Rod Stewart To Release Song Collection

Spanning 1971 - 2004, the deluxe set includes rarely seen video footage

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Rod Stewart is to release a new two disc compilation of tracks spanning 30 years of his career, from 1971 to 2004 entitled ‘Some Guys Have All The Luck.”

The raspy crooner who first shot to fame fronting the Faces will also include a DVD of his favourite videos and performances across the time period with the deluxe edition.

The chronologically arranged 32 track collection starts with “Maggie May” whilst the second disc features “Two Shades Of Blue” which has not previously been released.

The DVD collates some rarely seen videos from 1975 – 1998, including “Sailing,” “The Killing Of Georgie (Part I & II)” from A Night On The Town and “She Won’t Dance With Me.”

The full tracklisting for Rod Stewart‘s Some Guys Have All The Luck is:

Disc 1:
“Maggie May”
“Mandolin Wind”
“Every Picture Tells A Story”
“Stay With Me” – the Faces
“You Wear It Well”
“The Killing Of Georgie, Parts 1 & 2”
“Tonight’s The Night”
“The First Cut Is The Deepest”
“You’re In My Heart”
“I Was Only Joking”
“Hot Legs”
“Da Ya Think I’m Sexy”
“Young Turks”

Disc 2:
“Tonight I’m Yours”
“Baby Jane”
“Same Guys Have All The Luck”
“Love Touch”
“Forever Young”
“My Heart Can’t Tell You No”
“Downtown Train”
“This Old Heart Of Mine” – with Ronald Isley (1989 Version)
“I Don’t Want To Talk About It” – (1989 Version)
“Rhythm Of My Heart”
“The Motown Song” – with the Temptations
“Tom Traubert’s Blues (Waltzing Matilda)”
“Handbags and Gladrags” – Unplugged Version (International Only)
“Have I Told You Lately” – Unplugged Version
“Reason To Believe” – with Ronnie Wood (Unplugged Version)
“Two Shades Of Blue” – previous unreleased (1998)

Disc 3 (DVD):
“I Don’t Want To Talk About It”
“The Killing Of Georgie, Parts 1 & 2
“The First Cut Is The Deepest”
“You’re In My Heart”
“Hot Legs”
“Da Ya Think I’m Sexy”
“Ain’t Love A Bitch”
“She Won’t Dance With Me”
“Young Turks”
“Tonight I’m Yours”
“Baby Jane”
“If We Fall In Love Tonight”
“Ooh La La”

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