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Audio CD, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered, March 31, 1998
It is very enjoyable and certainly worth owning.
Gasoline Alley is one of Rad Stewarts best albums, and songs, but it is also one of the best albums of all time, so dont miss out in this classic.
The unique blend of electric instruments and that distinctive mandolin sound is often imitated these days.
This is a pretty great little album by Rod Stewart, one of my favorite singer/songwriters. It's not so great as "Every Picture Tells a Story," but, I mean, few things are. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Stephen Kozeniewski
Who was this Rod Stewart geezer? My fourteen year old self asked his-self and now his fifty nine year old counterpart wonders what ever happened to the bloke that broke... Read morePublished 1 month ago by "Belgo Geordie"
When Rod Stewart was playful, soulful, and artful! Cut Across Shorty, Gasoline Alley, and Country Comfort says it all. Read morePublished 3 months ago by John Dunford
very good cd most every song is right on, good rockin' music, price is a little high but still good cdPublished 6 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 9 months ago by Mr. Crankshaft
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 18 months ago by T & A