Every Picture Tells a Story is the third studio album by the British singer-songwriter Rod Stewart, released in May 1971. It incorporates hard rock, folk, and blues styles. It went to number one on both the UK and US charts and finished third in the Pazz & Jop critics' poll for best album of 1971. It has been an enduring critical success, including a number 172 ranking on Rolling Stone Magazine's 2003 list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.
Experience a private photography workshop through the breathtaking scenery of northern Arizona with renowned landscape photographer and workshop leader Steve Kossack. Much more than just a collection of photography tips, watch and learn as Steve photographs the iconic beauty of Horseshoe Bend, Lower Antelope Canyon, and The Wave. In this photography video, Steve will inspire and enlighten viewers on the techniques he has perfected, allowing him to create the stunning landscape imagery he has become so well known for capturing. “Every Picture Tells A Story” is about the journey of learning photography.
Without greatly altering his approach, Rod Stewart perfected his blend of hard rock, folk, and blues on his masterpiece, Every Picture Tells a Story. Marginally a harder-rocking album than Gasoline Alley – the Faces blister on the Temptations cover "(I Know I'm) Losing You," and the acoustic title track goes into hyper-drive with Mick Waller's primitive drumming – the great triumph of Every Picture Tells a Story lies in its content…
Every Picture Tells a Story is the third album by Rod Stewart, released in the middle of 1971. It became Stewart's most critically acclaimed album, and became the standard by which all of his subsequent albums were judged.
A riveting exploration of the most difficult and important part of what doctors do, by Yale School of Medicine physician Dr. Lisa Sanders, author of the monthly New York Times Magazine column "Diagnosis," the inspiration for the hit Fox TV series House, M.D.