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Brave New World


Download links and information about Brave New World by Steve Miller Band. This album was released in 1969 and it belongs to Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop, Psychedelic genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 29:46 minutes.

Artist: Steve Miller Band
Release date: 1969
Genre: Rock, Blues Rock, Hard Rock, Heavy Metal, Pop, Psychedelic
Tracks: 9
Duration: 29:46
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No. Title Length
1. Brave New World 3:30
2. Celebration Song 2:31
3. Can't You Hear Your Daddy's Heartbeat 2:31
4. Got Love 'Cause You Need It 2:26
5. Kow Kow Calqulator 4:27
6. Seasons 3:50
7. Space Cowboy 4:56
8. LT's Midnight Dream 2:29
9. My Dark Hour 3:06



Blasting out of stereo speakers in the summer of 1969, Brave New World was more fully realized, and rocked harder, than the Steve Miller Band's first two albums. From the opening storm of the uplifting title track to the final scorcher, "My Dark Hour," featuring Paul McCartney (credited as "Paul Ramon"), this recording was the strongest project before Miller's Fly Like an Eagle days. "Celebration Song" has a sliding bassline, while "LT's Midnight Dream" features Miller's slide guitar. "Can't You Hear Your Daddy's Heartbeat" sounds like it was lifted right off of Jimi Hendrix's Are You Experienced, and "Got Love 'Cause You Need It" also has a Hendrix-ian feel. "Kow Kow" is a wonderfully oblique song featuring Nicky Hopkins' distinctive piano style. Hopkins' piano coda on that song alone is worth the price of this album. "Space Cowboy," one of several songs co-written with Ben Sidran, defined one of Miller's many personas. "Seasons," another Sidran collaboration, is a beautifully atmospheric, slow-tempo piece. Steve Miller's guitar playing is the star of this album, blazing across the whole affair more prominently than on any other release in his lengthy career; many of the songs have a power trio feel. In addition to the fine guitar work, Miller's vocals are stronger here, and during this era in general, than they would be in his hitmaking days in the mid-'70s, when he was much more laid-back and overdubbed. Ever the borrower, adapter, and integrator, Steve Miller shapes the blues, psychedelia, sound effects, sweet multi-tracked vocal harmonies, and guitar-driven hard rock into one cohesive musical statement with this release.