℗ 1983 Warner Records Inc
 

Body Wishes

Rod Stewart

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1.1
Dancin' Alone
Rod Stewart
3:59
1.2
Baby Jane
Rod Stewart
4:42
1.3
Move Me
Rod Stewart
3:35
1.4
Body Wishes
Rod Stewart
4:40
1.5
Sweet Surrender
Rod Stewart
4:00
1.6
What Am I Gonna Do (I'm so in Love with You)
Rod Stewart
4:18
1.7
Ghetto Blaster
Rod Stewart
4:07
1.8
Ready Now
Rod Stewart
3:34
1.9
Strangers Again
Rod Stewart
4:09
1.10
Satisfied
Rod Stewart
4:07
Total Playing Time    41:11
- UK Charts - #5 (1983)

Body Wishes is a studio album released by Rod Stewart on 10 June 1983. It was Stewart's 12th studio album and was released on Warner Bros. Records. The tracks were recorded and mixed at The Record Plant, Los Angeles. It produced three singles, "Baby Jane", "What Am I Gonna Do (I'm So in Love with You)", and "Sweet Surrender".
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Warner Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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