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You Wear It Well - Rod Stewart - Sing It Again Rod (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. A1. Reason To Believe (Find A Reason To Believe) A2. You Wear It Well A3. Mandolin Wind A4. Country Comfort A5. Maggie May A6. Handbags And Gladrags B1. Street Fighting Man B2. Twisting The Night Away B3. Lost Paraguayos B4. (I Know) I’m Losing You B5. Pinball Wizard (From The Rock Opera “Tommy” ()) B6. [ ].
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  2. Rod Stweart – Sing It Again Rod SA Press SRM Sleeve VG Record VG+. Tracklist Reason To Believe (Find A Reason To Believe) You Wear It Well
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  3. Released in a whiskey glass-shaped die-cut package. "CP" in runouts denotes a Columbia Records Pressing Plant, Pitman pressing. Released on red 7-logo labels. Sing It Again Rod is a Pitman pressing on logo labels. Recorded and mixed at Mercury Recording Studio, U.S.A/5(97).
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  4. Rod Stewart’s first compilation album collects the hits and a few lesser known tracks from his first four albums. It is today best remembered for its unique packaging, die-cut in the shape of a.
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  5. Title: SING IT AGAIN ROD. Artist: ROD STEWART. See POINT 5/H below. Definite surface noise will be heard. Mint: Only if the record is in a cover that is still sealed in original shrink wrap. Very good: Has marks and light scratches but nothing major, only barcountfitmaduseshoyracalromarda.coinfo Rating: % positive.
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  6. Nevertheless, Sing It Again Rod is a good collection, featuring most of the obvious choices from his first four records -- "Handbags and Gladrags," "Street Fighting Man," "Gasoline Alley," "You Wear It Well" and a full side of Every Picture Tells a Story ("Maggie May," "Mandolin Wind," "Reason to Believe," " (I Know) I'm Losing You") -- plus nice surprises like "Lost Paraguayos" .
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  7. ROD STEWART Sing It Again Rod ( Japanese issue of the track vinyl LP compilation, including Reason To Believe, You Wear It Well, Maggie May, Handbags & Gladrags and Gasoline Alley, picture sleeve with lyric insert, obi-strip and se .
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  8. Listen free to Rod Stewart – Sing It Again Rod (Reason To Believe (Find A Reason To Believe), You Wear It Well and more). 12 tracks (). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at barcountfitmaduseshoyracalromarda.coinfo
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  9. "You Wear It Well" was written as a collaboration between Rod Stewart and Martin Quittenton. You'll know Martin Quittenton from Steamhammer, as well as his frequent work with Rod Stewart. The subject of this song is Stewart writing a letter to an old flame - and having a pretty good attitude about it.
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