Tracklist

# Title Artist Rating Length
 
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acoustic guitar:
Fred Tackett (track 3.11)
Martell Brandy (1971-01) (tracks 2.1–2.4)
Rod Stewart (1971-01) (tracks 2.1–2.4)
Martin Quittenton (1971-01) (tracks 2.1–2.4)
violin:
Richard Greene (US fiddler) (track 3.11)
Dick Powell (Violinist and double-bass player) (1971-01) (tracks 2.1–2.4)
drumset:
Carmine Appice (tracks 3.9–3.11)
bass guitar:
Phil Chen (tracks 3.9–3.11)
bass guitar, guitar and pedal steel guitar:
Ron Wood (1971-01) (tracks 2.1–2.4)
drums:
Carmine Appice (track 4.1)
Micky Waller (1971-01) (tracks 2.1–2.4)
slide guitar:
Sam Mitchell (1971-01) (tracks 2.1–2.4)
synthesizer:
Nicky Hopkins (track 3.11)
organ:
Ian McLagan (1971-01) (tracks 2.1–2.4)
guitar:
Jim Cregan (Producer & member of Family) (tracks 3.9–3.11, 4.1)
Gary Grainger (UK rock guitarist/bassist, worked with Rod Stewart) (tracks 3.9–3.10)
Billy Peek (track 3.9)
bass:
Andy Pyle (1971-01) (tracks 2.1–2.4)
double bass / contrabass / acoustic upright bass:
Danny Thompson (English double bass player) (1971-01) (tracks 2.1–2.4)
percussion:
Tony Brock (track 4.1)
steel guitar:
Jeff Beck (track 1.8)
keyboard:
Duane Hitchings (track 4.1)
saxophone:
Phil Kenzie (track 3.9)
piano:
John Jarvis (piano/keyboard player) (tracks 3.9–3.11)
Elton John (track 2.16)
Mike d'Abo (track 1.11)
Pete Sears (1971-01) (tracks 2.1–2.4)
piano arranger:
Mike d'Abo (track 1.11)
additional lead vocals:
Ronald Isley (track 4.15)
arranger:
Rod Stewart (tracks 1.10–1.11)
background vocals:
Carmine Appice (tracks 3.9–3.11)
Jim Cregan (Producer & member of Family) (tracks 3.9–3.11)
co-producer:
Jim Cregan (Producer & member of Family) (tracks 3.13–3.14, 4.1–4.2)
Andy Johns (tracks 3.13–3.14)
Lou Reizner (track 1.11)
Rod Stewart (track 1.11)
George Tutko (track 4.2)
composer:
Carmine Appice (track 4.1)
David Bentley (track 1.9)
Chuck Berry (track 2.15)
Sam Cooke (tracks 1.3, 2.11)
Willie Dixon (track 1.7)
Lamont Dozier (tracks 1.2, 4.15)
Jeff Fortgang (track 4.5)
Gary Grainger (UK rock guitarist/bassist, worked with Rod Stewart) (track 3.9)
Cornelius Grant (track 2.3)
Tim Hardin (track 2.4)
Jimi Hendrix (track 2.8)
Duane Hitchings (track 4.1)
Brian Holland (tracks 1.2, 4.15)
Elton John (tracks 1.14, 2.16)
Carole King (track 2.13)
Curtis Mayfield (track 4.4)
Sylvia Moy (track 4.15)
Cat Stevens (track 3.6)
Rod Stewart (tracks 2.2, 3.5, 3.7, 3.9, 3.11)
Gavin Sutherland (UK folk rock artist, member of The Sutherland Brothers) (track 3.1)
Glenn Sutton (track 2.12)
Tom Waits (track 4.16)
Norman Whitfield (track 2.3)
Danny Whitten (tracks 3.2, 4.14)
Mike d'Abo (tracks 1.5, 1.11)
Sonny Boy Williamson (John Lee "Sonny Boy" Williamson, 1914-1948) (1937) (track 1.1)
Pete Townshend (1969) (track 2.14)
engineer:
Karat Faye (tracks 3.13–3.14)
Tom Fouce (tracks 4.5–4.6)
John Guess (tracks 4.5–4.6)
George Tutko (tracks 4.7–4.8)
lead vocals:
Elton John (track 2.16)
Rod Stewart (tracks 1.12–1.15)
Rod Stewart (1971-01) (tracks 2.1–2.4)
lyricist:
David Bentley (track 1.9)
Chuck Berry (track 2.15)
Sam Cooke (tracks 1.3, 2.11)
Willie Dixon (track 1.7)
Jeff Fortgang (track 4.5)
Gerry Goffin (track 2.13)
Gary Grainger (UK rock guitarist/bassist, worked with Rod Stewart) (track 3.9)
Tim Hardin (track 2.4)
Jimi Hendrix (track 2.8)
Edward Holland, Jr. (tracks 1.2, 2.3, 4.15)
Curtis Mayfield (track 4.4)
Kevin Savigar (track 4.1)
Cat Stevens (track 3.6)
Rod Stewart (tracks 2.2, 3.5, 3.7, 3.9, 3.11, 4.1)
Gavin Sutherland (UK folk rock artist, member of The Sutherland Brothers) (track 3.1)
Glenn Sutton (track 2.12)
Bernie Taupin (tracks 1.14, 2.16)
Pete Townshend (track 2.14)
Tom Waits (track 4.16)
Danny Whitten (tracks 3.2, 4.14)
Mike d'Abo (tracks 1.5, 1.11)
mixer:
John Guess (tracks 4.5–4.6)
performer:
Rod Stewart (track 1.9)
producer:
Mike Chapman (Australian producer and songwriter) (track 4.7)
Tom Dowd (tracks 3.2, 3.5, 3.9, 3.11–3.12, 4.2)
Bernard Edwards (tracks 4.13, 4.15)
Bob Ezrin (track 4.8)
Faces (successor of "Small Faces", members Rod Stewart, Ron Wood) (track 2.6)
Trevor Horn (tracks 4.15–4.16)
Glyn Johns (track 2.6)
Michael Omartian (tracks 4.5–4.6)
Lou Reizner (tracks 1.10, 1.12–1.15)
Rod Stewart (tracks 1.12–1.15, 2.1–2.3, 2.7–2.8, 2.11, 2.13, 2.15, 3.13–3.14, 4.1–4.2, 4.13)
Andy Taylor (producer) (track 4.13)
solo guitar:
Jeff Beck (track 4.6)
vocals:
Ronnie Lane (track 1.14)
Madeline Bell (1971-01) (tracks 2.1–2.4)
writer:
Carmine Appice (track 3.12)
Gene Black (track 4.7)
Tony Brock (track 4.3)
Mike Chapman (Australian producer and songwriter) (track 4.7)
Phil Chen (tracks 3.13–3.14)
Simon Climie (track 4.10)
Jim Cregan (Producer & member of Family) (tracks 3.13–3.15, 4.12–4.13)
Steve Cropper (track 3.3)
Jay Davis (tracks 4.2–4.3)
Bob Dylan (track 4.13)
Billy Foster (American singer, member of The Medallions and songwriter) (track 2.10)
Barry Gibb (track 3.4)
Robin Gibb (track 3.4)
Gary Grainger (UK rock guitarist/bassist, worked with Rod Stewart) (tracks 3.10, 3.13–3.14)
Duane Hitchings (tracks 3.12, 4.6, 4.12)
Mick Jagger (track 1.10)
Kenney Jones (drummer for Small Faces, Faces, and The Who) (track 2.17)
Ellington Jordan (track 2.10)
Holly Knight (track 4.7)
Ronnie Lane (tracks 1.16–1.17)
John Lennon (Beatle) (track 3.8)
Paul McCartney (track 3.8)
Jim McCarty (UK drummer) (track 1.8)
Ian McLagan (track 2.17)
Johnny Mercer (track 1.6)
Dennis Morgan (US songwriter) (track 4.10)
Martin Quittenton (tracks 2.1, 2.9)
Keith Relf (track 1.8)
Keith Richards (track 1.10)
Rowland Robinson (track 4.6)
Paul Samwell-Smith (track 1.8)
Kevin Savigar (tracks 3.13–3.15, 4.8, 4.13)
Rod Stewart (tracks 1.4, 1.12, 1.16–2.1, 2.5–2.7, 2.9, 2.17, 3.3, 3.10, 3.12–3.15, 4.2–4.3, 4.6, 4.8–4.9, 4.11–4.13)
Doris Tauber (track 1.6)
Andy Taylor (of Duran Duran) (tracks 4.9, 4.11)
Wayne Walker (track 1.13)
Marijohn Wilkin (track 1.13)
Sonny Boy Williamson (John Lee "Sonny Boy" Williamson, 1914-1948) (track 1.1)
Bobby Womack (track 1.15)
Shirley Jean Womack (track 1.15)
Ron Wood (tracks 1.12, 1.16–1.17, 2.5–2.7, 2.17)
Tetsu Yamauchi (track 2.17)
Mike d'Abo (track 1.4)
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previous disc:
ASIN:
cover recording of:
Angel (track 2.8)
Can I Get a Witness (track 1.2)
Country Comfort (track 1.14)
Cut Across Shorty (track 1.13)
Downtown Train (track 4.16)
Get Back (track 3.8)
Handbags and Gladrags (track 1.11)
I Ain't Superstitious (track 1.7)
I'd Rather Go Blind (track 2.10)
It’s All Over Now (track 1.15)
Oh No Not My Baby (track 2.13)
People Get Ready (track 4.4)
Pinball Wizard (track 2.14)
Sailing (track 3.1)
Shapes of Things (track 1.8)
Street Fighting Man (track 1.10)
To Love Somebody (track 3.4)
(I Know) I'm Losing You (1971-01) (track 2.3)
Reason to Believe (1971-01) (track 2.4)
recording of:
Baby Jane (track 4.2)
Crazy About Her (track 4.12)
Dynamite (track 4.11)
Forever Young (Rod Stewart arrangement) (track 4.13)
Gasoline Alley (track 1.12)
Hot Legs (track 3.9)
I Don’t Want to Talk About It (tracks 3.2, 4.14)
I Was Only Joking (track 3.10)
I've Been Drinking (track 1.6)
In a Broken Dream (track 1.9)
Infatuation (track 4.6)
Let Me Be Your Car (track 2.16)
Lost in You (track 4.9)
Love Touch (track 4.7)
Passion (track 3.13)
Shake (track 1.3)
So Much to Say (track 1.4)
Stay With Me (track 2.6)
Stone Cold Sober (track 3.3)
Sweet Lady Mary (track 1.16)
Tonight I'm Yours (track 3.15)
True Blue (track 2.7)
You Wear It Well (track 2.9)
Young Turks (track 4.1)
Maggie May (1971-01) (track 2.1)
Mandolin Wind (1971-01) (track 2.2)

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