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The Joker

Steve Miller Band

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1
Sugar Babe
Steve Miller Band
4:34
2
Mary Lou
Steve Miller Band
2:26
3
Shu Ba Da Du Ma Ma Ma Ma
Steve Miller Band
5:41
4
Your Cash Ain't Nothin' But Trash
Steve Miller Band
3:23
5
The Joker
Steve Miller Band
4:25
6
The Lovin' Cup
Steve Miller Band
2:10
7
Come On In My Kitchen (Live)
Steve Miller Band
4:08
8
Evil (Live)
Steve Miller Band
4:34
9
Something To Believe In
Steve Miller Band
4:45
Total Playing Time    36:06
Billboard 200 – #2, 1973.

When The Steve Miller band released their 1973 album The Joker the group was going through a significant change as they moved from their signature psychedelic oriented music to a more smooth rock/blues sound. Arguably one of the most famous albums from this band, The Joker has been certified Platinum in the United States. This remastered version of this album celebrates the successful legacy of this massive musical change for the Steve Miller Band.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Capitol Records Studio Masters

This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source.

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