Rod Stewart’s classic 4-disc box set Storyteller has been repackaged and reissued, and is available at a bargain price from Monday 21 November.
The audio remains the same, with 64 tracks spanning Stewart’s career from 1964 to 1989, but the discs now come neatly packaged in a double CD ‘fat box’ case, set within a card slipcase. An extensive 68-page booklet is excellent, with Rod himself taking us through the anthology track-by-track, with some typically frank recollections.
Storyteller spans all the key areas of his career, from early Jeff Beck Group recordings, to his commercial successes of the late Seventies and early Eighties, and of course it provides healthy selections from his critically acclaimed period with The Faces and from solo albums such as Every Picture Tells A Story and Never A Dull Moment.
The compilation does end quite a while back, in 1989, with transatlantic top 10 hit Downtown Train, but then, if you wanted to be blunt, has the man done anything since then that you would want included anyway?
Rod Stewart Storyteller is out now – to order click here.