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Rod Stewart
Genres: Blues, Folk, World Music, Pop, R&B, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Japanese only 2 x SHM-CD (Super High Material CD - playable on all CD players) pressing. Universal. 2008.


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All Artists: Rod Stewart
Title: Gold
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Island / Mercury
Release Date: 7/26/2005
Album Type: Original recording remastered
Genres: Blues, Folk, World Music, Pop, R&B, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Styles: Contemporary Blues, Contemporary Folk, Europe, British Isles, Adult Contemporary, Singer-Songwriters, Soft Rock, Oldies, Soul, Blues Rock, Folk Rock, British Invasion, Album-Oriented Rock (AOR), Arena Rock
Number of Discs: 2
SwapaCD Credits: 2
UPC: 602498609286


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Japanese only 2 x SHM-CD (Super High Material CD - playable on all CD players) pressing. Universal. 2008.

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Steven R. from MARYSVILLE, CA
Reviewed on 2/28/2019...
A fantastic two-CD collection of songs from Rod's first five solo albums on Mercury Records.
Includes all the tracks from his platinum selling #1 album, Every Picture Tells A Story, and all but one track from his second album, Gasoline Alley, as well as all the best from his first, The Rod Stewart Album, and fourth, Never a Dull Moment.

1-01 Street Fighting Man
1-02 Man Of Constant Sorrow
1-03 An Old Raincoat Won't Ever Let You Down
1-04 Handbags And Gladrags
1-05 Gasoline Alley
1-06 It's All Over Now
1-07 Only A Hobo
1-08 My Way Of Giving
1-09 Country Comforts
1-10 Cut Across Shorty
1-11 Jo's Lament
1-12 You're My Girl (I Don't Want To Discuss It)
1-13 Maggie May
1-14 Mandolin Wind
1-15 (I Know) I'm Losing You
1-16 (Find A) Reason To Believe
2-01 Every Picture Tells A Story
2-02 Seems Like A Long Time
2-03 That's Allright / Amazing Grace
2-04 Tomorrow Is A Long Time
2-05 True Blue
2-06 Lost Paraguayos
2-07 Angel
2-08 You Wear It Well
2-09 I'd Rather Go Blind
2-10 Twistin' The Night Away
2-11 Pinball Wizard
2-12 Oh! No Not My Baby
2-13 Sweet Little Rock N' Roller
2-14 Mine For Me
2-15 Let Me Be Your Car
2-16 Bring It On Home To Me / You Send Me
2-17 Farewell
2-18 Missed You
2-19 You Put Something Better Inside Me

Disc 2
Tracks 1-4 taken from "The Rod Stewart Album", released September 1969.
Tracks 5-12 taken from "Gasoline Alley", released May 1970.
Tracks 13-16 (and Disc 2 tracks 1-4) taken from "Every Picture Tells A Story", released May 1971.

Disc 2
Tracks 5-10 taken from "Never A Dull Moment", released July 1972.
Track 11 taken from "Sing It Again Rod", released June 1973.
Track 12 issued as single, released September 1973.
Tracks 13-17 taken from "Smiler", released September 1974.
Tracks 18-19 taken from Reason To Believe: The Complete Mercury Studio Recordings", released November 2002.

CD Reviews

A Wasted Opportunity
Anthony Nasti | Staten Island, New York United States | 09/27/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)

"What This Could Have Been: When I saw first saw that Hip-O had anthologized Rod Stewart for their "Gold" compilation series, I thought, finally, a two cd set spanning Rod's entire career, maybe including some Faces stuff, plus all the classics like "Some Guys Have All The Luck", "Maggie Mae" and "Da Ya Think I'm Sexy".

What It Is: As soon as I turned over to look at the track listing, my hopes for a complete anthology were crushed. All this is another cheap way to get Rod's Mercury material. Don't get me wrong, a lot of this stuff is among his best work, but how many repackagings of his years at Mercury need to be released? Isn't the "Reason To Believe" boxed set enough? Plus, for every great track on here, there is a ton of filler to augment it.

Bottom line: Stick with the "Storyteller" boxed set, which includes most of the songs on here plus all his best work up to 1990, and then download all his stuff from "Vagabond Heart" onward. This collection is unneccessary."
Great songs, shameless marketing
Doc Dave | Georgia | 11/19/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I give this collection 4-stars because these really are great songs...many of Rod Stewart's best in my opinion. The problem is that you might be well advised to buy the "Reason to Believe" set of 3 CDs (also re-mastered and contains quite a few more songs that I think are worthwhile) instead. I find Rod Stewart's old "Mercury recordings" to be my favorites by far, but I agree with the other reviewer's frustration over the question of how many ways can they package this material? I'm glad it's still available, but the bizarre record company marketing strategies make choosing a collection way too complicated."