||If We Fall In Love Tonight (1996) |
ROD STEWART CD discography IF WE FALL IN LOVE TONIGHT is a vagabond collection of Rod Stewart love songs. It mixes some of his biggest hits with several new recordings, a couple of remixes, and soundtrack and compilation cuts that appear here on a proper Rod Stewart album for the first time. The new ones include the title song, a hip-hop tinged ballad written and produced by Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, and the heartfelt "For The First Time," helmed by movie-music maker James Newton Howard. While he was recording with Jam and Lewis, Stewart also cut a beautiful cover of Leo Sayer's 1977 pop hit "When I Need You"; with Howard, he re-made Dan Hill's 1977 hit "Sometimes When We Touch." By some cosmic coincidence, Barry Manilow covered the same two songs for his SUMMER OF '78 collection, released one week after IF WE FALL IN LOVE TONIGHT. We'll leave that one to the cosmos to ponder.
The remainder of the album features some stellar covers from Stewart's past, including sensitive renderings of Carole King's "So Far Away" and Cat Stevens' "First Cut Is The Deepest," along with such classic Stewart originals as "You're In My Heart" and "Tonight's The Night." The album closes with the super-romantic "All For Love," which Stewart recorded with fellow crooners Bryan Adams and Sting for the THREE MUSKETEERS soundtrack. These are gentle songs that celebrate love and beauty. Worries are brushed away as Stewart's emotive, wispy vocals unfold over gorgeous arrangements.
Personnel includes: Rod Stewart, Bryan Adams, Sting, Sounds Of Blackness.
Producers: Jimmy Jam, Terry Lewis, James Newton Howard, David Foster, Rod Stewart, Bernard Edwards, Andy Taylor, Tom Dowd, Trevor Horn, Patrick Leonard, Kevin Savigar, Sting, Bryan Adams, David Nicholas.
||Downtown Train / Broken Arrow (1990) |
ROD STEWART CD discography Taken from the Storyteller Anthology, DOWNTOWN TRAIN takes on the seemingly impossible task of representing Rod Stewart's best on one CD. And the job is admirably done, with samplings of every stage of Stewart's lengthy, widely-varied career. Each track is a testament to Stewart's importance within his time--he has come to define so ...
||Can't Deny It (2001) (Import) |
ROD STEWART albums Australia's first single off the eagerly awaited Atlantic Records debut, 'Human'. Co-written and produced by Greg Alexander aka New Radicals. Tracks, 'I Can't Deny It' (Radio Edit), & two non album tracks, 'Peach' & 'Do Wah Diddy'. 2001 ...