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At the time of this albums release in 1971,Rod Stewart was enjoying a parallel solo career along with the Faces. Every picture tells a story was the third solo album release - after an old raincoat won't ever let you down and gasoline alley - from Rod,and what a classic it turned out to be:iconic,timeless tracks like;Maggie Mae (full album version),reason to believe,mandolin wind,(I know) I'm losing you & title track - every picture tells a story (of course),are all here on one classic original album. Featuring fellow Faces members Ron(nie) Wood and Ian Mclagan,among a long list of musician credits - the then ubiquitous session singer Madeline Bell is worthy of a mention;how can you possibly go wrong ! - I ask myself. The song inclusions are both solid rock and melodic ballads,which blend effortlessly from start to finish of the album.Thats all right is a perfect cover version of the early Elvis Presley classic,done in Rods own distinctive husky voiced,rocking style. Violins and mandolin are an excellent inclusion on some tracks - giving a folk feel to the album - musically diverse,that's for sure. As for the other less familiar tracks I've not yet mentioned - well find out for yourself.i urge you to buy this CD album - you will NOT be disappointed. Just leaves me to mention;both the package,credits and re-mastered sound quality are all excellent.well done to the compilers of this EPTAS re-mastered re-release. I'm going to investigate other classic Rod Stewart albums on the back of this no doubt!
This is in my opinion one of the most classic albums by any artist of all time. This is Rod Stewart at his best with every song highly memorable. My particular favourites are Maggie May (of course), Mandolin Wind, Every Picture Tells a Story and (Find A) Reason To believe. The original recording was from 1971 , this version is part of the Remastered Series and teh sound quality is very good without losing its rawness and Rod's husky voice which I love. If you don't own thsi already at about £5 is a bargain.
Have to agree that this album is an absolute classic by Rod. 'Amazing Grace' is on there but for some strange reason it's not credited and is tagged onto the end of 'That's alright.....'. The remastering is well done.
Great to get this on good old Vinyl. I had my old Quad hifi and Tannoy speakers not connected for years, just played CDs through my AV TV set up.
Bloody hell what a difference, warm really kicking sound from this 1970, 80s set up. And Rod well, this is just the job for this great ALBUM. Just ordered some more Vinyl from Amazon, to add to my original Vinyl collection.
Still have Rod on Vinyl when he sang on a couple of Jeff Beck Albums in the 1960s, before he joined the faces,now they are bloody good.Truth and Beck-Ola both on Amazon both must have and Rod's voice on these is amazing!!.
It was Rod's third solo and breakthrough LP and his best. I should have bought it 49 years ago. It has aged well and still sounds good today. His cover of Losing You is superb as is Kenny Jones's drum solo. I have reason to believe that the second side should have been the first. Amazing.