Label: Warner Bros. Records - W2 45289,Columbia House - W2 45289 • Format: CD Album • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Classic Rock
Most of the songs on this CD sound so much better live and unplugged than they did in their original recordings. The band and the orchestra hit just the right balance .
It is Stewart's second live album and his first (and only) appearance on MTV Unplugged. The album was released by Warner Bros. Records (WEA /2). The unplugged versions of "Have I Told You Lately" by Van Morrison, "Reason to Believe", "Having a Party", and "People.
Eric Clapton's Unplugged turned the MTV series into a pop culture phenomenon, one that was especially appealing to veteran rockers because all they had to do was dust off their old hits and give them a nice, relaxed reading -- the perfect re-imagining for middle-aged rock stars. Rod Stewart leaped at the opportunity and, in many ways, he seemed even better suited for the gig than Clapton as.
The Hot listed "Reason To Believe" as the flip side for the remaining 16 weeks of that run. Stewart's double-sided hit, which topped the Hot during all five chart weeks of October , held The Carpenters' "Superstar" at No. 2 during the third and fourth of those weeks. A live version was released in on the album Unplugged and Seated.
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