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Let Your Hair Down (Special Edition)

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Download links and information about Let Your Hair Down (Special Edition) by Steve Miller Band. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Blues, Rock, Blues Rock genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 41:49 minutes.

Artist: Steve Miller Band
Release date: 2011
Genre: Blues, Rock, Blues Rock
Tracks: 14
Duration: 41:49
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Snatch It Back and Hold It 3:58
2. I Got Love If You Want It 2:30
3. Just a Little Bit 2:55
4. Close Together 2:53
5. No More Doggin' 2:51
6. Pretty Thing 2:56
7. Can't Be Satisfied 3:40
8. Sweet Home Chicago 2:41
9. Love the Life I Live 3:21
10. The Walk 2:58
11. When Things Go Wrong (It Hurts Me Too) [Bonus Track] 2:40
12. I Ain't Got You (Bonus Track) 1:45
13. Tell Me What's the Reason (Bonus Track) 3:09
14. Driftin' Blues (Bonus Track) 3:32

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Recorded at the same sessions at George Lucas’ Skywalker Ranch studio as Miller’s previous album, Bingo!, Let Your Hair Down further explores the Chicago blues that first set Steve Miller off into the world of music. Miller’s in fine voice, but more importantly he's also in great guitar form and tracks such as Robert Johnson’s “Sweet Home Chicago,” Muddy Waters’ “Can’t Be Satisfied” and Willie Dixon’s “Pretty Thing” and “Love the Life I Live” all benefit from Miller’s expert guitar-work and stewardship. Miller is nowhere near his ‘70s FM radio-staple self. He’s still smoother than most and yet able to convey a tough conviction. There are four bonus tracks on this “Special Edition,” including a take on Calvin Carter’s “I Ain’t Got You,” a tune best known to rock fans by its Yardbirds performance. The bonus material fits in perfectly with the official album, extending the tribute to the blues with an intense version of Charles Brown, Eddie Williams and Johnny Moore’s “Driftin’ Blues” that ends this collection on a truly passionate note.