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VariousMichigan Rocks

Label:Seeds & Stems Records – 77001
Vinyl, LP, Compilation
Style:Garage Rock


A1MC-5*Kick Out The Jams
Electric Bass [Fender Bass]Michael Davis (2)
Electric Guitar [Fender Guitar]Wayne Kramer
Electric Guitar [Mosrite Guitar]Fred "Sonic" Smith*
Lead VocalsRob Tyner
A2The Stooges1969
DrumsScott Asheton
GuitarRon Asheton
ProducerJohn Cale
VocalsIggy Stooge
A3The Bob Seger System*Heavy Music
BassDan Honaker
DrumsPep Perrine
OrganBob Schultz
ProducerThe Bob Seger System*, Punch*
Vocals, GuitarBob Seger
A4Detroit (2) w/ Mitch RyderRock & Roll
BassJohn Sauter
GuitarBret Tuggle*
Lead GuitarSteve Hunter
Lead VocalsMitch Ryder
ProducerBob Ezrin
Written-ByLou Reed
A5Frost*Rock & Roll Music
Bass, VocalsGordy Garris
DrumsBob Rigg
Guitar, VocalsDon Hartman
Lead Guitar, VocalsDick Wagner
Written-ByDick Wagner
B1Ted Nugent & The Amboy DukesJourney To The Center Of Your Mind
BassGreg Arama
DrumsDave Palmer (2)
Lead GuitarTed Nugent
Lead VocalsJohn Drake (2)
OrganAndy Solomon
Rhythm GuitarSteve Farmer
Written-ByFarmer*, Nugent*
B2Mitch RyderLong Hard Road
Backing VocalsSeventh Street Baptist Choir
BassNate Peterson
DrumsWilson Owens
Lead GuitarJim McCarty (2)
Lead VocalsMitch Ryder
ProducerMike Stokes*, Tom Conner
Rhythm Guitar, Slide GuitarSam Warren
Written-ByLeon Mills
B3Third Power*Persecution
BassJim Targal*
DrumsJim Craig
GuitarDrew Abbott
ProducerSam Charters*
Written-ByDrew Abbott
B4SRCI'm So Glad
BassRobin Dale
DrumsE. G. Clawson*
GuitarSteve Lyman (2)
Lead GuitarGary Quackenbush
Lead VocalsScott Richardson (4)
ProducerJeep Holland
Written-BySkip James
B5The RationalsRespect
DrumsBill Figg*
Lead GuitarSteve Correl*
Lead VocalsScott Morgan
ProducerJeep Holland
Written-ByOtis Redding

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Gatefold Sleeve.
Tan labels with brown print.

"Long Hard Road" was a new recording by Mitch Ryder, who was a partner in the label. The rest of the songs are licensed, vintage recordings.

Produced [...] for American Jade, Inc.
© 1977 American Jade Inc. Printed in U.S.A.
Distributed by Piks Corp. - Cleveland, Ohio

© & ℗ 1977 American Jade Inc.
A1: Paradox Music, BMI
Originally released on Elektra Records EKS-74042.
Recorded live at the Grande Ballroom October 31, 1968.
℗ Electra Records
A2: Paradox Music, BMI
Originally released on Elektra Records EKS - 74051
℗ Electra Records
A3: Gear Music, ASCAP
Originally released on Cameo Records C-494
A4: Oakfield Ave., Music Ltd. - Dunbar Music BMI
Originally released on Paramount Records PAS-6010
A5: Early Frost Music, BMI
Originally released on Vanguard Records VSD 6541
Recorded live at The Grande Ballroom
℗ Vanguard Records
B1: (no publishers mentioned)
Originally released on Mainstream Records
℗ Main Stream Records
B2: American Jade, BMI
B3: Gear Music, ASCAP
Originally released on Vanguard Records VSD 6554
℗ Vanguard Records
B4: Wynwood, BMI
Originally released on A² Records
B5: Walco, BMI
Originally released on A² Records 104-

No duration given for B1

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): SS 77001-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): SS 77001-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched Side A): GR SUPERDISC SS-77001-A-(R)
  • Matrix / Runout (Etched Side B): GR SUPERDISC SS-77001-B

Other Versions (5 of 7)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Michigan Rocks (LP, Compilation, Mispress)Seeds & Stems Records77001US1977
Michigan Rocks (LP, Compilation)Seeds & Stems Records77001US1977
New Submission
Michigan Rocks (Cassette, Album, Compilation, Dolby)Seeds & Stems RecordsQD-0001US1977
New Submission
Michigan Rocks (LP, Compilation)Seeds & Stems Records77001US1977
New Submission
Michigan Rocks (LP, Compilation, Misprint)Seeds & Stems Records77001US1977


MalcoMalco's profile picture
Has anyone ever seen the 8-Track Tape edition listed here:
neight's profile picture
My record has Bob Seger's "Ramblin' Gamblin' Man," not "Heavy Music."
jadedtom's profile picture
A hit and miss collection of some of Detroit's better rock and pop efforts from the late sixties. Six of these selections are classics to my ear. The Rationals' "Respect" is a very clever reworking of Redding's classic soul song into a gritty, white boy rock and roll tune. The SRC's "I'm So Glad" may be one of this band's best recordings. I still submit that their version totally undercuts Cream's. "Heavy Music", like Seger's "East Side Story" is essential early Bob Seger, years before the Silver Bullet Band.

The Amboy Duke's classic psychedelic hit, "Journey to the Center of the Mind" had to be included in this collection. The MC5's "Kick Out the Jams" is classic hippy dippy counterculture noise. Seems rather silly after all of these years. Mitch Ryder had a legitimate hit with Lou Reed's "Rock and Roll" and it is solid in its execution, although I much prefer the Velvet Underground original.

And the label, "Seeds and Stems", has a nostalgic ring to it. A nice compilation that could have been better.