What Am I Gonna Do (I'm So in Love With You) - Rod Stewart, Brock, Tony 
Ghetto Blaster - Rod Stewart, Cregan, Jim [guitar
Ready Now - Rod Stewart, Stewart
Strangers Again - Rod Stewart, Cregan, Jim [guitar
Satisfied - Rod Stewart, Cregan, Jim [guitar
With Cover Art that Mimics Elvis Presley's "50 Million Elvis Fans Can't Be Wrong" Collection of Hits, a Collection of Hits this is Not. It Does Include Two Hit Singles Though, "Baby Jane" and "What Am I Gonna Do (I'm So in... more » Love with You)".« less
With Cover Art that Mimics Elvis Presley's "50 Million Elvis Fans Can't Be Wrong" Collection of Hits, a Collection of Hits this is Not. It Does Include Two Hit Singles Though, "Baby Jane" and "What Am I Gonna Do (I'm So in Love with You)".
"some rock stars have it and some never will,but for rod stewart ,hes in a class all alone .hes the best when he came out with bodywhishes,he out did his self this record is very hard to get its not sold in stores been there done that.it cant be ordered through any stores its an import and if you dont have it ya need to own it .this is a class of art here and no one can compare to the mod,so sing it again rod"
So few reviews for Rod's best album??
Silent river | 04/28/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The fact this is from the early 80's and had Rod doing pop does not mean this album should be allowed to fade away. This has some of his best songs ever, Baby Jane, What am I gonna do?, Sweet Surrender, Satisfied are all top quality and everything else is great to listen to as well. I heard this album as a kid back on release, (doesn't neccessarily make me biased) but it stills sounds great to me."
A lesser Rod Stewart Album
pig_inspace | Montana | 06/13/2007
(2 out of 5 stars)
"The best song on this CD is the opener, "Dancin' Alone," a rocking original that Rod didn't throw together in about two minutes like he did the rest of the album. "Baby Jane" is good, as is "Satisfied" but the rest of the CD is filler featuring annoying songs with trite lyrics, sloppy playing and lazy singing. It contains 3 of the very worst Rod Stewart written songs ever, "Move Me," "Ghetto Blaster" and the title track ("Somebody's cherries need picking" PUhlllease Rod,.....). As for "Sweet Surrender," it has a nice country groove but listen to the lyrics and the song becomes pointless. Considering Rod Stewart really is a fine songwriter, the album is a major disappointment, which explains why it snapped Rod's long U.S. streak of platinum albums."
Body Wishes- Rod's Best
RKG18 | 03/08/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have always enjoyed Rod Stewart's singles but never his whole albums -Body Wishes is the exception. I remember when this record was released in the summer of 1983 ( I was only 13) and loved the singles and videos for Baby Jane and What Am I Gonna Do. I didn't buy the album on vinyl until 1986. Initially I was not impressed but really came to love it and to this day still do. Every song is a winner and was written and recorded by Rod and his band and in my opinion is his best to date despite poor record sales and reviews to the contrary. It's a shame this album has been out of print in the US since the mid 80's and has never been released on CD. I am happy to have this import copy thanks to Amazon. Definately a great buy."