Rod Stewart - Never A Dull Moment
2008 Vinyl pressing reissue of Rod Steward's second album, released in 1971, hit Number 1 in the UK and US. His songs 'You Wear It Well' and 'Twisting the Night Away' , were huge international hits as well and it is easy to see why after giving 'Never A Dull Moment' a spin. His own special brew of Folk Rock is rock solid on this album. This is Rod Steward at his creative peak still sounding his very best.
The fourth Rod Stewart album to contain his trademark acoustic-electric mix of instruments and bluesy vocals, Never a Dull Moment feels anything but formulaic, kicking off with the aw-shucks modesty of "True Blue" and rollicking on through the enduring original "You Wear It Well." Some of the best tunes here are covers--Bob Dylan's searching "Mama You Been on My Mind," a soulful reading of Sam Cooke's "Twistin' the Night Away," and a scorching take on Etta James's "I'd Rather Go Blind"--but, as always, Stewart manages to make them sound of a piece with his own compositions. Unlike the promises proffered by some album titles, Never a Dull Moment (ironic though it was, given the cover painting of a terminally bored Stewart) proved to be dead-on. --Daniel Durchholz
- True Blue - Rod Stewart, Stewart, Rod 
- Lost Paraguayos - Rod Stewart, Stewart, Rod 
- Mama, You Been on My Mind - Rod Stewart, Dylan, Bob
- Italian Girls - Rod Stewart, Stewart, Rod 
- Angel - Rod Stewart, Hendrix, Jimi
- Interludings - Rod Stewart, Wood, A.
- You Wear It Well - Rod Stewart, Quittenton, Martin
- I'd Rather Go Blind - Rod Stewart, Foster, Bill
- Twistin' the Night Away - Rod Stewart, Cooke, Sam