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Bob Seger — Night Moves
Album: Night Moves
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Released: 1976
Length: 5:19
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 morgsy67 wrote:
I don't understand why people object to "classic rock" tunes like this included in an eclectic mix.
Isn't that what atracts us to this net station in the first place?- or are you looking for constant "alternative" and "obscure" music?
 
{#Yes}     for this ol' boy, on this wintery mid-day, it's a good one alright
Roll Me Away and The Fire Inside. 


Everybody in my alien space craft loves this song...

This song is soooo good for the ears...
 
I don't understand why people object to "classic rock" tunes like this included in an eclectic mix. Isn't that what atracts us to this net station in the first place?- or are you looking for constant "alternative" and "obscure" music?
Geecheeboy wrote:
Holy crap, Bill is playing Seger.
Nice Detroit Surprise.
mellow
Holy crap, Bill is playing Seeger.
While this is the "hit" RP you could have played some of his other album cuts that are just as great! I'd rather hear those than the hits.
Ok, so it was one of the first acoustic guitar riffs I ever learned at 15, can remember making out with a girl in the back of a 69 camaro, and it's not a bad tune, but I've heard this on southern classic rock stations more than Zeppelin. Hey, I AM from the South.
this is one of the best songs. ever. it brings back some sort of serene nostalgia. isnt it funny how you remember...
wow, a lot of Bob Segar songs on RP, but then ones like this, which are great, haven't even been played once...and no Turn The Page
one of the most perfect songs ever recorded