Best of 1968-1973 songs Product Information
Best of 1968-1973 album for sale by Steve Miller Band was released Jul 30, 1991 on the Capitol label. On "My Dark Hour" Paul McCartney plays under the alias Paul Ramon. With Steve Miller's GREATEST HITS 1974-1978 compilation one of his best selling albums, in 1990 Capitol Records decided to issue a companion collection (albeit 12 years after the original's release), THE BEST OF 1968-1973. Although one song ("The Joker") appears on both albums, the track listing is otherwise completely different and focuses on Miller's early blues/psychedelic phase. Best of 1968-1973 CD music contains a single disc. ...See Full Description
Best of 1968-1973 album for sale Product Description
Best of 1968-1973 buy CD music Customer Reviews
||Steve Miller Review|
Best of 1968-1973 CD music I have been a Steve Miller fan since 1970, and these early works will thrill anybody who likes him.
By chrslcs (Round Lake Park, IL, USA)
||The real deal|
Best of 1968-1973 buy CD music While Stevie "Guitar" Miller has one wildly succesful song book - of chart hits that are both infectious and have held up over time - especially since the majority of them have dropped out of heavy rotation (no way faster to kill a good song or turn fans against one of their own) Stevie's earlier work is extremely credible in it's own right.
By Your Saving Grace (Quicksilver, USA)
||Agrees with Quicksilver!|
Best of 1968-1973 songs I've had this for a long time and I'm not sure I've really ever listened to it! Like the other reviewer, this one has some hidden gems and while it doesn't have all the popular pop melodies that the 74-78 Greatest Hits has, it has a broad eclectic bluesy flavor to it! Where it really get's good is from track 9 on! Now why "The Joker" is on both Greatest Hits I don't have a clue?
By mheinen3 (Oklahoma City, OK, USA)
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Best of 1968-1973 songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1109123|
|Release Date||Jul 30, 1991|
|Producer||Steve Miller; Glyn Johns; Steve Miller Band; Ben Sidran; Steve Miller (Compilation)|
|Recording Time||77 minutes|