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(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Man - Rod Stewart - Smiler (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Rod Stewart's Smiler was considered one of rock's worst albums upon its release in , drawing comparisons to other disappointing albums by established artists such as Bob Dylan's Self nvesoddoploposserfsinoxitipopho.xyzinfo course, time gives us more perspective. Smiler is actually quite listenable, though there appears to be no distinct artistic vision, rhyme, or reason to the track selection or sequencing, as it.
  2. (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Man Lyrics: Looking out on the morning rain / I used to feel so uninspired / But when I knew I had to face another long, long day / Girl I used to feel so tired.
  3. Rod Stewart Smiler ( - Mercury) This is a very good album by Rod and his friends from Faces and others. All the songs are done with great enthusiasm and the addition of a John/Taupin song ("Let me be your car", with Elton on piano and background vocals) along with a Paul McCartney song ("Mine for me", with Paul's un-credited slight background vocals) makes this a special album/5().
  4. Release Date/23/;Notes:Limited gm vinyl LP repressing of this album by the veteran rock vocalist. Smiler was Rod Stewart's fifth solo album and his final album for Mercury Records.
  5. Smiler is Rod Stewart's fifth album, fifth solo album and final album for Mercury Records, released in It became the first album by Rod Stewart as a solo artist to become critically panned. Although it reached number 1 in the UK album chart, it stalled at number 13 in the US. The album was lar.
  6. Rod Stewart ‎– Smiler. Written-By – M. Quittendon, R. Stewart. Written-By – R. Stewart, R. Wood. Format:Vinyl, LP, Album. The record has been cleaned using aLoricraft Record Cleaning Machine. This is a vacuum record cleaning system which has been around for many years and works incredibly well.
  7. Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Gram Limited gm vinyl LP repressing of this album by the veteran rock vocalist. Smiler was Rod Stewart's fifth solo album and his final album for Mercury Records. The release of the album itself was held up for five months due to legal problems between Mercury Records and Warner Bros. Records. Musicians appearing on the album included members of Stewart.
  8. Smiler, an Album by Rod Stewart. Released in on Mercury (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Pop Rock, Rock.

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