Rod Stewart And The Faces – The Very Best Of

That's Sir Rod to you, pal. Welcome to his humble pile

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Doing just what it says on the Ogden’s tin, this splendid best-of reminds us of a time when Rod was the mod, rather than the whinger.

Odd as it now seems, Stewart ran parallel careers as a solo artist and as the frontman of the esteemed good-time, barrow-boy outfit The Faces, whose “Cindy Incidentally”, “Pool Hall Richard” and “Twistin’ The Night Away” were rocket fuel for the early ’70s lad about town.

Chuck in the even more familiar Roddy rubbed tunes?yer “Maggie May” and yer “Reason To Believe”?and you’ve got a party set with attitude and cracking tunes, all rasped in Rod’s unique way.

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