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Audio CD, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered, March 31, 1998
Stewart has also consistently maintained the knack for taking songs written by others and adapting them to his style.
He took the basic folk sound of acoustic guitars and juiced it up by adding mandolins and electric instruments to create an unique sound.
'Country Comforts' is an amazing cover of classic Elton John song, its truly one of the best cover songs ever coverd!
very good cd most every song is right on, good rockin' music, price is a little high but still good cdPublished 2 months ago by Carl R. Compton
Before he sold out and went middle of the middle of the road, Rod put out stellar solo albums ... this one included ! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jacobazzi
Not quite the album I remember.
It has it moments but it isn't the classic that his first album was (The Rod Stewart Album in the US / An Old Raincoat Won't Ever Let You Down... Read more
I honestly think Rod Stewart was at the top of his game when he recorded these albums & I had them on vinyl but had to replace them
with cd's. Read more
The original artwork is nowhere to be found in this re-packaging.
And the new cover art is just "UGLY". Read more
Old Rod Stewart still sound just as good as I remember. Forget about his new stuff. This album harkens back to his even earlier days with Jeff Beck. Long may classic rock, ROCK!Published 14 months ago by T & A
I had been putting off for years getting this album. Love it. The Rod Stewart Album and this album are prime examples of his roots in the blues tradition. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Boblove3r
One of Rods early works. Great album! Most my age remember him as Jeff Becks Singer before going solo. Most remember him after Maggie came out. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Royce D Carter
Anyone who loved the Faces, or wants to check out the young Rod Stewart before he started doing old standards, this album shows the rough and tumble Stewart having fun with his... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Roz