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November 20, 2018

STILL A FIRST CLASS ACT

Album Number 30 - A Bit of The Old Passion Review By John Gray

posted by Mike Walton



I can’t remember last time I looked forward to a Rod Stewart album the way I looked forward to Blood Red Roses. With the very strong albums 'Time' and 'Another Country' behind him, showcasing strong lyrics and well crafted songs, my anticipation was high. And here’s something (deep breath), I enjoy listening to those two albums as much as I enjoy listening to 'Every Picture Tells A Story' and 'Never A Dull Moment'. And if I was allowed one post 1974 Desert Island Disc I’d struggle to choose between those and any of the Warner Brothers albums. So, with my credibility shot to pieces, seven weeks and over 100 listens later, here’s my verdict on 'Blood Red Roses'.

Go to SMILER Retro now to read the full review from SMILER founder John Gray


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