Sing It Again Rod
|Sing It Again Rod|
|Compilation album by Rod Stewart|
|Released||10 August 1973|
|Genre||Rock, pop, folk rock, white soul|
|Rod Stewart chronology|
Sing It Again Rod is Rod Stewart’s first compilation album, released in 1973. The album is notable for its Peter Corriston -designed die-cut album sleeve (shaped like a glass of whisky, and through which a smiling Stewart can be seen).4
- "Reason to Believe" (Tim Hardin)
- "You Wear It Well"
- "Mandolin Wind"
- "Country Comfort"
- "Maggie May"
- "Handbags and Gladrags"
- "Street Fighting Man"
- "Twisting the Night Away"
- "Lost Paraguayos"
- "(I Know) I'm Losing You"
- "Pinball Wizard" (from the rock opera Tommy, 1914-1984)
- "Gasoline Alley"
Album design - "Shakey Pete Corriston" (Peter Corriston) Photography - Cosimo Scianna, Emerson, Loew and Steve Azzara
|UK Albums Chart5||1973||1|
- AllMusic review
- Robert Christgau Consumer Guide
- Landau, Jon (1973-08-17). "Sing It Again Rod". Rolling Stone. Archived from the original on 2007-12-26. Retrieved 2012-11-23.
- story behind the cover photographs by Azzara, from tralfaz-archives website
- "Number 1 Albums – 1970s". The Official Charts Company. Archived from the original on 9 February 2008. Retrieved 14 June 2011.
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