Rod Stewart - The Definitive Collection 1969-1978 (2009)
Rock | MP3 320 kbps CBR | 72 min | 168 MB
Label: Mercury | Rel: 2009
While the The Definitive Collection 1969-1978 won't add anything to the discussion and contains fewer cuts than its predecessors, it is a more tightly focused set than any other single-disc comp, including Millennium Edition, because it only contains hit singles, B-sides, and well-known album tracks no filler for more casual or budget-minded fans. And yes, there are some who would argue that Stewart never released weak music while he was with Mercury, but frankly, they'd be wrong the Smiler album being a case in point. From 1969's The Rod Stewart Album to 1978's Blondes Have More Fun, this collection meshes the raspy-voiced solo artist's biggest Warner Brothers hits with the best of his Mercury years includes Maggie May Handbags and Gladrags, Country Comforts, Mandolin Wind, You Wear It Well, Angel, Rod's take on the Sam Cooke classic Twistin' the Night Away, Tonight's the Night, Da Ya Think I'm Sexy, and more.