Download links and information about Atlantic Crossing by Rod Stewart. This album was released in 1975 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal, Pop genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 44:23 minutes.
|Genre:||Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal, Pop|
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|1.||Three Time Loser||4:05|
|2.||Alright for an Hour||4:18|
|3.||All In the Name of Rock 'n' Roll||5:01|
|5.||Stone Cold Sober||4:12|
|6.||I Don't Want to Talk About It||4:48|
|7.||It's Not the Spotlight||4:22|
|8.||This Old Heart of Mine||4:05|
|9.||Still Love You||5:11|
With Atlantic Crossing, Rod Stewart headed to America and hooked up with legendary Atlantic Records R&B producer Tom Dowd to try a new attack of sleeker soul and pop-rock. The ‘70s were changing and it was time to replace the rough-and-tumble urgency of his folk-based hard rock with smoother rhythms, horns, and a brighter sound than his audience was used to. The Muscle Shoals-rooted musicians here know their stuff inside-out and crank through with an almost mechanical precision. “All In the Name of Rock ‘n’ Roll” features plenty of blazing guitar and tight-grooved propulsion, yet it lacks the soul that Stewart brings to “I Don’t Want To Talk About It,” “Three Time Loser,” and the Holland-Holland-Dozier classic “This Old Heart of Mine.” Dobie Gray’s “Drift Away” fits seamlessly with Dowd’s radio-ready schematic and Stewart sounds fairly comfortable in his new surroundings, if not completely settled. Like many late-‘60s-early ‘70s troubadours, Stewart was experiencing a period of transition.