Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Commentary (music and lyrics not included). Pages: 27. Chapters: 2 + 2 = ?, Against the Wind (Bob Seger song), American Storm, Bob Seger discography, Downtown Train, East Side Story (Bob Seger song), Fire Lake, Fortunate Son, Heavy Music, Hollywood Nights (song), I've Been Working, Katmandu (song), Landing in London, Like a Rock (song), Lookin' Back, Lucifer (Bob Seger song), Midnight Rider, Night Moves (song), Nutbush City Limits, Old Time Rock and Roll, Ramblin' Gamblin' Man (song), Roll Me Away, Shakedown (Bob Seger song), Shame on the Moon, Tryin' To Live My Life Without You, Turn the Page (Bob Seger song), We've Got Tonight, You Never Can Tell (song). Excerpt: The discography of Bob Seger, an American rock artist, includes sixteen studio albums, two live albums, five compilation albums and more than sixty singles (including regional releases and collaborations). Bob Seger's albums have sold over 50 million copies and received seven multi-platinum, four Platinum and two Gold certifications by the RIAA. With the single exception of Smokin' O.P.'s, re-released on CD with remastered sound by Capitol in 2005, all of Seger's albums prior to Beautiful Loser (the pre-Silver Bullet Band releases) have long remained out of print. The albums Ramblin' Gamblin' Man, Mongrel and Seven were briefly available on CD in 1993. Noah, Brand New Morning and Back in '72 were only available on vinyl/tape formats and have never been officially reissued on CD. Notes Bob Seger was considered for quite a few more film soundtracks that he ultimately did not appear on. In 1983, after the success of "Old Time Rock and Roll" in Risky Business starring Tom Cruise, the song "No Man's Land" was slated for Cruise's next film All the Right Moves. In 1985, Seger was asked to write the title track for Back to the Future, but eventually "The Power of Love" by Huey Lewis and the News was used instead and became a massive hit. Seger's song was called "Yesterday Rules"; he performed the song live on his 1986 tour. That same year the unreleased song "Can't Hit the Corners No More", which had been recorded for Against the Wind, was scheduled to appear on the soundtrack to The Color of Money, again starring Tom Cruise, but that never happened. In 1989, Seger was invited to record Roy Orbison's "Pretty Woman" as the title track for the movie of the same name, but he turned the offer down, because he was doing recordings for his upcoming album, The Fire Inside, at the time. The song "Roll Me Away" was used in the 1984 movie Reckless and "Feel Like a Number" was used in the 1993 movie Striking Distance.
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