Miller Steve-Fly Like an Eagle DVD (2006)

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Product Overview

Originally released in 1976, the Steve Miller Band's Fly Like An Eagle was a masterpiece of modern rock and remains one of the top rock 'n' roll records of all time. Featuring tracks like "Fly Like An Eagle", "Take the Money & Run" and "Rock'n Me", this 30th Anniversary Limited Edition collection includes the seminal album plus a bonus DVD showcasing the band in their heyday.

Specifications

Label Universal (Music)
SKU 202810889
UPC 094637111628
UPC 14 00094637111628
Format DVD
Release Date 7/18/2006
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Author Steve Band Miller
Credits
Drums Gary Mallaber
Bass Lonnie Turner
Vocals, Guitar Steve Miller
Artist Bio
Steve Miller BandSteve Miller was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on October 5, 1943. His mother was an accomplished singer, and his father, Dr. George "Sonny" Miller, was a physician by profession and an amateur recording engineer in his spare time. Many members of Steve's family were musicians, and he received his first guitar at age 4. Steve put it to good use performing songs for his family and playmates.Les Paul, the inventor of the electric guitar and multi-track recording, and his wife, Mary Ford, were regular visitors at the Miller house. In fact, Steve's father was best man at their wedding. Les and Mary taught Steve his first chords when he was five years old. Steve still uses some of the techniques they taught him at that time.Between touring, managing his career, writing songs, and recording 8 albums in 65 months, Steve was exhausted. He decided to take some time off, and spent the next year and a half writing and recording the bulk of his next two albums. "Fly Like an Eagle" was released May 1976, featuring Lonnie Turner on bass and Gary Mallaber on drums. One year and one day later "Book of Dreams" was released with the addition of Byron Allred on keyboards and session work by Greg Douglass, David Denny, and Norton Buffalo. The two albums contained a string of multiple hit songs. The band was now playing arenas rather than theaters. Both albums were certified quadruple platinum. Lonnie Turner was replaced by Gerald Johnson, and the band released "Circle of Love" in 1981.
Features
Limited Edition, DVD
Product Attributes
Actor Miller,Steve Band
Label Capitol Records
Music Format Compact Disc
Video Format DVD
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