Rod Stewart - Never A Dull Moment - 1972 UK Mercury label 9-track 2nd Issue LP - Blue labels
|Title||Never A Dull Moment - 1972 UK Mercury label 9-track 2nd Issue LP - Blue labels|
|Record label||Mercury Records|
|Catalogue no||6499 153|
|Year of release||1972|
|Grading||VG++ (Vinyl and Labels)/VG++ (Cover)|
|Stock list||Rod Stewart|
|Additional info||1972 UK Mercury label 2nd issue 9-track LP - is the fourth solo album by Stewart - a superb album featuring a mixture of hard rockers, driving folk-rock, and soulful tracks - recorded with full Faces line up and featuring the singles "You Wear It Well", a great version of Hendrix' "Angel" and "Twistin' the Night Away".|
Vinyl has the generic silver printed navy blue labels with slight labelrim rise and top oval company logo.
Labels have mid-label data-grid and vinyl is housed a picture cover which fold out to each side of the center cover.
Condition: VG++ (Vinyl and Labels)/VG++ (Cover):
Vinyl is in astonishing condition - bright, shiny and with only hard to detect sleeve inflicted wear - hardly visible.
Labels have just a little spindle wear - hardly visible - easily near mint vinyl and labels.
Cover has only faint signs of handling or storage - equally near mint - a simply extremely attractive copy.
1. True Blue (Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood) 3:32
2. Lost Paraguayos (Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood) 3:57
3. Mama You Been on My Mind (Bob Dylan) 4:29
4. Italian Girls (Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood) 4:54
5. Angel (Jimi Hendrix) 4:04
6. Interludings (Art Wood) 0:40
7. You Wear It Well (Rod Stewart, Martin Quittenton) 4:22
8. I'd Rather Go Blind (Billy Foster, Ellington Jordan) 3:53
9. Twistin' the Night Away (Sam Cooke) 3:13
Recorded March - May 1972 at Morgan Studios and Olympic Studios, London, UK
Lacquer cut and vinyl pressed at Phonodisc Ltd., Chingford/Walthamstow, Greater London
Rod Stewart - vocals, acoustic guitar
Ronnie Wood - electric, acoustic, slide and pedal steel guitars, bass
Ronnie Lane - Bass (1, 5 - 9)
Micky Waller - drums all songs except "True Blue"
Kenney Jones - drums on "True Blue"
Ian McLagan - Organ (1, 5, 7, 8), piano
Neemoi "Speedy" Aquaye - congas
Pete Sears - piano, bass
Brian - chest piano
Spike Heatley - upright bass
Dick "Tricky Dicky" Powell - violin
Martin Quittenton - Acoustic Guitar (2 - 4,7)
Gordon Huntley - steel guitar
Lindsay Raymond Jackson - mandolin
Rod Stewart - Production
Mike Bobak - Engineer
Mike Butcher - Assistant Engineer
Gilbert Kong - Mastering
Jimmy Horowitz - Arrangements (Twistin' the Night Away)
Des Strobel - Art Direction
Jim The Easwig - Artwork /Graphic Supervision
John Craig - Cover Design
Ed Caraeff - Cover Photography
Joel Brodsky - Page 2 & 3 Photography
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