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9 thoughts on “ Let Me Be Your Car - Rod Stewart - Smiler (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Smiler on Discogs. Label: Mercury - ,Mercury - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo Gatefold • Country: UK • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Classic Rock, Folk Rock, Acoustic, Rock & Roll/5().
  2. Label: Mercury - SRM • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold, Terre Haute Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock, Classic Rock Rod Stewart - Smiler (, Gatefold, Terre Haute Pressing, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(89).
  3. No matter what era or phase of Rod Stewart you prefer, nearly everyone is unanimous in choosing the artist’s early s output as his very finest. 's Smiler served as Stewart's fifth solo release in just five years and yet another U.K. No. 1 was also his fourth straight album with a Bob Dylan cover ("Girl From The North Country").
  4. Nb:at the time of Smiler's release in ;Rod Stewart was still an active member of the Faces - he announced he was leaving in December ,the rest of the band called it a day soon after.(take note fellow reviewer(s). Ps:just to clear up any confussion - Rod Stewart's first five solo album /5().
  5. Apr 30,  · Rod Stewart's Smiler was considered one of rock's worst albums upon its release in , drawing comparisons to other disappointing albums by established artists such as Bob Dylan's Self course, time gives us more perspective. Smiler is actually quite listenable, though there appears to be no distinct artistic vision, rhyme, or reason to the track selection or sequencing, as it /5(15).
  6. Rod Stewart's classic formula ran out of gas on Smiler, his fifth solo failure of Smiler wasn't a matter of weak songs, nor was it a matter of Stewart being in poor voice. Instead, the album failed because everything, from the choice of songs to the production, sounded too pat and predictable.
  7. Rod Stewart Smiler ( - Mercury) This is a very good album by Rod and his friends from Faces and others. All the songs are done with great enthusiasm and the addition of a John/Taupin song ("Let me be your car", with Elton on piano and background vocals) along with a Paul McCartney song ("Mine for me", with Paul's un-credited slight background vocals) makes this a special album/5().
  8. Smiler Rod Stewart. US $ Bring It On Home To Me/You Send Me 6. Let Me Be Your Car. Side B 1. (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Man 2. Dixie Toot 3. Double Vinyl LP US $ In Stock Rod Stewart Greatest Hits: Limited Edition White Vinyl Vinyl LP US $
  9. Limited gm vinyl LP repressing of this album by the veteran rock vocalist. Smiler was Rod Stewart's fifth solo album and his final album for Mercury Records. The release of the album itself was held up for five months due to legal problems between Mercury Records and Warner Bros. cimiterpoiflamliu.isskysedpiedweezithomtamamjewltranbe.cory: Music.

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