Bob Seger

Live Heavy Bullet – Today’s Vinyl Vault
Bob Seger's classic Heavy Music gets the live on stage treatment for today's Vinyl Vault.  The unforgettable version on Live Bullet just isn't on the air as much as it should be, making it perfect for the Vault.  Plus we can tip our hat to the very talented drummer boy Charl…
Rare Acoustical Seger – Today’s Vinyl Vault
Perhaps one of the rarest Bob Seger albums of them all would be 1971's Brand New Morning.  Unlike Back in 72, which is a great album; frustrating fans by still being unavailable, this one just wasn't good by any means.  And I'm a Seger fan...
The Seger ‘Rarity’ Files – Today’s Vinyl Vault
The age old question, especially in Michigan, is asked over and over again.  When on earth is Bob Seger going to release Back in 72?  Or Mongrel?  Or Seven?  "Probably never" is usually his answer, which continues to frustrate his fans on a daily basis...
Bob Seger Smokes an O.P. on Today’s Vault
Smoking "other people's" cigarettes became known as "smokin' o.p's" back in the day.  Bob Seger simply changed it's meaning to other people's "songs" and put a big pack of lucky strikes on his album cover.  It&a…
Heavy Music From Cobo – Live Bullet on The Vault
Who could forget the classic "Charlie Knows" bit from the live version of Heavy Music?  Certainly not anyone from around here!  The lengthy concert piece will be featured on today's Vinyl Vault in honor of Bob Seger's former drummer Charlie Allen Martin, who you…
American Storm – Seger back on The Vault
Today's Vault track American Storm will certainly be recognizable to Seger fans as a radio single from the summer of '86.  The Like A Rock project was just out in the spring and the Seger camp thought that American Storm would be a huge hit...
Into the Seger Rarity Files Today – The Vinyl Vault
Bob Seger still had some covers left over after Smokin' OP's, so lucky for us, he put them on the next album Back In '72.  His take on The Stealer always caught my ear, being a huge fan of Paul Rodgers old band Free.  He does a great job on it, staying true to the raw bluesy…
Seger Heats Up With ‘Sunburst’ – Today’s Vinyl Vault
Night Moves was released late in 1976, making it a Christmas gift for many a Bob Seger fan and one of 1977's big surprise albums.  Seger finally had a solid national hit that would be felt all around the world.  It was also the beginning of a string of big, big albums, including some …

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