Used Vinyl-Rod Stewart-Atlantic Crossing-LP

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Very good copy of Rod Stewart's album, Atlantic Crossing.  Slight wear on the cover.  Tested, washed, and played.  

Atlantic Crossing is a 1975 solo album by Rod Stewart. Released on 15 August 1975, and recorded in five American studios including Muscle Shoals, Alabama, between April and June 1975, it was produced by Tom Dowd, and peaked at number one in the UK (his fourth solo album to do so), and number nine on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart.[3][4] During 1975 Stewart moved to Los Angeles, switched record labels to Warner Brothers, and ended his association with Ronnie Wood, Ian McLagan and the stable of musicians who had been his core collaborators on his albums for Mercury Records.

The album was divided into a fast side and a slow side, apparently at the suggestion of Stewart's then-girlfriend, Swedish actress Britt Ekland. Stewart would repeat the format for his next two albums. The album contained two of Stewart's most popular songs, "Sailing" and "I Don't Want to Talk About It”, and classic rock favourites "Three Time Loser" and "Stone Cold Sober". The album was the 14th of Stewart's career, starting with Jeff Beck's Truth in 1968, and his sixth solo.

Track Listing:

Fast Side
A1 Three Time Loser 4:03
A2 Alright For An Hour 4:17
A3 All In The Name Of Rock 'N' Roll 5:02
A4 Drift Away 3:43
A5 Stone Cold Sober 4:11
Slow Side
B1 I Don't Want To Talk About It 4:47
B2 It's Not The Spotlight 4:21
B3 This Old Heart Of Mine 4:04
B4 Still Love You 5:08
B5 Sailing 4:37