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Rod Stewart Stardust Great American Songbook 3
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Album: Rod Stewart Stardust Great American Songbook 3
# Song Title   Time
1)    Embraceable You
2)    For Sentimental Reasons
3)    Blue Moon
4)    What a Wonderful World
5)    Stardust
6)    Manhattan
7)    'S Wonderful
8)    Isn't It Romantic
9)    I Can't Get Started
10)    But Not For Me
11)    Kiss to Build a Dream On
12)    Baby, It's Cold Outside
13)    Night & Day
14)    Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square.
 

Album: Rod Stewart Stardust Great American Songbook 3
# Song Title   Time
1)    Embraceable You
2)    For Sentimental Reasons
3)    Blue Moon
4)    What a Wonderful World
5)    Stardust
6)    Manhattan
7)    'S Wonderful
8)    Isn't It Romantic
9)    I Can't Get Started
10)    But Not For Me
11)    Kiss to Build a Dream On
12)    Baby, It's Cold Outside
13)    Night & Day
14)    Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square.
 
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  • Australian edition features one bonus track: "A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square."
  • Neither Rod Stewart nor producer Clive Davis have ever been accused of letting any moss grow around them, so when Stewart's first collection of tunes from the Great American Songbook turned out to be a smash, they followed it up with a sequel, and, eventually, with a third volume. As with the preceding albums, STARDUST finds Stewart tackling the cream of the crop of classic pop standards, songs that will be instantly familiar to followers of Bennett, Sinatra, et al. but which may conceivably be new to some of Rod's more rock-oriented fans. In that sense, the record can be seen as a public service, introducing those woefully benighted souls to such masterworks as the Gershwins' lovelorn ballad "But Not for Me," and the transcendently stellar, Hoagy Carmichael-penned title tune. As if the material wasn't firepower enough, the album's profile is further raised by some heavyweight guest stars; Dolly Parton is Stewart's sassy foil on "Baby, It's Cold Outside," Stevie Wonder contributes his trademark chromatic harmonica magic to "What a Wonderful World," and Eric Clapton adds to the poignancy of "Blue Moon" with some lyrical guitar work.
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