℗ 2011 Sailor Records, under exclusive license to Capitol Records; A Capitol Records release

Let Your Hair Down

Steve Miller Band

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Snatch It Back And Hold It
Steve Miller Band
I Got Love If You Want It
Steve Miller Band
Just A Little Bit
Steve Miller Band
Close Together
Steve Miller Band
No More Doggin'
Steve Miller Band
Pretty Thing
Steve Miller Band
Can't Be Satisfied
Steve Miller Band
Sweet Home Chicago
Steve Miller Band
Love The Life I Live
Steve Miller Band
The Walk
Steve Miller Band
Total Playing Time    30:48
Following the success of last year’s number one blues album, BINGO!, which was recently nominated as ‘Blues Rock Album of the Year’ by the Blues Foundation, The Steve Miller Band return with yet another new offering, Let Your Hair Down, shining with some of the finest guitar playing Miller has ever recorded. Let Your Hair Down features the last recordings by harmonica virtuoso Norton Buffalo, Miller’s “partner in harmony” for thirty-three years. Noted Pink Floyd album cover artist Storm Thorgerson, who also did the wonderfully whimsical cover to BINGO! returns to Let Your Hair Down with one of the great album covers of his career. Recorded at Skywalker Ranch, Novato 2008, Engineered by Andy Johns, Produced by Steve Miller and Andy Johns.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Steve Miller - Owned Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM, mastered in 96 kHz / 24-bit

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