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Night Moves [Remastered] Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered
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Audio CD, Original recording reissued, Original recording remastered, December 7, 1999
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After forming his Silver Bullet Band and touring relentlessly, Bob went Top 40 with a live LP before going Top 10 with this 1976 smash. From the album opener Rock and Roll Never Forgets to the two other hits here, the irresistible Night Moves and the bittersweet Mainstreet , this remains a certified classic of heartland rock!
After more than 10 years working the Midwest club circuit, Detroit's Bob Seger hit mainstream American paydirt with this distillation of working-class values and juke-joint rock & roll. His regional success had been brewing throughout the mid-'70s, but after Bruce Springsteen connected with Born to Run (copping Seger's traditional rock values, to say nothing of his husky tone), it was only a matter of time before Seger found his ticket. Seger scores here with the nostalgic title track, the somber ballad "Mainstreet," the over-tanked rocker "Rock 'n' Roll Never Forgets," and the raunch standard "The Fire Down Below." --Rob O'Connor
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There are some great classic rock songs like "Rock and Roll Never Forgets" and "Night Moves" but also some more sensous laid back tunes like, "Sunspot Baby" and "Mary Lou"
I'm not really sure if having the gold disc edition really adds anything, I couldn't tell any difference, but this version does sound a lot better than my old cassette tape version.
A good reccomendation for anyone who likes 70's classic rock.
"Night Moves", to my mind is one of the greatest rock songs ever. Of course, songs about long-lost youth (sometimes sadly misspent, sometimes wonderfully misspent), and long lost loves often make the best and the most memorable ones.
The rest of this album is fine, with lots of good songs. "Rock & Roll Never Forgets", "Fire Down Below" and "Mainstreet" are among my favorites. Seger was one of the last great rockers, who I think was as consistently creative as the much more commercially popular Bruce Springsteen. He has put together a fantastic collection of songs. This album is a great addition.