Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Replay
Size: 12"
Additional Artists: P.P. Arnold
Format: 33RPM,


Rod Stewart A Shot Of Rhythm & Blues Import 180g LP

Rod Stewart

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Compilation On 180g Vinyl LP!

A Shot of Rhythm & Blues collects tracks Rod Stewart recorded during the early part of his career (1964-1968). To those that know Stewart's later work this material may sound unusual; this album encompasses classic blues and R&B, far from the folk-rock that made Stewart famous. Nevertheless, Stewart's young voice is strong and supple, and these mid-'60s standards give us a real sense of this talented singer taking the time to find his musical identity.

The 1964-1966 cuts are assembled from a 1964 single as part of Long John Baldry's The Hoochie Coochie Men, demos Stewart sang on with Steampacket, various 1964 soul/blues demos, his late-1965 pop single for Columbia "Why Does It Go On" and his 1966 third Columbia single "Shake/I Just Gome Some". Post-1966, Stewart really starts to come into his own with richer, grittier vocals and harder blues-rock arrangements, including the 1967 vocal duet with P.P. Arnold "Come Home Baby" and the 1968 soul-pop single "Little Miss Understood/So Much To Say".

• 180g Vinyl
• Import
• Made in the E.U.

Side A:

1. So Much To Say
2. Keep Your Hands Off Her
3. Why Does It Go On?
4. Little Miss Understood
5. Bright Lights, Big City
6. Don't You Tell Nobody
Side B:
1. Shake
2. I Just Got Some
3. Aint' That Lovin' You Baby
4. Mopper's Blues
5. Just Like I Treat You
6. Come Home Baby (feat. P.P. Arnold)

Side A, tracks 5 & 6 performed with The Hoochie Coochie Men
Side B, tracks 4 & 5 performed with Steampacket

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