Release 2011 - Digipak
...worked since the end 50s with own highschool band including Boz Scaggs and
backed musicians like Jimmy Reed; Howlin Wolf; Muddy Waters and Paul Butterfield.
Next step was the GOLDBERG-MILLER-BLUES BAND (rec. one 45) before starting the
STEVE MILLER BAND...which recorded Live album backing CHUCK BERRY on Mercury.
He also recorded for the Soundtrack : "REVOLUTION" in early 68.
He signed (for this time) a highest paid recording contract with Capitol.
He always was, one of the few musicians and business man in one.
First albums mix Rock and Psych the Highlight was "SAILOR" from 1969, till NUMBER 5
all albums are great and recommended.
He now had some country influences too, he tended more and more to Rock, till he found
his great laidback sound from "Joker" followed by great successful LPs like
"Fly Like An Eagle"; "Book of Dreams", "Abracadabra" and so on.
Style-Genre: Psych Rock ; Bluesrock ; Poprock ; Laidback Rock ; Rock ;
Barry Goldberg ; Boz Scaggs ; Ben Sidran ; Nicky Hopkins ;
Quicksilver Messenger Service ; Frumious Bandersnatch ;
Norton Buffalo ; Van Morrison ; Les Dudek ; Jeff Beck Group ;
Steve Miller - vocal, guitars; Boz Scaggs (solo around Febr.'69) - guitar;
Lonnie Turner - bass; Tim Davis - drums; Jim Peterman - organ, voc.;
Ben Sidran - keyboards; Nicky Hopkins (1969-70) - piano, keyboards;
Bobby Winkleman - bass, voc.
Ross Valory - bass, voc.; Jack King - drums;
Gerald Johnson, Lonnie Turner - bass; Dicky Thompson - keyboards;
Roger Clark, John King - drums;
Miller - guitar; Gary Mallaber - drums; Byron Allred - keyb.;
Norton Buffalo - harmonica, voc.; David Denny - guitar;
True Fine Love
Wish upon a Star
Electro Lux Imbroglio
My own Space
Babes in the Wood