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EDITORS’ NOTES

Bob Seger's music was ignored by the mainstream for nearly a decade before he got big—something to remember when exploring his catalog. While he enjoyed multiple creative peaks, he was a remarkably consistent artist all the way down, from the organ-drenched hard rock of 1968's “Ivory” to a mid-‘80s live version of Creedence Clearwater Revival's Vietnam protest “Fortunate Son.” Then there's 1976's “Bo Diddley Medley,” a searing reminder that Seger was as gifted at interpreting the rock 'n' roll canon as he was adding to it.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Bob Seger's music was ignored by the mainstream for nearly a decade before he got big—something to remember when exploring his catalog. While he enjoyed multiple creative peaks, he was a remarkably consistent artist all the way down, from the organ-drenched hard rock of 1968's “Ivory” to a mid-‘80s live version of Creedence Clearwater Revival's Vietnam protest “Fortunate Son.” Then there's 1976's “Bo Diddley Medley,” a searing reminder that Seger was as gifted at interpreting the rock 'n' roll canon as he was adding to it.

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