Rod Stewart announces 'You're in My Heart' compilation with Royal Philharmonic Orchestra

18 September 2019, 10:23 | Updated: 18 September 2019, 14:34

By Tom Eames

Sir Rod Stewart will celebrate 50 years of music with a special new greatest hits compilation with a twist.

You're In My Heart: Rod Stewart with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra will feature classic vocal tracks from Rod's greatest songs, with new arrangements performed by The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Not only that, but the album will include a new version of 'It Takes Two' featuring Robbie Williams, and a brand-new song titled 'Stop Loving Her Today'.

The album will be released November 22 in two editions. Produced by Trevor Horn, it features hits including 'Sailing', 'I Don't Want to Talk About It' and 'Maggie May'.

Listen to a new version of 'Sailing' below:

Rod Stewart with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Rod Stewart with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Picture: Sam Scales

The full tracklisting is:

1CD

Maggie May
It Takes Two (with Robbie Williams)
Sailing
Reason To Believe
Handbags and Gladrags
Tonight’s The Night (Gonna Be Alright)
I Don’t Want To Talk About It
The First Cut Is The Deepest
You’re In My Heart (The Final Acclaim)
I Was Only Joking
Young Turks
Forever Young
Rhythm Of My Heart
Have I Told You Lately
Stop Loving Her Today

2CD Deluxe Edition

CD1:

Maggie May
Reason To Believe
Handbags & Gladrags
Sailing
Tonight’s The Night (Gonna Be Alright)
The Killing Of Georgie (Part I and II)
I Don’t Want To Talk About It
The First Cut Is The Deepest
You’re In My Heart (The Final Acclaim)
I Was Only Joking

CD2:

It Takes Two (with Robbie Williams)
Stay With Me (with Faces)
Young Turks
What Am I Gonna Do (I’m So In Love With You)
Every Beat Of My Heart
Forever Young
Downtown Train
Rhythm Of My Heart
Have I Told You Lately
Tom Traubert’s Blues (Waltzing Matilda)
If We Fall In Love Tonight
Stop Loving Her Today

Rod and Robbie are old pals
Rod and Robbie are old pals. Picture: Rex Shutterstock

The album coincides with the continuation of Rod's biggest ever UK tour, with live performances in November and December. 

Earlier this week, Rod revealed that he was now in remission after secretly battling prostate cancer for a number of years.

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