Every Picture Tells a Story [Remaster]

Performers Rod Stewart

Mercury Records | February 28, 1996 | Compact Disc

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Cassette available on Mercury (822 385). NOTES: Personnel includes: Rod Stewart (vocals, acoustic guitar); Ron Wood (guitar, pedal steel guitar, bass); Martell Brandy, Martin Quittenton (acoustic guitar); Sam Mitchell (slide guitar); Dick Powell (violin); Pete Sears (piano); Ian McLagan (organ); Danny Thompson, Andy Pyle (bass); Mick Waller (drums); Madeline Bell, Mateus Rose, John Baldry (background vocals). All tracks have been digitally remastered. Rod Stewart's third solo album brought the singer long-awaited commercial success. Its combination of strong, original songs and plum cover versions was finely judged as the artist paid tribute to mentors and declared his own craft. Members of Stewart's regular group, the Faces, provide intuitive support without the sense of compromise apparent on their own recordings. The singer's voice was rarely better; his interpretation of the Temptations' `(I Know I'm) Losing You' brought new dimensions to a Tamla/Motown classic. The highlight is, inevitably, `Maggie May', one of the great pop anthems, but the remaining selections, such as `Mandolin Wind' and Tim Hardin's beautiful `Reason To Believe' contain a similar sense of purpose.

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: February 28, 1996

Genre: '70s

Style: Oldies

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Originally Released: 1971

Label Name: Mercury Records

UPC: 042282238528

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Every Picture Tells a Story [Remaster]

Performers Rod Stewart
Guest Artist(s) Ian McLagan, John Baldry, Ron Wood
Producer Rod Stewart
Engineer Mike Bobak

Format: Compact Disc

Released Date: February 28, 1996

Genre: '70s

Style: Oldies

Number of Discs: 1

Stereo/Mono: Stereo

Studio/Mixed/Live: Studio

Originally Released: 1971

Label Name: Mercury Records

UPC: 042282238528


Title Track Time
1.Every Picture Tells A Story --
2.Seems Like A Long Time --
3.That's All Right --
4.Tomorrow Is A Long Time --
5.Maggie May --
6.Mandolin Wind --
7.(I Know) I'm Losing You --
8.(Find A) Reason to Believe --

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Cassette available on Mercury (822 385). NOTES: Personnel includes: Rod Stewart (vocals, acoustic guitar); Ron Wood (guitar, pedal steel guitar, bass); Martell Brandy, Martin Quittenton (acoustic guitar); Sam Mitchell (slide guitar); Dick Powell (violin); Pete Sears (piano); Ian McLagan (organ); Danny Thompson, Andy Pyle (bass); Mick Waller (drums); Madeline Bell, Mateus Rose, John Baldry (background vocals). All tracks have been digitally remastered. Rod Stewart's third solo album brought the singer long-awaited commercial success. Its combination of strong, original songs and plum cover versions was finely judged as the artist paid tribute to mentors and declared his own craft. Members of Stewart's regular group, the Faces, provide intuitive support without the sense of compromise apparent on their own recordings. The singer's voice was rarely better; his interpretation of the Temptations' `(I Know I'm) Losing You' brought new dimensions to a Tamla/Motown classic. The highlight is, inevitably, `Maggie May', one of the great pop anthems, but the remaining selections, such as `Mandolin Wind' and Tim Hardin's beautiful `Reason To Believe' contain a similar sense of purpose.
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