Face The Promise

Face The Promise
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Face The Promise

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Bob Seger is one of the few truly defining voices of American music. Classic, urgent, honest, and timeless; Seger has sold nearly fifty million albums in his career. Earned eleven platinum and seven multi-platinum awards. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004. "Against the Wind" won a Grammy for Best Rock Performance by a Group or Duo in 1980. Capitol Records will release Bob Seger's first studio album in eleven years, Face The Promise, on September 12th. The album's first single is "Wait For Me;" the new album also features the tracks "Real Mean Bottle" with Kid Rock and "The Answer's In The Question" with Patty Loveless.

This may be his first album in over a decade, but veteran Detroit rock icon Bob Seger shows he's lost none of his signature songwriting chops, sense of blue collar yearning or distinctive vocal prowess during his record biz sabbatical. Rather than reinvent himself for a turbulent marketplace that's regressed from alt.rock to teeny-pop in his absence, Seger stays largely true to his roots here. The album's Nashville recording locale and Seger's winning duet with Patti Loveless on "The Answer's in the Question" reaffirm how much the lines between roots rock and contemporary country have blurred while he was on the sidelines, a notion that's underscored on Seger's raucous turn with fellow Motor City native Kid Rock on their cover of Vince Gill's "Real Mean Bottle." Yet forceful ballads like "Wait For Me" and "Won't Stop" show there's still gold to be mined in the vein of the singer's epochal '70s work, while "Wreck This Heart" rocks admirably and the melancholy closer "The Long Goodbye" showcases Seger as accomplished one man band. All in all a compelling musical argument for the notion that if it ain't broke, don't fix it. --Jerry McCulley

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  • Artist: Bob Seger
  • Genre: Rock

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