Rod Stewart / Faces ‎– Live Coast To Coast - Overture And Beginners -1973 Blues Rock (vinyl)


Rod Stewart / Faces  ‎– Live Coast To Coast - Overture And Beginners -1973 Blues Rock (vinyl)

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The album presents only three numbers from the previous albums by the Faces, while presenting six from Stewart's solo releases. The two tracks that had not seen the light of day on either were renditions of "I Wish It Would Rain," first made famous by The Temptations, and "Jealous Guy," from John Lennon.

The performance was recorded with replacement Faces bassist Tetsu Yamauchi, filling in for departed member Ronnie Lane. Lane had left soon after the release of Ooh La La, fed up at the group increasingly being presented as Stewart's backing band. Coast to Coast was recorded live in October 1973 at the Anaheim Convention Center and Hollywood Palladium, and was mixed at Air Studiosin London.[citation needed]

In an unusual arrangement, LP versions of the album were issued in the United States by Mercury Records (which at the time issued Stewart's solo albums), while cassette and 8-track configurations were issued by Warner Bros. Records,[1] the Faces' erstwhile label—and with whom Stewart would sign as a solo artist following the Faces' demise.[citation needed]

Long out of print in the United States, Coast to Coast is only available as an import from Japan. The Faces would disband within a year and a half of the album's release

Label:Mercury ‎– SRM 1-697
Format:Vinyl, LP, Album

Sleeve Condition (Out of 10) ~ 7 edge wear on bottom
Label Condition (Out of 10) ~ 10
Vinyl Condition ~ (Out of 10)
Side 1 - 9 ( slight slight scuffing on lp )
side 2 -9 ( slight slight scuffing on lp )
BIN # *72  /  74 same but vinyl is great
BIN # *193 - heavy spline wear / vinyl is excellent

A1 It's All Over Now
A2 Cut Across Shorty
A3 Too Bad / Every Picture Tells A Story
A4 Angel
A5 Stay With Me
B1 I Wish It Would Rain
B2 I'd Rather Go Blind
B3 Borstal Boy / Amazing Grace
B4 Jealous Guy

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