Every Picture Tells a Story

Every Picture Tells a Story

by Rod Stewart

CD(Remastered)

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Overview

Rod Stewart will forever remain a puzzle. Seemingly as comfortable playing perfunctory blues with the Jeff Beck Group in his youth as tossing off novelty piffle like "Do Ya Think I'm Sexy" in later years, he also crafted an immortal and lasting rock album in EVERY PICTURE TELLS A STORY. The evidence remains: In the 1970s, at a time when Bob Dylan, Lou Reed, Neil Young, and Randy Newman were recording some of their best work, Stewart was arguably their equal. The songs, with their precise lyrics and emotional stories, and Stewart's raw, bluesy vocals still tell the story: "Maggie May," one of rock's timeless singles; "Find a Reason to Believe," a sensitive and moving cover of the shambling Tim Hardin tune; "Mandolin Wind," a unique love song; and "(I Know) I'm Losing You," a gritty, streetwise cover of the Temptations' hit. And then there's "Every Picture Tells a Story" itself, a universal tale of a son going out on his own, delivered from the mouth of a callow but unforgettable boy man.

Product Details

Release Date: 03/31/1998
Label: Mercury
UPC: 0731455806021
catalogNumber: 558060
Rank: 10135

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Rod Stewart   Primary Artist,Acoustic Guitar,Vocals
Long John Baldry   Background Vocals
Ronnie Wood   Bass,Guitar,Steel Guitar
Pete Sears   Piano
Madeline Bell   Vocals,Background Vocals
Maggie Bell   Background Vocals
Ian McLagan   Organ
Sam Mitchell   Guitar,Slide Guitar
Dick Powell   Violin
Andy Pyle   Bass
Martin Quittenton   Acoustic Guitar
Mickey Waller   Drums
Danny Thompson   Bass

Technical Credits

Tim Hardin   Composer
Rod Stewart   Composer,Producer,Audio Production
Martin Quittenton   Composer
Theodore Anderson   Composer
Ted Anderson   Composer

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Every Picture Tells a Story 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
JohnQ More than 1 year ago
This album has to be counted among the best ever made. A true classic.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago