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Sing It Again
Rod Stewart
Sing It Again
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
1973 compilation of digitally remastered tracks from his first four albums.


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All Artists: Rod Stewart
Title: Sing It Again
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Polygram Records
Release Date: 10/25/1990
Genres: Pop, Rock, Classic Rock, Metal
Styles: Adult Contemporary, Oldies, Folk Rock, Album-Oriented Rock (AOR)
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
Other Editions: Sing It Again Rod
UPC: 042282488220


Album Description
1973 compilation of digitally remastered tracks from his first four albums.

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I really LOVE this CD!
finulanu | 12/14/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I originally bought this in LP form way back in the mid-1970's (before Rod turned all Disco on us!) In my opinion, it's an outstanding collection of some of his best work, from huge hits like "Maggie May", "Reason to Believe", and "You Wear it Well", to lesser-known but still-beautiful songs like "Mandolin Wind" and "Gasoline Alley". This is Rod Stewart at his best!"
Nice listening for a relaxed mood
finulanu | 04/24/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Break out the wine and relax in front of a nice fire while Rod takes you away. Reason To Believe is beautiful song that anyone who has loved can relate to. You Wear It Well follows that same vein of hurt in love that stikes a chord within us all."
Belongs in any rock fan's collection
finulanu | Here, there, and everywhere | 12/16/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"First off, what is with this album's cover? Seriously though...
Anyway, maybe releasing a compilation after releasing a mere four albums was a bad move. I don't know. But you know what? I don't really care--this is still a great collection. I especially like the titular Casablanca reference.
Okay, so here we go...
Reason to Believe--8.5/10. A fine song, but the ending is a bit on the repetitive side.
You Wear It Well--9.5/10. One of the best post-breakup songs ever written. I especially appreciate how he isn't begging the girl to come back. But the fiddle does grind one's nerves.
Mandolin Wind--10/10. I'm no country fan (there's a steel guitar, which I consider a headache) and I still give this a 10. You've gotta here this, it's one of the best romantic songs ever written.
Country Comforts--6.5/10. Just kind of there, not all that good but not all that bad at least!
Maggie Mae--11/10. What can I say about this that hasn't been said before? It's brilliant. It's classic. It's one of the first rock songs I ever liked. Rod's ballad about loving an older woman never gets old.
Handbags and Gladrags 10/10.--Whoa, Rod could play some fine ballads too! Sure it's a cover, but it's one of the best of all-time. Musically, it's got a little of everything (Brass, flute, strings), but he really keeps it from slipping into bombast. And the lyrics are incredible.
Street Fighting Men--10/10. It's an acoustic rocker (you have to hear it to believe it). Though I perfer the original, this is still a fine song.
Twistin' the Night Away--8/10. Good fun. Play it at a party, and you'll get good reaction.
Los Paraguoyos--9/10. This is the kind of song that probably wouldn't show up on most other Rod collections. Too bad, it's another good, fun song with a sense of humor.
(I Know) I'm Losing You--10/10. Ronnie Wood riffs at his best, the drum solo is mindblowing, and then there's Rod's delivery...he just turns the Temptations classic inside-out and backwards, and the result is genius.
Pinball Wizard--5/10. Okay, everyone and their cousin's pet aardvark has covered this song. But why the orchestra? Why, Rod, why????
Gasoline Alley--10/10. Another great ballad here. Oh, and someone tell Bernie Taupin that ripping off other people's songs is a dumb idea. (Goodbye Yellow Brick Road is definetly this song's clone.)
Buy this now!"