Gasoline Alley is the second solo studio album by the British singer-songwriter Rod Stewart. It was released on 12 June 1970. Originally released in the UK by Vertigo Records, it was re-mastered and re-issued in 2008 by Russian  reissue label, Lilith Records Ltd. It is a collection of covers combined with Stewart's own compositions. Like many of Stewart's solo albums from the period, it featured significant musical contributions from the other members of his band Faces.
The album was well received, with Langdon Winner of Rolling Stone feeling that Stewart had "a rare sensitivity for the delicate moments in a person's existence", and that this, Stewart's second solo album, was the work "of a supremely fine artist".
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- Rod Stewart – lead vocals, acoustic guitar on "Jo's Lament"
- Ronnie Wood – guitar, acoustic guitar, bass guitar
- Martin Quittenton – acoustic guitar
- Stanley Matthews – mandolin
- Ronnie Lane – bass on "My Way Of Giving" and "You're My Girl", backing vocals on "My Way Of Giving"
- Pete Sears – piano on "Country Comforts", bass on “Cut Across Shorty”.
- Ian McLagan – piano, Hammond organ (the credit list notes: "Mac not available due to bus strike". However, the US release credits him, suggesting he was dubbed later)
- Mick Waller – drums
- Kenney Jones – drums on "My Way Of Giving" and "You're My Girl"
- William Gaff – whistle
- Dennis O'Flynn, Dick Powell – violin
- Jack Reynolds – backing vocals on "Country Comfort"
- Producers – Rod Stewart and Lou Reizner
- Mastering – Gilbert Kong at Masterdisk (New York, NY)
- Album Design and Photography – Marcus Keef at Colbeck Mews, Kensington
Notable covers by other artistsEdit