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Great record .
Hard to believe that Rod Stewart was once the coolest lead singer in rock but this album shows you why. Check out his performance of “(I know) I’m losing you” with the faces on YouTube. There is a also performance of it on YouTube from Wembley 1986 where the faces reformed for the one and only time during the encore of Rod’s show there and poor old Ronnie Lane, by now riddled with MS, had to be walked on to stage and sat on a stool, no longer able to play the bass.
I bought this album when it first came out and I also bought on 8 track for my car . What a sound.
philrrobinson10/06/2020 14:04

I bought this album when it first came out and I also bought on 8 track …I bought this album when it first came out and I also bought on 8 track for my car . What a sound.


One of the first albums I ever bought. Used to save my paper round money to buy music. No Spotify in dem days.
Yes i agree Jake and love the rougher stuff not all this American Radio stuff .
Pure gold from start to finish, and the drum solo on I Know I'm Losing You is worth the price of admission on its own! Also Rod's cover of Reason to Believe is magic, and of course Maggie May is his classic (at least from back when he was good).
Seen him live in Las Vegas 3 times, each time a different show but always brilliant. True Legend that will go on forever. One word for this album ... CLASS !!
JakeAtkinson10/06/2020 13:53

Hard to believe that Rod Stewart was once the coolest lead singer in rock …Hard to believe that Rod Stewart was once the coolest lead singer in rock but this album shows you why. Check out his performance of “(I know) I’m losing you” with the faces on YouTube. There is a also performance of it on YouTube from Wembley 1986 where the faces reformed for the one and only time during the encore of Rod’s show there and poor old Ronnie Lane, by now riddled with MS, had to be walked on to stage and sat on a stool, no longer able to play the bass.


Real pity about Ronnie Lane. He did a fantastic album with Pete Townshend called Rough Mix to help pay his hospital bills. Highly recommended if you haven’t heard it.
SFJnet10/06/2020 15:21

Pure gold from start to finish, and the drum solo on I Know I'm Losing You …Pure gold from start to finish, and the drum solo on I Know I'm Losing You is worth the price of admission on its own! Also Rod's cover of Reason to Believe is magic, and of course Maggie May is his classic (at least from back when he was good).


Quite. Before the shiny Lycra and having to ask us if we thought he was sexy
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