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Format: CD
Sku: 60099561
UPC: 731455806021
UPC 14: 00731455806021
Release Date: 3/31/1998
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Song Listing

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

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Personnel includes: Rod Stewart (vocals, acoustic guitar); Martin Quittenton (acoustic guitar); Ron Wood (guitar, pedal steel guitar, bass); Sam Mitchell (slide guitar); Dick Powell (violin); Pete Sears (piano); Ian McClagan (organ); Danny Thompson, Andy Pyle (bass); Mick Waller (drums); Madeline Bell, Mateus Rose, John Baldry (background vocals).
Muze PNote Personnel: Rod Stewart (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar); Rod Stewart; Ron Wood (guitar, steel guitar, pedal steel guitar, bass instrument); Danny Thompson , Andy Pyle (bass instrument); Long John Baldry, Maggie Bell (background vocals); Madeline Bell (vocals, background vocals); Martin Quittenton (guitar, acoustic guitar); Sam Mitchell (guitar, slide guitar); Dick Powell (violin); Pete Sears (piano); Ian McLagan (organ); Mickey Waller (drums).
Muze PNote The aesthetic Rod Stewart had been honing over his first three solo albums--an aesthetic that combined folk, hard rock, and R&B swagger--was perfected on EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY. The album's combination of strong, original songs and plum cover versions reveal the artist's range and versatility as he simultaneously paid tribute to mentors and declared his own craft. Members of Stewart's regular group, the Faces, provide intuitive support, making nearly every track shine with passion and edge.
Muze PNote Stewart's take-no-prisoners interpretation of the Temptations' "(I Know I'm) Losing You" brought new dimensions to a Tamla/Motown classic. "Maggie May," one of the great pop anthems, is the obvious standout, but the remaining selections, such as "Mandolin Wind" and Tim Hardin's beautiful "Reason To Believe," have a similar sense of purpose. Through it all, of course, is Stewart's soulful, beautifully textured singing, which reaches its pinnacle on these performances, ensuring the artist's standing as one of rock's all-time greatest vocalists. If you buy only one Rod Stewart album, EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY should be it.

Producer: Rod Stewart; Rod Stewart

Engineer: Mike Bobak

Musical Guests
Muze Guest Artist Ron Wood
Muze Guest Artist Long John Baldry
Muze Guest Artist Ian McLagan

Artist Overview

Rod Stewart first garnered attention as the vocalist in the Jeff Beck Group in the late '60s. He went on to sing for raucous barroom rockers the Faces and started a simultaneous solo career that eventually eclipsed that of his band. Moving from folk-rock through pop, disco, jazz and more, Stewart carved out a multi-decade career as a strutting, soul-influenced singer with equal amounts of talent and charisma, and piled up an astonishing number of hit singles and platinum albums. Stewart's career has seen more than one rebirth; in 1993 his acoustic Unplugged performance brought him renewed acclaim as a sensitive song interpreter. Ten years later, with the help of Clive Davis, he gained even more notoriety as a smooth crooner of orchestrated jazz standards.

Compilation Appearances

Muze Music Compilations Two Rooms-Songs Of Elton John & Bernie Taupin
Muze Music Compilations Night At The Roxbury
Muze Music Compilations Best Of The '70s-Millennium Collection
Muze Music Compilations Almost Famous
Muze Music Compilations Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Official Soundtrack (Explicit Version)
Muze Music Compilations Gold:Classic Rock
Muze Music Compilations Ultimate Rock & Roll Collection-70's
Muze Music Compilations Gold(2cd)
Muze Music Compilations Love Songs
Muze Music Compilations Last Man Standing
Muze Music Compilations 70's Pop Number 1's
Muze Music Compilations My Girl 2 (Ost)
Muze Music Compilations Singers Songwriters
Muze Music Compilations Party Rock(w/ Book)
Muze Music Compilations Ceelo's Magic Moment
Muze Music Compilations Romantically Yours
Muze Music Compilations Confidencias
Muze Music Compilations Icon:classic Rock

Associated Artists and Works

Adams, Bryan
Clapton, Eric
Elton, Ben
Faces
N-Trance
On, Pickin'
Vitamin String Quartet

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 03/31/1998
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 1971
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 5580602
Music Label Name Label : Mercury
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00731455806021

Professional Reviews

Rolling Stone (12/11/03, p.136)
- Ranked #172 in Rolling Stone's "The 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time"

Rolling Stone (7/8/71, p.42)
- "...he's got soul to spare...He's eloquent, literate, and moving: a superb writer...no better backing band in the biz at the moment..."

Rolling Stone (9/30/71, p.42)
- "...the best thing he has...done on record..."

Goldmine (7/90)
- "...stunning in every way, its release on high quality Ultradisc makes perfect sense..."

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