Never a Dull Moment is a 1972 album by rock musician Rod Stewart. It became a UK number-one album (for two weeks) and reached number two on the US Album chart the same year. The track, "You Wear It Well", co-written by Stewart and classical guitarist Martin Quittenton, was a smash hit (another UK No. 1; in US No. 13), as well as "Twistin' the Night Away", a song originally recorded (and written) by Sam Cooke.
Like many of Stewart's albums from the era, Never a Dull Moment features significant musical contributions from the members of his band Faces. Other guest musicians included Ray Jackson of the band Lindisfarne on mandolin, Spike Heatley on upright bass, Gordon Huntley on steel guitar, Dick Powell on violin, Pete Sears on piano and bass.
"Mama You Been on My Mind" is a cover version of a Bob Dylan song. Stewart's version is one of the songs featured in Nick Hornby's book 31 Songs.
Track listing 
Side One 
- "True Blue" (Stewart, Ronnie Wood) – 3:32
- "Lost Paraguayos" (Stewart, Ronnie Wood) – 3:57
- "Mama You Been on My Mind" (Bob Dylan) – 4:29
- "Italian Girls" (Stewart, Ronnie Wood) – 4:54
Side Two 
- "Angel" (Jimi Hendrix) – 4:04
- "Interludings" (A. Wood) – 0:40
- "You Wear It Well" (Stewart, Martin Quittenton) – 4:22
- "I'd Rather Go Blind" (Billy Foster, Ellington Jordon) –3:53
- "Twisting the Night Away" (Sam Cooke) – 3:13
On 8-track tapes, the song "What Made Milwaukee Famous (Has Made a Loser Out of Me)" was on program 2 following "Twisting the Night Away", but it was not mentioned in the song listing.
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