It seems when there are rumblings of a band member talking solo career, the bands tend to dissolve. Rod Stewart actually pursued his solo career before his participation with The Jeff Beck group, as well as; during and after his six years with Faces.
Rod Stewart's sixth album, 'Atlantic Crossing' was released in August 1975 and by that time Rod's solo career had flourished big time. Faces guitarist Ronnie Wood was already working with The Rolling Stones.
The album, 'A Night On The Town' in itself is a very unique album because similar to 'Atlantic Crossing" this album offered harder rock and softer, slower songs which were separated into distinct groups.
Every time we talk classic rock we manage to always mention groups like The Rolling Stones, The Moody Blues, Styx, John Fogerty, Deep Purple, Rod Stewart, and Judas Priest before it's all said and done.
Now that Rod Stewart has rediscovered his songwriting muse, the rock legend is thinking about reviving another aspect of his storied past. In a new interview, Stewart said that he's up for a long-awaited reunion of the Faces.
If there ever was a song that was a staple for a performer it's, "You're In My Heart", for one the song was in the Top 10 in just about every country that track charts when it was released, that in itself is amazing.
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