Turn The Page  (Live)
Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band
Here I am, on the road again
There I am, up on the stage
Here I go, playing the star again
There I go -- turn the page
Peak Chart Position
  • the song was not released as a single - no chart rank
  • from the Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band album, Live Bullet (1976)
  • recorded at Cobo Hall, Detroit, Michigan (Sept 4–5, 1975)
  • despite not being released as a single in 1976, the song became popular as it received a great deal of play on album-oriented rock radio stations - many Seger fans consider it their favorite Bob Seger tune
  • sax solo by Alto Reed
  • Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band:
         Bob Seger - lead vocals, guitar, piano
         Drew Abbott - guitar, vocals
         Chris Campbell - bass, vocals
         Alto Reed (Tommy Cartmell) - saxophone, percussion, vocals
         Robyn Robbins - organ, clavinet, Mellotron, piano
         Charlie Allen Martin - drums, vocals
  • written by Bob Seger
  • Bob Seger comments on his lyrics "Well, you walk into a restaurant/Strung out from the road/And you feel the eyes upon you/As you're shakin' off the cold/You pretend it doesn't bother you/But you just want to explode/Most times you can't hear 'em talk/Other times you can/All the same old clichés: "Is that a woman or a man?" - Seger: "The story, of course, occurred when I was playing with Teegarden & VanWinkle, and Monk Bruce. We had these two hulking motorcycle guys who used to set up the equipment...We were on our way from Madison, Wis., or some place. The big guys were sleeping, and the skinny little rock guys went into this roadside place to get something to eat." Two salesmen gave Teegarden a bad time about his hair
  • produced by Bob Seger, Ed "Punch" Andrews
  • the original studio version of "Turn the Page" appeared on Bob Seger's Back in '72 album which was released in January 1973
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