|Ever since the release of GREATEST HITS 1974-78 in 1978, that particular Steve Miller Band compilation has become the kind of ubiquitous album found in every college student's record collection. YOUNG HEART updates the aforementioned HITS album by including its entire track listing, minus the obscurities "True Fine Love" and "Winter Time." Otherwise, classics like the socially conscious "Fly Like an Eagle," snappy "Jungle Love," sassy "The Joker," and country-fried "Dance Dance Dance" get the digitally remastered scrub and brushing. More importantly, this is the first anthology that draws from Miller's entire 35-year association with Capitol Records. This means "Abracadabra," the Milwaukee native's only '80s chart-topper, is included with '60s fare like the hard-charging rave-up "Livin' in the USA" and the 1969 Paul McCartney collaboration "My Dark Hour." Other cuts representing Miller's '80s and '90s output include ethereal "I Want to Make the World Turn Around" and the harmony-laden twang-fest "Wide River." Often overlooked in the pantheon of classic rock greats, Steve Miller more than proves his mettle by way of the career-spanning approach perfectly executed on YOUNG HEART: COMPLETE GREATEST HITS.