Rod Stewart The Great American Songbook Volume 3 CD
2005 Grammy Award Winner for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album!
Rod Stewart has gathered together Stevie Wonder, Bette Midler, Dolly
Parton, Eric Clapton and Dave Grusin for the third instalment of The Great
The new album titled 'Stardust … The Great American Songbook Vol III' features
Bette Midler on 'Manhattan', Eric Clapton on 'Blue Moon', Dolly Parton singing
'Baby It's Cold Outside' with Rod and the Stevie Wonder and Rod Stewart duet of
the classic Louis Armstrong track 'What A Wonderful World'.
The first two albums debuted at No. 4 and No. 2 respectively in the USA.
"Singing these amazing songs has moved me deeply and given me a much-needed kick
in the arse," Rod says.
According to BMG Chairman Clive Davis "Rod's first album of The Great American
Songbook won a Grammy nomination and literally exploded in sales all over the
world. Then Volume II repeated the phenomenon with another Grammy nomination and
another multi-platinum sales success. Quite simply, Rod inimitably captures
wonderful classic standards, breathes new life into them and makes them his own.
Stardust: The Great American Songbook: Volume III will be its own gem. It's
sparkling, fresh and alive, with Rod being more and more comfortable in this
great genre of music."
1. Embraceable You
2. For Sentimental Reasons - featuring Dave Koz
3. Blue Moon - featuring Eric Clapton
4. What A Wonderful World - featuring Stevie Wonder
7. 'S Wonderful - featuring Dave Grusin
8. Isn't It Romantic
9. I Can't Get Started
10. But Not For Me
11. A Kiss To Build A Dream On
12. Baby It's Cold Outside - duet with Dolly Parton
13. Night And Day
14. A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square