Bob Seger’s Last Heard Reissued
A lot of people have been waiting for this rock and roll collection for a long time and it's here. Bob Seger The Last Heard - Heavy Music: The Complete Cameo Recordings 1966-1967
Back in the mid 1960's when Bob was the keyboard player and occasional singer in Doug Brown & The Omens, he met his future manager Edward “Punch” Andrews who co-owned the Hideout Records label. After The Omens split up, Bob formed his own group and while writing for The Underdogs, another band on Hideout, he co-authored their single “Get Down On Your Knees.” After a failed attempt by The Underdogs to record the Seger-penned “East Side Story,” Bob was encouraged to record it himself and it was released by Hideout in June of 1966 under the name Bob Seger. The single was quickly reissued by Cameo Records just 6 months later, with Bob Seger & The Last Heard on the label. As they say the rest is rock history.
The collection is wrapped in a newly designed album package, sold as a single CD, a single 180-gram vinyl and on all digital platforms.
More information on ordering here.
Source: ABKCO Records