well worth the extra.
The thing that strikes me most strongly is that Rod sounds sincere throughout, probably because he's mainly singing his own songs.Read more ›
Now there's another Deluxe cd 2 Disc which comes with a live album, in all honestly this should have been the first Deluxe issue.
I don't think Rod himself would appreciate this from the Record company TAKING THE MICK OR WHAT.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love love love this album. I've been a fan for over 30 years and this is his best. Have even converted my husband, he plays it more thanme now!Published 3 days ago by Bailey
I've been a huge fan of Rod Stewart's 80's / early 90's material (Body Wishes, Out of Order, Vagabond Heart, etc) and when he released a series of albums covering songs from the... Read morePublished 22 days ago by Leo L
ROD CAN DO NO WRONG EITHER ROCK AND ROLL OR HIS LATER BALLADS, WONDERFUL LISTENING.Published 23 days ago by ANGELA ALEXANDER