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Id Rather Go Blind - Rod Stewart - Maggie May (CD)

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  1. 3-CD Import Box Set, 3-Original CD's (Sweet Little Rock 'N' Roller) 17 Tracks, (Reason To Believe) 18 Tracks, (Classic Years) 14 Tracks, Made in England, UPC Song Title /5(71).
  2. Universal are issuing a new track two-CD collection of Rod Stewart rarities from his Mercury Records era ( to ).. Presumably they are looking to capitalise on Time, Rod’s recent UK number one album, because Rarities seems to re-treads familiar ground with at least a third of the tracks previously released on the Sessions four-CD box set.
  3. Something told me it was over when I saw you and him talking Something deep down in my soul said "Cry boy" when I saw you and him out walking I would rather, I would rather go blind girl than to see you walk away from me child So you see I love you so much I don't want to.
  4. Maggie May Seems Like a Long Time Lost Paraguayos Italian Girls You Wear it Well I’d Rather Go Blind Angel What’s Made Milwaukee Famous (Has Made a Loser Out Of Me) Pinball Wizard Every Time We Say Goodbye The Songs on CD II Oh! No Not My Baby Jodie So Tired Missed You Think I’ll Pack My Bags Girl from the North Country (You Make Me Feel /5().
  5. Aug 21,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - I'd Rather Go Blind - Rod Stewart & Carlos Santana, Jones Beach 8/20/ YouTube Beth & Joe - I'd Rather Go Blind - Live in Amsterdam - Duration: HartAndBonamassa.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Maggie May - The Classic Years on Discogs. Label: Karussell - • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Australasia • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock, Pop Rock Rod Stewart ‎– Maggie May - The Classic Years I`d Rather Go Blind: 7: Cindy`s Lament: 4.
  7. "I'd Rather Go Blind" is a blues song written by Ellington Jordan and co-credited to Billy Foster and Etta James. It was first recorded by Etta James in , released in , and has subsequently become regarded as a blues and soul classic. It was used in the end credits of Firewatch.
  8. This two-disc collection takes 36 of the finest recordings Rod Stewart released in the period where he first went solo during his time with the Faces for Mercury and Decca. Included are the two early '70s #1 hits 'Maggie May' and 'You Wear It Well' and a host of other top offerings from several of Rod's chart-topping albums, namely Every /5(34).

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