Bob Seger Stranger in Town
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- Released: September 25, 2001
- Originally Released: 2001
- Label: Capitol
- 1.Hollywood Nights
- 2.Still the Same
- 3.Old Time Rock & Roll
- 4.Till It Shines
- 5.Feel Like a Number
- 6.Ain't Got No Money
- 7.We've Got Tonight
- 8.Brave Strangers
- 9.The Famous Final Scene
Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band: Bob Seger (vocals); Drew Abbott (guitar); Alto Reed (horns); Robyn Robbins (keyboards); Chris Campbell (bass); David Teegarden (drums, percussion).
Additional personnel: Glenn Frey, Don Felder, Pete Carr, Jimmie Johnson (guitar); Bill Payne (piano, organ); Doug Riley (piano); Barry Beckett (keyboards); David Hood (bass); Roger Hawkins (drums, percussion);
Venetta Fields, Clydie King, Shirley Mathews, Julia Waters, Maxine Waters, Luther Waters, Oren Waters, Brandye, James Lavell Easley, Stanley Carter, George Jackson (background vocals).
Producers: Bob Seger, Punch, Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section.
Engineers include: John Arrias, Greg Hamm, Steve Melton.
Recorded at Criteria Studios, Miami, Florida; Muscle Shoals Sound Studios, Sheffield, Alabama; Cherokee Studios, Los Angeles, California; Capitol Records Studios, Hollywood, California; Sound Suite Studios, Detroit,
Digitally remastered by Robert Vosgien (2001, Capitol Mastering, Los Angeles, California).
After nearly a decade of struggling, working-class rocker Bob Seger hit the big time with such acclaimed releases as 1976's one-two punch LIVE BULLET and NIGHT MOVES, and two years later, STRANGER IN TOWN. The latter quickly became (and remains) one of Seger's most commercially and artistically successful albums.
Included are two of his most instantly recognizable hits--the self-explanatory "Old Time Rock n' Roll," a song that would enjoy a second chart life when used in the 1982 film RISKY BUSINESS, and the reflective "Still the Same." Around the time of STRANGER's release, the press was pitting Seeger against another popular blue-collar rock hero--Bruce Springsteen. The record buying public ignored the debate, however, accepting both rockers with open arms.
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