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Steppenwolf: All Time Greatest Hits

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  • Whether you see this as a single disc version of 1991’s Born To Be Wild/A Retrospective or a slightly expanded version of 1973’s 16 Greatest Hits, it’s all the Steppenwolf the average fan will need. In addition to including all of their Top 40 hits, you also get all of their lesser hits and key album tracks like “Don’t Step on the Grass, Sam,” “The Pusher,” “Snowblind Friend” and “For Ladies Only.”One of the first concerts I ever saw was during my freshman year in college in 1970 when Steppenwolf was touring in support of Monster. [I still have my ticket stub--four bucks!] It was an amazing show. John Kay owned the stage. Hearing these songs again brings back a flood of memories and they still “get your motor runnin’” thirty years later. If you’re looking to upgrade your old copy of 16 Greatest Hits, this adds “Don’t Step on the Grass, Sam,” “Straight Shootin’ Woman” (the only track on this collection recorded after the release of 1971’s For Ladies Only) and the complete 9-minute medley “Monster/Suicide/America”–Greatest Hits included only “Monster.” The band saw a lot of personnel changes over the years, but the music was always of consistently high quality. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

    Posted on March 15, 2010