It’s been 50 years since Steve Miller Band’s first two Capitol Records albums were released in 1968, and now Miller and Capitol/UMe are incredibly excited to announce the May 18th release of the legendary Steve Miller Band’s first nine studio albums in an unprecedented new 180-gram vinyl box set collection called Complete Albums Volume 1 (1968-1976). Spanning the band’s first studio album, Children of the Future, through 1976’s multi-platinum masterpiece Fly Like an Eagle, the albums have all been remastered and are available now for pre-order. Each album is also available for pre-order as individual 180-gram black LPs to be released on the same date, as well as limited edition 180-gram color vinyl LPs for sale exclusively via uDiscoverMusic.
The Steve Miller Band’s first nine studio albums have also been newly remastered for HD digital audio (96kHz/24-bit). Starting with today’s (Fri, Feb 16th) global release of Children of the Future, the albums’ HD digital audio debuts will continue weekly in chronological order ahead of the Complete Albums Volume 1 vinyl release.
A much-loved summer tradition, the iconic Steve Miller Band has been performing inspired versions of Miller’s incomparable songbook to legions of fans across the globe for many years. Among the many highlights of this year’s tour with Peter Frampton, the SMB will be performing at the legendary Radio City Music Hall in New York City, the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, CA, and will be closing out the final day of New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.
Children of the Future [HD digital audio release: February 16]
Sailor [HD digital audio release: February 23]
Brave New World [HD digital audio release: March 2]
Your Saving Grace [HD digital audio release: March 9]
Number 5 [HD digital audio release: March 16]
Rock Love [HD digital audio release: March 23]
Recall the Beginning… A Journey from Eden [HD digital audio release: March 30]
The Joker [HD digital audio release: April 6]
Fly Like an Eagle [HD digital audio release: April 13]
Author: Buddy Iahn
Buddy Iahn founded The Music Universe when he decided to juxtapose his love of web design and music. As a lifelong drummer, he decided to take a hiatus from playing music to report it. The website began as a fun project in 2013 to one of the top independent news sites.