The Steve Miller Band release ‘Book of Dreams,’ their tenth album (1977)

The Steve Miller Band’s ‘Book of Dreams’ is their tenth album released in May 1977 by Capitol / Mercury

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The Steve Miller Band's 'Book of Dreams' is their tenth album released in May 1977 by Capitol / Mercury Track Listing : 1.Threshold (Steve Miller, Byron Allred) - 01:05 . 2.Jet Airliner (Paul Pena) - 04:25 . 3.Winter Time (Steve Miller) - 03:10 . 4.Swingtown (Steve Miller, Chris Mccarty) - 03:54 . 5

Track Listing : 1.Threshold (Steve Miller, Byron Allred) – 01:05 . 2.Jet Airliner (Paul Pena) – 04:25 . 3.Winter Time (Steve Miller) – 03:10 . 4.Swingtown (Steve Miller, Chris Mccarty) – 03:54 . 5.True Fine Love (Steve Miller) – 02:37 . 6.Wish Upon A Star (Steve Miller) – 03:39 . 7.Jungle Love (Lonnie Turner, Greg Douglass) – 03:10 . 8.Electro Lux Imbroglio (Steve Miller) – 00:55 . 9.Sacrifice (Curley Cooke, Les Dudek) – 05:17 . 10.The Stake (David Denny) – 03:56 . 11.My Own Space (Jason Cooper, Bobby Winkelman) – 03:00 . 12.Babes In The Wood (Steve Miller) – 02:40


Alton Kelley & Stanley Mouse

Musicians : Steve Miller – Vocals, Guitar, Synthesizer, Sitar, Producer . David Denny – Guitar . Greg Douglass – Slide Guitar . Byron Allred – Piano, Synthesizer . Lonnie Turner – Bass Guitar . Gary Mallaber – Drums, Percussion . Norton Buffalo – Harmonica On (3 – 10) . Les Dudek – Lead Guitar On (9) . Kenny Johnson – Drums On (9) . Jachym Young – Piano On (9) . Charles Calamise – Bass On (9) . Curley Cooke – Acoustic Guitar On (9) . Bob Glaub – Bass On (3) . Steven [Sticks Douglas] Moore – Drums And Background Vocals On (3)

Production : Produced By Steve Miller . Mike Fusaro – Engineer . Jim Gains – Mixing . Win Kutz – Assistant Mixing . Ken Perry – Mastering

Package : Roy Kohara – Art Direction . Alton Kelley & Stanley Mouse asterisques RVM – Illustration

Recorded 1975–76 At Bs Studios, San Francisco, California.

Released In May 1977 By Capitol.

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Ultimate Classic Rock
Cuts like “Serenade” and “Dance, Dance, Dance” bounce with new-found musical flexibility, and the three singles rank among the very best of Miller’s long career. It’s also their best LP, a nimble flight from the band’s shaky past to its structured future […]

Blogcritics
Book Of Dreams may have been a little weaker due to the instrumentals and a couple of filler tracks but the highs were as good, if not better, than its predecessor. […]

Sputnikmusic
The second side of the album is more experimental and lose. Instead of cleverly crafted pop songs Miller jumps from genre to genre with very little consistency. […]

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