Seven is the seventh studio album by American rock singer-songwriter Bob Seger, released in 1974. It is currently out of print. Seven was the first Seger album to feature 'The Silver Bullet Band', which he would steadily rely on for the rest of his career. The very successful tour for this album was kicked off with Seger and his newly formed Silver Bullets as the opening act for Kiss
Data de aparición Marzo 1974. Miembros poseen este álbum3. 1. Get Out of Denver.
With his seventh album, appropriately titled Seven, Bob Seger delivered one of his strongest, hardest-hitting rock records - the toughest since the days of the Bob Seger System. Not to say that he ever abandoned rock & roll, since Back in '72 was filled with fantastic rockers, but it was tempered with reflective singer/songwriter material. Even the slowest song, "20 Years from Now," is a steady mid-tempo ballad that showcases the band.
Seven (Bob Seger album), Seven is the seventh studio album by American rock singer/songwriter Bob Seger, released in 1974 It is currently out of printcitation needed Back.
Noah (The Bob Seger System album). Noah is the second studio album by American rock band The Bob Seger System, released in 1969 (see 1969 in music). Seger was displeased with this album as it was the label's intention to showcase Tom Neme as the voice of the band. Seger contemplated quitting music altogether after this album. It has never been reissued on a legitimate .
Audio CD, CD, January 26, 1993. This is a great album and should really be considered as the first in his series of classic albums. If you like beautiful loser - the distance, get this also. One person found this helpful.
Is Seven the best album by Bob Seger? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Seven by Bob Seger (1974) Overall rank: 31,461st. Accolades: Top albums of 1974 (352nd). Top albums of the 1970s (3,590th). Best albums of all time (31,461st).
Bob Seger arrived on the Detroit music scene in 1961 fronting a three-piece band called the Decibels. The band included Seger on guitar, piano, keyboards, and vocals, Pete Stanger on guitar, and . All of the members attended Ann Arbor High. Seger was unable to follow up this success. For the next album, singer-songwriter Tom Neme joined The System, ultimately writing and singing the majority of the tunes featured, for which the group was heavily criticized. The album, called Noah, failed to chart at all, leading Seger to briefly quit the music industry and attend college. He returned the following year and put out the System's final album, 1970's Mongrel, this time without Tom Neme. Bob Schultz left the band as well, being replaced by Dan Watson.
|A1||Get Out Of Denver||2:42|
|A2||Long Song Comin'||4:26|
|A5||Cross Of Gold||2:20|
|B1||UMC (Upper Middle Class)||3:12|
|B2||Seen A Lot Of Floors||2:57|
|B3||20 Years From Now||4:30|
|B4||All Your Love||4:27|
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Produced For – Hideout Productions
- Recorded At – Quadraphonic Sound Studios
- Recorded At – Pampa Studios
- Recorded At – United Sound Systems
- Recorded At – GM Studios
- Mastered At – Capitol Mastering
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
- Published By – Gear Publishing Co.
- Bass – Chris Campbell (tracks: A4, A5, B1, B4), Tom Cogbilll* (tracks: A1 to A3, B2, B3)
- Cover – Thomas Weschler
- Drums – Charlie Martin* (tracks: A5, B1, B4), Ken Buttrey* (tracks: A1 to A3, B2, B3), Randy Meyers (tracks: A4)
- Engineer [G.M.] – Mylon Bogden*
- Engineer [Pampa] – Jim Bruzzese
- Engineer [Quadraphonic] – Gene Eichelberger
- Engineer [United] – George Patak
- Lead Guitar – Bill Mueller (tracks: A4), Dave Doran (tracks: A2), Drew Abbott (tracks: A5, B1, B4), Jimmy McCarty* (tracks: A1, B2)
- Mastered By – Wally*
- Mellotron – Robin Robbins* (tracks: B4)
- Organ – John Harris (tracks: B3), Rick Manasa (tracks: A5, B1, B4)
- Photography By – S. Sparling*, Thomas Weschler
- Piano – Bobby Woods* (tracks: B3), David Briggs (tracks: A1 to A3, B2, B3), Rick Manasa (tracks: A5, B1, B4)
- Producer – Bob Seger, Punch*
- Rhythm Guitar – Charlie McCoy (tracks: A1, A3)
- Saxophone – Tom Cartmell* (tracks: A2, B2)
- Slide Guitar – Jimmy McCarty* (tracks: A3)
- Written-By, Vocals – Bob Seger
NotesRecorded at Quadraphonic Studios, Nashville Engineer-Gene Eichelberger
Pampa Studios, Detroit, Engineer-Jim Bruzzese
United Sound, Detroit, Engineer-George Patak
G.M. Studios, Engineer-Mylon Bogden
℗ © 1974 Warner Bros. Records Inc.
This album has been released previously by Reprise Records and Capitol Records, Inc.
A Capitol Re-issue
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7777-16108-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1 Etched): SN-1-16108 F-2 Wally
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2 Etched): SN-2-16108 F-2 Wally
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped Both Sides): MASTERED BY CAPITOL
- Rights Society: ASCAP
|MS 2184||Bob Seger||Seven (LP, Album)||Palladium Records , Reprise Records||MS 2184||US||1974|
|10C 254-085.347||Bob Seger||Seven = Siete (Cass)||Capitol Records||10C 254-085.347||Spain||1980|
|E-ST 11748, 0C 062 ◦ 85347||Bob Seger||Seven (LP, Album)||Capitol Records, Capitol Records||E-ST 11748, 0C 062 ◦ 85347||UK||1974|
|4N-16108||Bob Seger||Seven (Cass, Album, Dol)||Capitol Records||4N-16108||US||1974|
|ST-11748||Bob Seger||Seven (LP, Album, RE)||Capitol Records||ST-11748||Canada||Unknown|