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We saw Bob Segar in concert about a month ago at Banker’s Life Fieldhouse (home of the Indiana Pacers). He put on a extremely good show considering his age and recent shoulder problems. I had forgotten about some of his music – it’s really pretty good! He did really good versions of Night Moves, Hollywood Nights, Mainstreet (reminded me of downtown Sheridan IN where I worked w/my dad at Biddle’s Screw machine factory during summer break), Old Time Rock & Roll, Like a Rock, We’ve got Tonight, Against the Wind and Sill the Same!!I would rate this greatest hits package a very high 9. 0 to 9. 5 – recommended for anyone above the age of 40 or so!! Check it out!
2011 two CD compilation from the Rock singer, songwriter and icon. For the first time, all of Bob Seger’s top hits have been gathered for a career-spanning double disc set. The 26-track collection includes “Night Moves,” “Turn The Page,” “Hollywood Nights,” “Mainstreet,” “Old Time Rock And Roll,” “Like A Rock,” “Her Strut,” “We’ve Got Tonight,” “Against The Wind,” “Still The Same,” and many other classics, as well as the Detroit rocker’s two #1 radio singles from this year, “Downtown Train” and his current #1 Classic Rock hit, “Hey Hey Hey Hey (Going Back To Birmingham).” All songs on the album have been meticulously remastered from the original master tapes, including the original mono version of Seger’s first hit “Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man” and Seger’s timeless rendition of the holiday classic “Little Drummer Boy.”
Ultimate Hits: Rock And Roll Never Forgets Review
Great collection of Seger songs. I was in my car and a block of Seger songs came on the radio. I guess it was the mood I was in or something but as I listened to the lyrics, I realized how much I liked them and how good each song was. I went home and thought I had some of his CD’s in my collection but I must have gotten rid of them. I bought this one and really like it. -Read Reviews-
I’ve loved Seger since ‘Ramblin’ Gamblin’ Man’. (Which was the b-side of the 45 but the DJ’s didn’t know that the A side ‘Tales of Lucy Blue’ was supposed to be the hit)