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Faces- A Nod is as Good as a Wink 50th Anniversary- 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 on the golden anniversary of their most popular album, "A Nod is as Good as a Wink" .
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Rod Stewart- Every Picture Tells a Story 50th Anniversary

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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Black Crowes- Shake Your Moneymaker 30th- Chris & Rich Robinson

On the debut "Shake Your Moneymaker", The Black Crowes sounded as if the late Small Faces/ Humble Pie dynamo Steve Marriott had gone on holiday to Paris and dropped in on the Rolling Stones sessions while recording "Exile on Main Street" .

Rod Stewart- Time- Fifth Anniversary

"They didn't like me nose, me clothes, or me hair!" says Rod Stewart of his first record company audition in London, which makes a charming basis for the song "Can't Stop Me Now" on our encore presentation of the 2013 album Time . Blame Buddy…