“We’re finally doing it, we’re going digital.” That’s a direct quote from [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Bob Seger[/lastfm] whose foray into the digital-music world of iTunes and Amazon.
[lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Bob Seger[/lastfm]‘s two multiplatinum concert albums, 1976′s Live Bullet (with the killer version of Katmandu), and 1981′s Nine Tonight, are both available now. Early Seger Volume 1, featuring a collection of re-worked tracks and unreleased songs from the 70′s is also now available. Seger‘s 16 studio albums will all be released “in drips and drabs” as well as a new studio album in 2012.
Taking all those old records off the shelf at this time would be premature. There are still lot of tracks that haven made it into the digital format.
Here’s a track called “Very Few” that was the “B” side of a pre-fame [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Bob Seger[/lastfm] released in 1967 on Cameo Parkway single C-473. I doubt this will ever show up on iTunes. To me, even the early stuff showed promise. What do you think?