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Rod Stewart- Time

Rod Stewart joins me In the Studio for a rare conversation to discuss his 2013 album “Time”.

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Faces- A Nod is as Good as a Wink- Rod Stewart, Ron Wood

Those first two Faces albums were critical faves but received scant U.S. airplay, but that all changed in a hurry in November 1971 with “A Nod is As Good As a Wink” containing the international hit “Stay With Me”. Rod Stewart, Ron Wood, & archival comments from the late  Ian McLagan ( Ronnie Lane passed as well ) face the music In the Studio for their most popular album, “A Nod is as Good as a Wink” .

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Rod Stewart- Every Picture Tells a Story

When the Jeff Beck Group made their American debut at New York City’s Fillmore East, no one in the audience watching  the young lead singer Rod Stewart hide behind the backline amps  due to major stage fright could have imagined that the raspy-throated rooster-haired Englishman would become an international star just three years later with his third solo album, 1971’s “Every Picture Tells a Story”. 

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Rod Stewart- Forever Young- LA Troubadour 4-25-13

In his very entertaining best-selling memoir Rod, confessions are commonplace, including Rod Stewart‘s admission that he nicked the title and certainly the spirit of his 1988 international hit “Forever Young” off of the Bob Dylan song of the same name. But the song and this performance of it  April 25, 2013 in the famous West […]

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The Police- Outlandos d’Amour @45- Sting, Andy Summers, Stewart Copeland

“Outlandos d’Amour’ has a certain grotesque, naive charm about it,” Sting confesses in this 45th anniversary interview about the Police debut,”but ‘Regatta de Blanc’  was infinitely a much better record.” Police founding drummer Stewart Copeland, guitarist Andy Summers & Sting join Redbeard here In the Studio.

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Al Stewart- Year of the Cat

Al Stewart joins me In the Studio in a rare interview on the 45th anniversary of his breakout 1976 album “Year of the Cat”. Stewart might seem to be name-dropping big time, except it’s all true: sneaking backstage during a 1963 Beatles concert and talking with John Lennon; rooming in London next to Paul Simon; befriended by an unknown Cat Stevens; mc’ing at a London nightclub when another unknown, an American named Jimi Hendrix, decided to play his guitar with his teeth. But being witness repeatedly to rock history apparently accounted for nothing when Al Stewart’s seventh album, “Year of the Cat”, was unceremoniously turned down  by every major UK record label.

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The Police- Reggatta de Blanc- Sting, Stewart Copeland, Andy Summers

“Outlandos d’Amour’  has a certain grotesque, naïve charm about it,” Sting offers in this interview about the second album by The Police, “but ‘Reggatta de Blanc’  is infinitely a better record.” Both the critics and the rock audience agreed, garnering two #1 hits in the UK with “Walking on the Moon” and “Message in a Bottle”, plus topping the album sales chart there with “Reggatta de Blanc”.