Label: Capitol Records - SN • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Classic Rock Bob Seger System - Mongrel (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(26). Label: Capitol Records - CAPS ,Capitol Records - 0C • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Classic Rock Bob Seger System - Mongrel (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(16). Bob Seger System - LP Mongrel VINYL - liehageludedownfumetheamegilern.coinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl .
But sounding like somebody else is perfectly okay when you do it this well. Absolutely one of his best songs ever, definitely in my top five. I have no idea. Here we get a recap of the previous four years in one song. But even with that cheesy and unnecessary addition, it has all the intensity and sparkle of a great live performance.
One of my all-time favorite covers, and by far my favorite Seger cover. A brilliant ending to a brilliant album, it leaves you wanting a lot more. Hey Vinyl ManJul 31, Location: California. Great overview of Mongrel - thanks! One little nit - Song to Album), can't be Seger's only twelve-bar blues, because it isn't a bar blues itself. It's an bar blues instead! Bars, LP of a twelve bar blues form are repeated in this song so that it's 3 lines of 6 bars vs.
I guess he always had to do something different with the blues. Location: South Elgin, IL. I've tried to like it, but I just dont care for it at all. Mongrel is one that I discovered late. What I find is a crossroads.
He seemed to still be writing in the same keys as he always had, and his voice was changing. In my opinion he was straining on a lot of the Systems later tracks. When he drops it an octave the Seger we know emerged. Bob can do slow and bluesy like nobodies business. In any case, once again no one was paying any attention outside Michigan and Florida. Mongrels failure to break made Seger want to quit again and get out of his contract with Capitol, as he blamed the label for lack of promotion.
JamieCAug 3, Location: in the heart of Germany. Seems I have to play that twofer one more time In great shape even. Special Edition for the 77 Europe Tour says the sticker. I dig Smokin OP's and esp. Baron Von TalbotAug 3, Location: Washington, DC.
Mongrel I like this album a great deal. It is a more rockin' Bob Seger than his more commercial, polished Silver Bullet Band records but at the same time you can hear the SBB elements this early. It is a short but effective album that doesn't aim for the stars but it suceeds well at what it tries to be. River Deep, Mountain High is done well here and the rest of the songs are good.
Here is my original gatefold vinyl copy. Scott in DCAug 3, JamieCAug 5, Bob Seger, both with the Herd or the System, was a product of the Detroit teen clubs, and whether due to Punch or whoever, He got his records on the radio. His music is mostly raucous, recorded and mixed badly. The band is what it is, but it is limited by Bob being the lead guitar. And again his voice was dropping and he was writing in too high a key, although that worked with the System.
If Bob had quit at this point he would have been absolutely forgotten outside of Detroit, or one of the artists on a Nuggets comp and why wasn't Bob on Nuggets anyway? But its easy to forget how young Bob and his band were. Teenagers most of these years. No, but they had a blast playing on stage. And their records were damned good and deserved better than they got nationally.
I've been listening again to the System albums thanks to this thread. Before leaving the System I'd like to put in a plug for Dan Honaker's bass playing. I really enjoy some of the more melodic and counter-melodic things he's playing on all three of these albums, Mongrel perhaps most of all. I wonder how the music would have changed if Honaker had been with the Silver Bullet Band instead? Warren Hawk likes this. I been playing Mongrel twice this past week and still cannot remember any song or good hook from that LP, it Album) sounds bland, muddy and boring, there are 2 songs, that remind me of later Springsteen without reaching a level that is anywhere remotely connected with the fantastic stuff on seven.
I don't get it, maybe if i would understand what he is singing about? Will give it one more try, just because it is Bob Seger. Then i play the other LP in that twofer, maybe Evil Edna - Bob Seger System - Mongrel (Vinyl one does more for me?
Baron Von TalbotAug 6, Acoustic, recorded by Seger in his home. All songs written and composed by Bob Seger. Title Length 1. The album is an acoustic album, somewhat in the vein of Bruce Springsteen's decade-later Nebraska.
This album has never been reissued on a legitimate U. CD release by Capitol. Despite being a fan favorite due to the different atmosphere it has compared to other Seger records, Seger claims it will never be reissued again.
Fans try to get their hands on this gem to hear Seger singing solo and acoustic without a band. However, the album, even on its original vinyl format, is extremely rare. However, the song "Railroad Days" is considered a fan favorite and has received some airplay later in Seger's career on classic rock radio despite the fact that the album released no singles on air at the time the record was released.
Seger often jokes about the album saying he has his only copy "buried in Album) backyard. Nobody bought it and as a result it got me out of my initial Capitol deal in the early '70s. The album sold poorly. Seger has no desire to see it reissued. Hey, it's a quip, okay? He doesn't really have it buried in his backyard.
Beside's he's moved since then. Amazing how many times I hear about this "buried" thing. Seger may not be fond of the material now, but at the time of its release, he played it with spirit, energy and affection.
The first time I ever saw Seger, he played one set with the System, one set alone, doing much of the Brand New Morning material, and a third set with Teegarden and Van Winkle. Later, as the System fully disbanded, he would open a show with an acoustic set, and then bring out Teegarden and Van Winkle for the second set.
Clearly, these Brand New Morning songs were more than cast-off demos slapped onto an album by Capitol. Standout cuts The title cut is a clear standout: almost 30 years later, it's energy and optimism are still strong. I never get tired of it. All of Side Two, to my thinking, is standout material; had some of this been recorded with a band, it could have had commerical appeal, potentially.
One looks back on "Days" the other on "Nights. The lyrics touch on playing baseball and "singing songs to the darkness of the night. The music stops except for a few slow guitar chords. Seger sings: "Yesterday, I heard they shut the trains down.
The format is quite like "Night Moves" but "Railroad Days" is very much its own song. The vocals are chillingl, superb and pure Seger. Other standout cuts are "Louise" " she was an outlaw in the year of '71" and "Something Like" " Hopefully these will turn up on a boxed set someday Seger, the self-described "lonely one" sings: I've been lonely But not lonelier than Him When I'm lonely, still I know He'll forgive me, yes it's so. What's most beautiful about this song is the way Seger absolutely yet sincerely wails these lyrics -- it's head-back, heartfelt, full-on emotion.
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Label: Capitol Records - SKAO • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Blues Rock Bob Seger System - Mongrel (, Gatefold, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(5). Bob Seger System - mongrel LP - Amazon This was the "Bob Seger System's" third album. He played several times in here in North Georgia(with Ted Nugent and The Amboy Dukes sometimes). We thought he was the stuff! At the time, our band played two songs on this album: "Lucifer", a great rock n' roll song, and "Evil Edna", a song /5(43). Label: Capitol Records - CDP 7 2 3 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Hard Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Classic Rock Bob Seger System - Mongrel (CD) | Discogs.
Aug 12, · Personnel Bob Seger - guitar, piano, vocals Brand New Morning is an album by American rock singer/songwriter Bob Seger, released in (see in music). The album is an acoustic album, somewhat in the vein of Bruce Springsteen's decade-later Nebraska. This album has never been reissued on a legitimate U.S. CD release by Capitol.
Mongrel is the third studio album by American rock band the Bob Seger System, released in During its four-week run on the Billboard chart, the album entered the chart at the end of October , then rose to number two weeks later. This was the "Bob Seger System's" third album. He played several times in here in North Georgia(with Ted Nugent and The Amboy Dukes sometimes). We thought he was the stuff! At the time, our band played two songs on this album: "Lucifer", a great rock n' roll song, and "Evil Edna", a song that employs Leslie rotating speakers on /5(42).
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Bob Seger System - Mongrel - liehageludedownfumetheamegilern.coinfo This was the "Bob Seger System's" third album. He played several times in here in North Georgia(with Ted Nugent and The Amboy Dukes sometimes). We thought he was the stuff! At the time, our band played two songs on this album: "Lucifer", a great rock n' roll song, and "Evil Edna", a song /5(45). May 29, · Song to Rufus Evil Edna Highway Child Big River Mongrel Lucifer Teachin' Blues Leanin' on My Dream Mongrel .
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