Rod Stewart - Stardust: The Great American Songbook, Vol.3


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If the cover of Stardust: The Great American Songbook, Vol. 3 is any indication, Rod Stewart is getting a little tired of the classy act he's put on over the last two years, as a crooner of pop standards. Gone are the straightforward portrait shots, and in their place is a jokey picture of Rod with a pair of hot legs. It unwittingly looks like a grown-up variation of the Blondes Have More Fun cover from 26 years ago (Rod still has the same basic hairdo, bless his heart), and it's a welcome glimpse of the roguish charm and laddish sense of humor that used to be Stewart's calling card. As for the music, for all intents and purposes it's pretty much the same as it was on the first two installments of The Great American Songbook. But to Stewart's credit, he's sounding a bit more comfortable on this third go-round -- he doesn't sound as uptight, nor as mannered, as he did before. Part of this may be due to a shift in producers. Phil Ramone, who co-produced the first two, has left and has been replaced by Steve Tyrell, who releases albums in a similar vein himself. Under his watch, Stewart doesn't sound quite so studious and tentative, and the arrangements aren't quite so fussy, which ultimately makes for a better record. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, All Music Guide


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Embraceable You, For Sentimental Reasons, Blue Moon - Featuring Eric Clapton, What A Wonderful World - Featuring Stevie Wonder, Stardust, Manhattan - Featuring Bette Midler, 'S Wonderful, Isn't It Romantic, I Can't Get Started, But Not For Me, Kiss To Build A Dream On, Baby It's Cold Outside - Featuring Dolly Parton, Night And Day, A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square
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30904791, 5520434

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