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Atlantic Crossing

2 Ratings: 2.0
An album by Rod Stewart

Remastered Japanese pressing. Details TBA. Warner. 2005.--This text refers to an alternateAudio CDedition.

2 reviews about Atlantic Crossing
review by . April 10, 2009
posted in Music Matters
Moving to different record companies may not sound like a big deal but in many ways it is. It's like changing from one retail job to another: the responsibilities are essentially the same, but the rules and freedoms are going to differ. With "Atlantic Crossing" Rod Stewart moved from Mercury Records to Warner Bros. Records, and gained new freedoms that Mercury did not grant him. Stewart used his new freedoms to test out new ways to sell his music. Probably the most noticeable change was to firmly …
review by . May 27, 2000
Pros: Great ballads-Listen with your significant other     Cons: A couple of weak rock and roll tunes     I had to search to find this album on CD. This took me by surprise since I had owned copies of it in four different formats now. So what that it is 25 years old. I didn't think that people had that short of a memory when it came to good music.      This album marked the turning point in Stewarts career. This is where he became the ballad …
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Label: Warner Bros , Wea
Artist: Rod Stewart
Release Date: September 19, 2000

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