Bob Seger Albums Getting Remastered
As Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band get ready to hit the road for the second leg of their 2011 North American Tour, two of the bands albums will be remastered and include extra bonus tracks. “Live Bullet” and “Nine Tonight” are being digitally remastered with exclusive bonus tracks and set to be released September 13th. The two live albums were big sellers for Seger and the band:
Originally released in 1976, Live Bullet was recorded at Cobo Hall in Bob Seger’s hometown of Detroit, Michigan. The album has sold over five million copies – News Blaze.com
My brother and I both had our own copies. All my friends had the album. I remember working out to ‘Turn The Page” and listening the album until I wore extra grooves in the vinyl for constant use. ( Yes, I use to work out once upon a time. ) But as popular as “Live Bullet” was “Nine Tonight” was more than golden, it was pure platinum:
Originally released in 1981, Nine Tonight was also recorded, in part, at Detroit’s Cobo Hall, as well as at Boston’s Boston Garden. The five-times platinum album features 16 live hits, including “Old Time Rock And Roll,” “Night Moves,” and “Hollywood Nights,” – News Blaze.com
Both of the remastered originals will feature restored original art work and updated packaging.
The second leg of the band’s North American Tour will take them coast to coast with stops in L.A., New York, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and stops in Canada. The first leg of the tour drew more than 350,000 fans.