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Steppenwolf is the debut album by Canadian rock band Steppenwolf, released in January 1968 on ABC Dunhill Records. The album was a successful debut for the band, featuring the songs "Born to Be Wild", as well as "The Pusher", both of which were used in the 1969 film Easy Rider. Berry Rides Again" is a tribute to guitarist Chuck Berry. The spelling of track on the vinyl is "Hootchie Kootchie Man".
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Steppenwolf: "Steppenwolf" self titled debut LP. Original 1960's USA Pressing WHITE LABEL Promo Copy released on DUNHILL (DS-50029). Has been VPI Cleaned and plays Excellent. Steppenwolf - 16 Greatest Hits - 1973 MCA Records LP Album. Cover is clean and intact with some light shelf wear. Includes inner sleeve. Steppenwolf – Live - NEW, Sealed - 2x LP Vinyl Records - Hard Rock - 1970. Item:Steppenwolf – Live. Genre:Hard Rock, Classic Rock. Label: ABC/Dunnhill Records -DSD50075. Steppenwolf-Self Titled 1st lp-Dunhill 50029 Foil Cover 1st press NM RARE 1968.
Steppenwolf : Early Steppenwolf,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. 5. Tighten Up Your Wig. 6. Pusher. Other productions from Steppenwolf. The Best Of John Kay & Sparrow - Tighten Up Your Wig.
Early Steppenwolf (1969) by Steppenwolf. Genres: Hard Rock, Psychedelic Rock Members: John Kay, Mars Bonfire, Goldie McJohn, Nick St. Nicholas, Jerry Edmonton.
Steppenwolf only recorded seven discs for Dunhill Records in the short span between 1968 and 1971, six of them studio albums, and one allegedly "live" - though there was early Sparrow material recorded in May of 1967 not released by the label until 1972. Throw in a greatest-hits package along with Columbia's reissue of yet more Sparrow recordings, and how they came up with Steppenwolf 7 for the title of this, their fifth studio recording for Dunhill, is a question for hardcore fans of the band to debate (don't even bring the movie soundtracks into this equation)
On this day in 1969, Steppenwolf's live album 'Early Steppenwolf' was No. 29 on the Billboard charts . On this day in 1969, Steppenwolf performed on the Ed Sullivan Show their first and only time Mais. STEPPENWOLF "Born To Be Wild" on The Ed Sullivan Show.
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|A2||Howlin' For My Baby||4:42|
|A3||I'm Goin' Upstairs||7:22|
|A5||Tighten Up Your Wig||3:15|
- Art Direction, Design – Gary Burden
- Bass – Nick St. Nicholas
- Drums – Jerry Edmonton
- Engineer – David Travis*
- Guitar – Mars Bonfire
- Guitar, Vocals – John Kay
- Organ – Goldie McJohn*
- Recorded By [Original] – Peter Abram
- Supervised By [Re-recording Supervision] – Dennis Lavinthal, Joe Sill
NotesRecorded live at The Matrix in San Francisco, May 14, 1967.
|DS 50060, DS-50060||Steppenwolf||Early Steppenwolf (LP, Album, Tru)||Dunhill, Dunhill, ABC Records||DS 50060, DS-50060||US||1969|
|DS 50060||Steppenwolf||Early Steppenwolf (LP, Album, RE, Jac)||ABC/Dunhill Records||DS 50060||US||Unknown|
|DS-50060||Steppenwolf||Early Steppenwolf (LP, Album)||Dunhill||DS-50060||Canada||1969|
|25 580 HT, 25 580 XAT||Steppenwolf||Pop Gold (LP, Album, Club, RE)||ABC Records, ABC Records||25 580 HT, 25 580 XAT||Germany||1977|
|MVCM-18508||Steppenwolf||Early Steppenwolf (CD, Album, RE)||MCA Records||MVCM-18508||Japan||1995|