Steve Miller Band: Live! [Capitol]

Steve Miller Band: Live! [Capitol]

by Steve Miller Band
     
 

Released in 1983 Steve Miller Band: Live! is culled from a concert, or several concerts, that SMB gave on the supporting tour for Abracadabra. They run through all the big hits -- the most obscure this gets is "Mercury Blues," from their most popular album, Fly Like an…  See more details below

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Released in 1983 Steve Miller Band: Live! is culled from a concert, or several concerts, that SMB gave on the supporting tour for Abracadabra. They run through all the big hits -- the most obscure this gets is "Mercury Blues," from their most popular album, Fly Like an Eagle -- in performances that pretty much stick to the record. There's not much here that's different and, accordingly, there are zero revelations, but this is pleasant and enjoyable. There's no real reason to get the record, since it isn't even infused with much live energy, but once it's playing, it's easy to get sucked into the greatest-hits set list. (By the way, the town where SMB performed is not listed in the liners, but the crowd does give a hearty cheer for "Detroit City" in "Rock 'n Me," so maybe that's where it was cut.)

Product Details

Release Date:
10/25/1990
Label:
Capitol
UPC:
0077779131525
catalogNumber:
91315

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Steve Miller Band   Primary Artist
Steve Miller   Indexed Contributor,Guitar,Vocals
Norton Buffalo   Harmonica,Vocals
Byron Allred   Keyboards
Gerald Johnson   Bass
Kenny Lee Lewis   Bass,Guitar
John Massaro   Guitar
Gary Mallaber   Drums

Technical Credits

Norton Buffalo   Contributor
Byron Allred   Contributor
Kenny Lee Lewis   Contributor
John Massaro   Contributor
Steve Miller   Composer,Contributor
Gary Mallaber   Contributor
Gerald Jonhson   Contributor
Paul "Earthquake" Pena   Composer

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