Foolish Behaviour

Foolish Behaviour

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by Rod Stewart
     
 

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Rod Stewart followed the faux-disco trash of Blondes Have More Fun with Foolish Behaviour, which sanded out most of the character of the previous album. The result was a bland but professional -- even at their worst, Rod and his band are always professionals -- collection, mainly comprised of dance-oriented, lightly

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Rod Stewart followed the faux-disco trash of Blondes Have More Fun with Foolish Behaviour, which sanded out most of the character of the previous album. The result was a bland but professional -- even at their worst, Rod and his band are always professionals -- collection, mainly comprised of dance-oriented, lightly synthesized pop
ock. The passionless "Passion" was the hit, but the only worthwhile song was the gorgeous "Oh God, I Wish I Was Home Tonight," which has the clever wit and self-depreciating melancholy of his finest work.

Product Details

Release Date:
02/08/2005
Label:
Rhino Flashback
UPC:
0081227954727
catalogNumber:
79547

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Performance Credits

Rod Stewart   Primary Artist,Vocals
Jackie Lomax   Vocals
Carmine Appice   Drums,Vocals
Jim Price   Trombone
Tim Bogert   Bass
Sid Page   Violin
Jimmy Haslip   Bass
Colin Allen   Drums,Vocals
Roger Bethelmy   Drums
Tony Brock   Drums,Vocals
Phil Chen   Bass,Vocals
Paulinho Da Costa   Percussion
Jim Cregan   Guitar,Vocals
Susan Grindell   Vocals
James Gurdon   Saxophone
John Jarvis   Keyboards
Phil Kenzie   Horn
Bill Lamb   Trombone
Billy Peek   Guitar
Earl Lon Price   Saxophone
Kevin Savigar   Keyboards
Lee Thornburg   Trumpet
Gary Grainger   Guitar

Technical Credits

Rod Stewart   Composer
Carmine Appice   Composer
Phil Chen   Composer
Jim Cregan   Composer
Kevin Savigar   Composer
C. Stewart   Composer
Gary Grainger   Composer

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Foolish Behaviour 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Songs like "So soon we change" and "Somebody special" are lost gems in the Stewart catalog. For those of us not old enough to be around during the 70's, the reggae and 80's pop feel of these songs as well as the album as a whole is really enjoyable for listeners brought up on 80's and 90's radio. It was a wise idea to issue this as a deep discounted disk, so more people will take a chance on this over looked record.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I remember that "Passion" used to be placed on jukeboxes in Black establishments back when the music industry used such methods to distribute new tunes. But, it was the "B" side to "Passion" that turned out to be the hit, at least in the jook joint I hung out in, and that song was the rockabilly romp, "Better Off Dead"....PEACE.