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9 thoughts on “ Seen a Lot of Floors - Bob Seger - Seven (8-Track Cartridge, Album)

  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Bob Seger - Seven at Discogs. Shop Vinyl and CDs and complete your Bob Seger collection.
  2. LOS ANGELES, CA — (October 13, ) — Capitol Records recording artist Bob Seger will release his 18th studio album, I KNEW YOU WHEN, Friday, November 17th. The album, recorded in Nashville and Detroit, is available for pre-order starting today on stopavenatalitlecoheatamdawil.coinfo
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  4. Seen a Lot of Floors This song is by Bob Seger and appears on the album Seven (). Seen a lot of walls, seen a lot of halls Got a lot of calls, late at night.
  5. All of 'em. If Seger has a perfect album, this could be it. Play it loud. The weakest cut on the album, I suppose, might be "Seen A Lot of Floors." On the other hand, it was the b-side of "Need Ya" and it's certainly the perfect b-side, right up there with the Stone's "Under Assistant West Coast Promo Man.".
  6. With his seventh album, appropriately titled Seven, Bob Seger delivered one of his strongest, hardest-hitting rock records -- the toughest since the days of the Bob Seger stopavenatalitlecoheatamdawil.coinfo to say that he ever abandoned rock & roll, since Back in '72Back in '
  7. Background and recording. Seven was the first Seger album to feature 'The Silver Bullet Band', which he would steadily rely on for the rest of his career. The album gained notorious recognition and is a fan favorite despite its rarity. The very successful tour for this album was kicked off with Seger and his newly formed Silver Bullets as the opening act for Kiss.
  8. Get Out of Denver, Long Song Comin', Need Ya, School Teacher, Cross of Gold, U.M.C. (Upper Middle Class), Seen a Lot of Floors, 20 Years from Now, All Your Love.

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