The discography of American rock group Steve Miller Band is composed of 18 studio albums (including one solo album by Steve Miller), six live albums, 7 compilation albums, and 30 singles. Originally called the Steve Miller Blues Band, the group first made its mark as a psychedelic blues rock band in San Francisco.
Drums, Backing Vocals – Tim Lead Guitar – Jim Miller (6)Lead Vocals, Twelve-String Guitar, Bass – Bobby Piano, Backing Vocals – Steve Written-By – Bobby Winkelman. A2. I Love You. Bass, Vocals – Bobby Harmonica – Charlie McCoyLead Vocals, Lead Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar – Steve Vocals – Tim Written-By – Steve Miller.
Band Name Steve Miller Band. Album Name Number 5. Type Album. Data de aparición 1970. Miembros poseen este álbum3. 2. 3. Going To The Country.
The Steve Miller Band is an American rock band formed in 1966 in San Francisco, California. The band is led by Steve Miller on guitar and lead vocals. The group is best known for a string of (mainly) mid- to late-1970s hit singles that are staples of classic rock radio, as well as several earlier psychedelic rock albums. Miller left his first band to move to San Francisco and form the Steve Miller Blues Band.
Steve Miller Band Steve Miller's Midnight Tango (1970). Steve Miller Band 1970, Number 5, . ackson-Kent Blues. Steve Miller Band Feel So Glad.
While nobody will ever mistake the Steve Miller Band for a country outfit, there was definitely a nod to Nashville that was evident on the band’s 1970 set Number 5. Lending their instrumental talents to the session were Music City stalwarts Charlie McCoy and Buddy Spicher. Also appearing on the same album was Bobby Thompson on the banjo. Though a departure, the sound of this track isn’t too removed from such sounds of the era as Poco or the Byrds. Released from the Fly Like An Eagle album, this story song narrowly missed becoming a top 10 hit, peaking at No. 11. 6. Steve Miller Band - "Wide River". The band’s most recent Hot 100 chart entry was far from their biggest to date - only peaking at No. 64, but sometimes the true mark of an artist is the music they make when the lights aren’t the brightest.
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Drums, Backing Vocals – Tim*Lead Guitar – Jim Miller Lead Vocals, Twelve-String Guitar, Bass – Bobby*Piano, Backing Vocals – Steve*Written-By – Bobby Winkelman
|A2||I Love You
Bass, Vocals – Bobby*Harmonica – Charlie McCoyLead Vocals, Lead Guitar, Twelve-String Guitar – Steve*Vocals – Tim*Written-By – Steve Miller
|A3||Going To The Country
Bass – Bobby*Drums – Tim*Fiddle – Buddy SpicherHarmonica – Charlie McCoyVocals, Twelve-String Guitar – Steve*Written-By – Ben Sidran, Steve Miller
Acoustic Guitar – Curley Cook*Bass – Steve*Lead Vocals, Drums – Tim*Piano – Nicky HopkinsTrumpet – Bud BillingsWritten-By – Tim Davis
Banjo – Bobby ThompsonGuitar, Bass – Wayne MossHarmonica – Charlie*Harmony Vocals – Bobby*, Steve*Lead Vocals, Drums – Tim*Written-By – Tim Davis
|B1||Going To Mexico
Bass – Bobby*Drums – Tim*Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, Guitar [Condor Innovator] – Steve*Mixed By – Glyn JohnsOrgan – Lee MichaelsRhythm Guitar – Curley Cook*Written-By – Boz Scaggs, Steve Miller
|B2||Steve Miller's Midnight Tango
Drums – Jimmy TillmanKeyboards – Ben SidranVocals, Guitar – Steve*Written-By – Ben Sidran
|B3||Industrial Military Complex Hex
Bass, Backing Vocals – Bobby*Drums, Backing Vocals – Tim*Piano – Nicky HopkinsVocals, Guitar – Steve*Written-By – Steve Miller
Bass – Bobby*Drums – Tim*Lead Vocals, Lead Guitar, Guitar [Echoplex Guitars] – Steve*Rhythm Guitar – Jim Miller Written-By – Steve Miller
|B5||Never Kill Another Man
Bass – Lonnie TurnerPiano – Nicky HopkinsStrings – The Norman Keith Spicher String Heptad*Vocals, Twelve-String Guitar – Steve*Written-By – Steve Miller
- Recorded At – Cinderella Sound Studios
- Mixed At – Wally Heider Studios
- Pressed By – Capitol Records Pressing Plant, Winchester
- Manufactured By – Capitol Records, Inc.
- Published By – Sailor Music
- Published By – Dollar Downs Music
- Published By – R.P. Winkelman Tunes
- Coordinator [For Capitol] – John Palladino
- Engineer [Chief] – Wayne Moss
- Engineer [Second] – Gene Eichelburger*
- Photography By [Front Cover] – Ron Schmid
- Photography By [Others] – Ethan Russell
- Photography By [Valcano] – Kim*
- Producer – The Steve Miller Band*
NotesOriginal release, Winchester Pressing (—◁ scribing in runouts), variant of this Scranton press by same Category.
Track A1 Published by R.P. Winkelman Tunes ASCAP;
A4, A5 - Dollar Downs Music BMI;
all other selections Sailor Music ASCAP
Recorded at Cinderella Sound "Home Of Area Code 615", Nashville, Tennessee
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Label): SKAO 1-436
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Label): SKAO 2-436
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Etch Variant 1): SKAO-1-436 - F1 —◁
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Etch Variant 1): SKAO-2-436 - F4 —◁
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Etch Variant 2): SKAO-1-436 - F8#2 —◁
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Etch Variant 2): SKAO-2-436 - F7 —◁
- Matrix / Runout (A Side Etch Variant 3): SKAO-1-436 - F7 —◁
- Matrix / Runout (B Side Etch Variant 3): SKAO-2-436 - F7 —◁
- Rights Society: BMI
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Other (U.S. Pat. No.): 2,631,859
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|8XT-436||Steve Miller Band||Number 5 (8-Trk, Album)||Capitol Records||8XT-436||US||1970|
|SKAO-436||Steve Miller Band||Number 5 (LP, Album, Jac)||Capitol Records||SKAO-436||US||1970|