the Great American Songbook, Volume III is the third studio album of pop standards by British musician Rod Stewart, released on 19 October 2004 by J Records. The album was dedicated to the Tartan Army. The album was Rod Stewart's first on the Billboard 200 since Blondes Have More Fun in 1979. It later became the winner of the 2004 Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album, giving Stewart his first and, to date, only Grammy victory in his career. Rod Stewart – lead vocals.
What A Wonderful World. Had a nice dinner at the Windmill Restaurant in Skiathos tonight until this piece of aural pollution came on and made me feel sick. What a piece of utter crap.
Labels BMG, J Records. The Great American Songbook Vol. II. 2003.
The Great American Songbook. Volume III is as note-for-note solid as its predecessors-a cozy-up-to-the-fire treat that's also a pleasant reminder of these songs' staying power. S'Wonderful" settles on the ears winningly, and Stewart's scratchathon voice scalpels the cobwebs off of "Isn't It Romantic" in a way that compels the average listener to reconsider thinking it dopey. This album (and others in the series) by Rod Stewart is fantastic. He does a masterful job, never overpowering the beauty of these old songs with his own ego. I was playing this CD in my study when my husband walked by and asked, "Who is that?"
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