Bob Seger ‎– Brand New Morning

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Capitol Records ‎– ST-731
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Tracklist

A1 Brand New Morning 3:19
A2 Maybe Today 3:03
A3 Sometimes 5:10
A4 You Know Who You Are 3:23
B1 Railroad Days 6:48
B2 Louise 2:45
B3 Song For Him 4:33
B4 Something Like 3:23

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Red label pressing.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched runout): ST1 731 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched runout): ST2 731 A1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A & B stamped runout): 0

Other Versions (5 of 6) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
ST-731 Bob Seger Brand New Morning(LP, Album) Capitol Records ST-731 US 1971 Sell This Version
8XT-731 Bob Seger Brand New Morning(8-Trk, Album) Capitol Records 8XT-731 US 1971 Sell This Version
ST-731 Bob Seger Brand New Morning(LP, Album) Capitol Records ST-731 Canada 1971 Sell This Version
80005 2 Bob Seger Brand New Morning(CD, Album, RE, Unofficial) Lost Diamonds 80005 2 Argentina 2009 Sell This Version
ST-731, SST-731 Bob Seger Brand New Morning(CD, Album, Unofficial) Capitol Records (2), Capitol Records (2) ST-731, SST-731 Europe 2004 Sell This Version

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bscrawler

bscrawler

September 22, 2013
UPDATE:Finally Got A Copy-Nice one too..Psyched.
bscrawler

bscrawler

July 19, 2013
That's a cool story-seriously. It's a gift from God when an artists music touches the soul in a way like that.Mr.Seger is the real deal. Still looking for my copy of this one..One of these days I will get it...wish me luck.
mossinterest

mossinterest

April 15, 2013

I recall a special moment in my life, as I sat in the arena, in Florida, with friends, awaiting John Mayall to take the stage. An air of skepticism arose as a man walked out on stage, carrying his classical guitar. It was one of my first concerts I had attended. "Oh no, what is this?" That was my reaction, as I suggested to my friends that we 'cruise the crowd' looking for 'chicks' we might know. I didn't know who Bob Seger was, and wasn't in the mood to listen to some guy strumming a guitar singing folk songs. One of my friends, familiar with Mr. Seger's talent, hinted we should wait. Most people weren't paying much attention to the stage, when the lights went down and Mr. Seger started playing. By the time he was half way through the first song, "Brand New Morning," there was no movement, and not a sound, other than an occasional whistle, for a little over a half an hour, as he played this entire album. When the set was finished, I've never heard more cheers for a performer, since. Seger would later come back out and jam with John Mayall. Myself, and everyone there was thoroughly satisfied that they got 'more than their money's worth' that night. I immediately purchased the album, which had only been out for a few weeks, and it has been one of my most cherished records, still.