℗ ℗ 1984 Sailor Records; A Capitol Records release
 

Italian X Rays

Steve Miller Band

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1
Radio 1
Steve Miller Band
0:36
2
Italian X Rays
Steve Miller Band
4:37
3
Daybreak
Steve Miller Band
2:41
4
Shangri-La
Steve Miller Band
5:03
5
Who Do You Love
Steve Miller Band
2:54
6
Harmony Of The Spheres 1
Steve Miller Band
1:46
7
Radio 2
Steve Miller Band
0:36
8
Bongo Bongo
Steve Miller Band
3:11
9
Out Of The Night
Steve Miller Band
3:46
10
Golden Opportunity
Steve Miller Band
3:31
11
The Hollywood Dream
Steve Miller Band
3:50
12
One In A Million
Steve Miller Band
3:41
13
Harmony Of The Spheres 2
Steve Miller Band
0:54
Total Playing Time    37:06
Italian X Rays is the thirteenth studio album by American rock band Steve Miller Band. The album was released in November 1984, by Capitol Records. "Who Do You Love?" and "Out of the Night" were songs co-written by Steve Miller and Tim Davis. Tim Davis had been a co-founder of the Steve Miller Band and had been a drummer, singer and songwriter with the band during its first five albums, released between 1968 and 1970. As of 1984, Davis was suffering from the effects of diabetes, and died four years later.

Referring to "Out of the Night", Steve Miller wrote, in the liner notes to the Steve Miller Band Box Set (1994), "This is the last song I wrote with Tim Davis. Tim was dying at the time from diabetes and it had taken a terrible toll on him. But he never lost his good humor."

Recorded at Sun Valley Audio, Idaho.
Engineered by David Cole, Produced by Steve Miller Band.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Steve Miller - Owned Studio Masters

Tracks 1-13 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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