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Old 06-27-2004, 05:59 PM   #16
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Originally posted by u2popmofo
Ah!!! I had been trying to remember what songs he did when I first saw this thread. I really like 'Turn the Page', great song. Other than that, 'Like A Rock' is probably the only other of his songs I can think of. What are some more of his more popular songs?
*Night Moves
*Against The Wind

And pretty much everything else mentioned in this thread

My personal favorites are Roll Me Away, Night Moves, Turn the Page, Main Street, Katmandu, Traveling Man, Beautiful Loser and Hollywood Nights. I cannot stand Old Time Rock and Roll. Guess I've heard it too many times in my life....

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Old 06-27-2004, 11:24 PM   #17
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I like him. My ex-boyfriend was a huge, huge fan (although I liked Seger long before I met him). It was a bit hard to listen to BS for a while after we broke up because it reminded me too much of my ex!

I mainly like Seger's earlier stuff, but I also dug "Like A Rock" until the Chevy commercials ruined it. Oh, and his version of "Little Drummer Boy" on the first Very Special Christmas album kicks ass.

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