Rod Stewart – Smiler (VG+/VG+)
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Smiler is the sixth studio album by British singer-songwriter Rod Stewart, released in 1974. This album is full of catchy and upbeat songs that will make you smile, and it’s one of the most positive and joyous albums of Rod Stewart’s career.
The album opens with the upbeat and soulful “Mine for Me,” a song about being thankful for all the things you have and looking forward to the future. Other highlights include the jazzy “Bring It on Home to Me” and the mellow and heartfelt “Angel,” both of which showcase Rod’s impressive vocal range. The album’s title track, “Smiler,” is a light-hearted and infectious tune that is sure to bring a smile to your face.
Smiler is an album that is full of life and joy. Each song is expertly crafted and showcases Rod’s unique vocal style. The production is crisp and modern, and the instrumentation is subtle and restrained, allowing the focus to remain on Rod’s singing.
In addition to the upbeat and soulful songs, there are also a few slower, more reflective songs such as “Sail Away” and “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Man,” which provide a nice balance to the album.
Smiler is an album that will make you feel good and lift your spirits. It is a great example of Rod Stewart’s songwriting and singing at its best. It is an album that will make you smile and remind you to appreciate the good things in life.
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A1 Sweet Little Rock 'N' Roller
A5 Bring It On Home To Me / You Send Me
A6 Let Me Be Your Car
B1 (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Man
B2 Dixie Toot
B3 Hard Road
B4 I'Ve Grown Accustomed To Her Face (Instrumental)
B5 Girl From The North Country
B6 Mine For Me