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Live at 25 Silver Anniversary


Download links and information about Live at 25 Silver Anniversary by Steppenwolf, John Kay. This album was released in 1995 and it belongs to Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal genres. It contains 23 tracks with total duration of 01:59:02 minutes.

Artist: Steppenwolf, John Kay
Release date: 1995
Genre: Rock, Hard Rock, Rock & Roll, Heavy Metal
Tracks: 23
Duration: 01:59:02
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No. Title Length
1. Move Over 3:59
2. Who Needs Ya 3:26
3. Rocket Ship 4:02
4. Rock Me 3:27
5. I'm Movin' On 3:27
6. Sookie Sookie 3:35
7. Sign on the Line 5:17
8. Hootchie Kootchie Man 5:22
9. Let's Do It All 4:04
10. Hew Lawdy Mama 4:38
11. Do or Die 4:29
12. Desperation 5:41
13. Hold On 6:13
14. Best of What You Got 5:25
15. Ride with Me 4:36
16. Rock 'N Roll War 7:47
17. Snowblind Friend 4:26
18. Monster 10:03
19. Rise and Shine 4:47
20. Magic Carpet Ride 5:55
21. Born to Be Wild 7:19
22. The Pusher 6:18
23. Rock & Roll Rebels 4:46



While Steppenwolf can take some credit for spawning the heavy metal genre (the term came from the "heavy metal thunder" phrase in "Born to Be Wild"), they remained, at heart, a hard rocking bar band, and this reissue of their 1995 double-disc live set bears witness to that. Now billed as John Kay & Steppenwolf, the band's lineup for the late '90s included original vocalist Kay, Michael Wilk on bass and keyboards, lead guitarist Rocket Ritchotte, and Ron Hurst on drums. Live At 25: Silver Anniversary is a well-paced run-through of their classic hits, which are stretched out a bit, but remain close to their original structure, and Kay's throaty vocals are almost as good as they were in the late '60s. While it undoubtedly would have been fun to see a show on this tour, John Kay's occasional bombastic tendencies, which began to emerge way band back in 1969 on Monster, make this set feel, at times, like a Broadway production of a big, bad, rock band concert. Other than that, it rocks.