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Rod Stewart - Vagabond Heart Tour (1992) VHS
Rod Stewart - Storyteller 1984-1991 (1991) DVD
Rod Stewart & Faces The Final Concert 1974DVD
The Rod Stewart Companion by Edward Wincentsen
A must for any Rod fan!The book shares fan stories,small reviews and a compilation of other exciting material. It is apparent that Wincensten has gone to great lengths to research the material to provide accurat  information. 
Storyteller: The Complete Anthology [BOX SET] 
Rod Stewart
This set covers the period from 1964 (Good morning little school girl) to 1989(Downtown Train). Even though the set is titled 1964-1990, the last song was recorded  in 1989. The large format book is packed with photographs, an essay by Robert Palmer, and notes on each song, by Rod himself. This is a 4 cd set that no fan of Rod's should be without. You get not only his big hits, but some lesser known songs and album tracks as well. 
Atlantic Crossing [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMAST.] Rod Stewart
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Rod Stewart's reputation was forged in the crucible of Jeff Beck Group circa 1968, barking "I Ain't Superstitious" and the like back at his leader/guitarist in one of the more productive ego showdowns of musical history. In the subsequent 20 years he's shown less stomach for the fray, and a depressing tendency to grab the soft option has all but expunged the pre-eminence he enjoyed during the period 1970-3 when he was working with The Faces and cutting Maggie May and You Wear It Well as a solo. 
At this point in his career, Rod Stewart could just kick back and relax, but then that's never been his thing. Instead, he's tackling one of rock's most difficult challenges, covering cutting-edge songs and making them his own.
Putting his unmistakable mark on some of the latest and best modern Britpop - and exposing some excellent tunes to a whole new audience along the way - Stewart is in top form.
Vagabond Heart
- Rod Stewart
When We Were The New Boys Rod Stewart
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Spanner in the Works
- Rod Stewart
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Camouflage - Rod Stewart
Greatest Hits - Rod Stewart
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Blondes Have More Fun [ORIGINAL RECORDING REMASTERED] Rod Stewart 
Reason to Believe: Comp Mercury [ORIGINAL RECORD. REMASTERED] Rod Stewart
Universal Chronicles presents "Reason To Believe:The Complete Mercury Studio Recordings" (Rod Stewart), a gathering of five albums plus bonus tracks -from 1969-1974, all of the distinction of being remastered for our listening pleasure. 
The Best of Rod Stewart, Vol. 2
It Had to Be You... The Great American Songbook 
Rod Stewart
Like many a pop singer, Stewart returns here to what's become generally known as the Great American Songbook, that evergreen body of mid-20th century songcraft that continues to inspire singers across oceans and generations. It's said that Stewart has been vocalizing many of these songs in private for years, and given the warm, human scale of most of the performances here, it's not hard to believe. -Jerry McCulley 
The Very Best of Rod Stewart 
- Rod Stewart
This 16-song retrospective touches all the bases without delving deeply into any era. The selections aren't arranged sequentially and the booklet is much more generous with vintage photos than album credits. This best-of collection is clearly aimed at the casual fan, but no album that presents Rod the Mod gems "Downtown Train," "You Wear It Well," and "Reason to Believe" one after another is a throwaway. --Steven Stolder 
If We Fall In Love Tonight 
Rod Stewart
One could get worked up over the fact that this is effectively an EP of new songs rounded out by another bunch of coconuts from Roddy's hyperexploited catalog. But what's to complain about really? The single "If We Fall in Love Tonight" purrs like a Porsche. The ripe cover of the Leo Sayer hit "When I Need You" is vintage fromage.There's a reminder or two from the '70s that our man's never been anything but an ol' romantic. --Jeff Bateman
Unplugged...and Seated 
[LIVE] Rod Stewart
This low-key 1993 live retrospective marked something of a return to form for Rod the Mod, who for many years had more or less abdicated his position as a performer of consequence to pursue a more frivolous pop-star persona. With his former Faces bandmate Ron Wood in tow, Stewart revisits hits like "Hot Legs," "Tonight's the Night," and "Maggie May"--and more adventurous choices like Curtis Mayfield's "People Get Ready" and Tom Waits's "Tom Traubert's Blues"--with an effortless grace and a renewed expressiveness that makes Unplugged ... And Seated a consistent pleasure. --S. Schinder 
The Best Of Rod Stewart (Polygram) 
Out of Order - Rod Stewart
20th Century Masters: The Best Of Rod Stewart (Millennium Collection) [ORIGINAL RECORD.REMASTERED]
Foot Loose & Fancy Free 
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Foolish Behaviour [IMPORT] Rod Stewart
Before he threw his talent away in the mid-1970s, Rod Stewart was a rock star to be reckoned with. His sandpaper and whiskey throated vocals were the perfect vehicle for the blues-rock sound he pursued in the '60s with various bands, including the Jeff Beck Group. On his own, Stewart came up with something even more potent, mixing electric instruments with mandolins, acoustic guitars, and fiddles on songs such as "Maggie May," "You Wear It Well," and his gorgeous reading of Tim Hardin's "Reason to Believe." This collection is limited to Stewart's brief time at Mercury Records in the early '70s, but that's fine, since that period saw the release of his best albums overall: The Rod Stewart Album, Gasoline Alley, Every Picture Tells a Story, and Never a Dull Moment. His  biggest smashes from that time are here along with lower-charting but equally fine fare such as "Twistin' the Night Away," "Country Comforts," and "It's All Over Now." --Daniel Durchholz 
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Every Picture Tells a Story [ORIG. RECORD. REMAST.]
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The Mercury Anthology 
Rod Stewart
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