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daughter Ruby says the hitmaker has given her his prized collection.
Ruby Stewart told followers that she first got intovinyl records when she was just fifteen.
And her Maggie May hitmaker dad had encouraged her by helping her out - by gifting her his collection.
She revealed: "I am obsessed with vinyl. I think I have over 200. I've been collecting since I was fifteen.
"My dad introduced me to it. He also gave me his record collection."
Rod who has just released his new five LP vinyl boxset of songs from 1975 to 1978 asked Ruby and her dog Ziggy to help unveil his new release.
The Daily Record initially revealed the record which was originally announced in April features Atlantic Crossing (1975), A Night on the Town (1976), Footloose & Fancy Free (1977), and Blondes Have More Fun (1978).
It also boasts a fifth LP of previously unreleased studio outtakes.
Whilst the covers of the other four records in the pack feature old photographs of the star, the fifth vinyl inclusion has a green and white cover sleeve.
Inside the record Celtic fans will be delighted to see a Celtic badge in the central label.
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