24. December 2012 · Comments Off · Categories: Biographies, Tracy

Rod the Autobiography by Rod Stewart, 364 pages, read by Tracy, on 12/24/2012

I’m not a big Rod Stewart fan, Maggie May was a big hit overplayed in my day, but when he was on a talk show recently promoting this book I was curious. I really enjoyed his casual and honest journey through his career. In the early days it was about hair, clothes, drinking, cars and women. I was surprised to learn about his model railroad hobby but not about his football obsession. He admits his voice is very frog like but when he released his solo albums they sold really well. All rumors and gossip are discussed and the truth is revealed. Lots of pictures and a discography is included. With the internet full of music I was able to listen to his early songs while reading about them.

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