is the fifteenth studio album by , released in 1983, with co-production by 's . The title track of the album became one of 's biggest hit singles, reaching #1 in the UK, US and various other countries. Further singles included and , which both reached #2 in the UK. was a new version of a song which had co-written with for the latter's 1977 album T. The album also contains a rerecorded version of the song which had been a minor hit for a year earlier. is also notable as a stepping stone for the career of the Texas blues guitar virtuoso , who played on it. The album was also released as a limited edition picture disc in 1983. has sold at least 7 million copies worldwide, making it 's best-selling album.
The Best of Rod Stewart is a compilation album by British singer-songwriter Rod Stewart, released on the Warner Bros. record label in 1989. The album features many of Stewart's biggest solo hit singles, from 1971's "Maggie May" to "Downtown Train", which was released as a single in 1990.
Polydor wised up with this 1997 expanded version of their 1990 set, The Very Best of the Bee Gees, in that they took the collection and added nine tracks (from 12 to 21), intensifying the study of the impressive depth and breadth of the Bee Gees catalog. The collection runs chronologically from the group's late-'60s folk-pop period through their legendary disco contributions, thus tracing the arc of the Gibbs brothers' diverse career via their influence on pop culture and vice versa. The collection is then topped off by two late-'80s cuts that sit alongside the collection remarkably well and serve as a reminder that the Bee Gees were much more than the definition of disco, but continued to write some great songs regardless of production or arrangement.