|4||Loneliness Is A Feeling||3:05|
|6||Jumpin' Humpin' Hip Hypocrite||3:07|
|7||Follow The Children||3:09|
|9||Paint Them A Picture Jane||4:03|
|11||East Side Story||2:26|
|13||Ballad Of The Yellow Beret||2:28|
|14||Heavy Music - Part I||2:36|
Wow! After listening to "Ramblin' Gamblin' Man" I checked out more of this band's material and just, wow! I would've never thought I'd like Bob Seger this much. Some of his mainstream is okay, nothing of my particular interest. But this is more of my type of favorite music. Late 60s, garage rock, and Detroit flavored psych.
After researching this album by The Bob Seger System, it seems to be one of the more obscure records released by him. The majority of songs here are right up my alley! They have hard rock energy with good melodies and one-of-a-kind songs. He was a much better writer for this kind of music than the rest of his material, in my opinion. Songs such as "Lonely Man", the improvising jam "Cat", and my favorite track from here "Death Row", with it's garage rock tone, and lyrics about troubled youth. Definitely 'feels' like a Detroit record with a lot of these elements. There are a few pop songs here too, but they fill up the rest of the record quite nicely. I'm surprised none of these songs have ended up being remembered besides "Ramblin' Gamlbin' Man" to other fans of Seger.
Overall though I'm quite impressed. However I think I prefer listening to "Ramblin' Gamblin' Man" album, this is still great rocking material.
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