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9 thoughts on “ Rod Stewart - Maggie May / You Wear It Well (Vinyl)

  1. Rod Stewart - Maggie May: Tracklist (Vinyl) A: Maggie May: B: Reason To Believe: * Items below may differ depending on the release. Rod Stewart Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts Refine Search Results. Artist: Title: Label: Cat Num: Barcode: Genre.
  2. " You Wear It Well " is a song written by Rod Stewart and Martin Quittenton, performed by Stewart. It uses an arrangement markedly similar to that of " Maggie May," one of Stewart's hits from the previous year. Stewart recorded "You Wear It Well" for the album Never a Dull Moment, and released it as a single on 12 August.
  3. The guitars playing could even be quite enjoyable. But I still don't like the Rod Stewart strained way of singing and the hollow sound of the drums, especially in "You Wear It Well". The A side Rod Stewart slaughtered the Sam Cooke great original tune with his horrible singing in spite of good guitars behind. And the B side was the A side in UK.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Maggie May / You Wear It Well on Discogs. Label: Mercury - • Series: Golden Oldies (8) • Format: Vinyl 7 Rod Stewart - Maggie May / You Wear It Well (Vinyl) | Discogs5/5(1).
  5. " Maggie May " is a song co-written by singer Rod Stewart and Martin Quittenton, and performed by Rod Stewart on his album Every Picture Tells a Story, released in In , Rolling Stone ranked the song number on its list of The Greatest Songs of All Time.
  6. Apr 27,  · 'You Wear It Well' is a song of Rod Stewart's fourth studio album 'Never a Dull Moment', released in For entertainment purposes only. - LYRICS I had nothing to do on this hot afternoon But to settle down and write you a line I've been meaning to phone you, but from Minnesota Hell, it's been a very long time You wear it well.
  7. Apr 08,  · Of all the Rod Stewart compilations I prefer this one mainly because it's classic Rod of the early '70s before the songs most people associated him with later on. Whether anybody has a CD copy already or the old vinyl whisky glass-shaped cover copy-HANG ON TO IT! You may never find this one again useless it's reissued.
  8. But be sure to get Best Of Vol. One too for his other classics from the period such as You Wear It Well, What Made Milwaukee Famous and Maggie May. If Rod had carried on like this, he would have been as big as Elvis now. Nfortunately he chose the MoR route which ensured him success for a time, and then faded.4/5(10).

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