Steppenwolf - Rock Me/The Pusher mp3 album
Steppenwolf is the debut album by Canadian rock band Steppenwolf, released in January 1968 on ABC Dunhill Records. The album was a successful debut for the band, featuring the songs "Born to Be Wild", as well as "The Pusher", both of which were used in the 1969 film Easy Rider. Berry Rides Again" is a tribute to guitarist Chuck Berry. The spelling of track on the vinyl is "Hootchie Kootchie Man".
The Pusher" is a rock song written by Hoyt Axton, made popular by the 1969 movie Easy Rider which used Steppenwolf's version to accompany the opening scenes showing drug trafficking. The lyrics of the song distinguish between a dealer in drugs such as marijuana-who "will sell you lots of sweet dreams"-and a pusher of hard drugs such as heroin-a "monster" who doesn't care "if you live or if you die". The song was made popular when rock band Steppenwolf released the song on their 1968 album Steppenwolf.
Produced by Gabriel Mekler. You know I've smoked a lot of grass O' Lord, I've popped a lot of pills But I never touched nothin' That my spirit could kill More on Genius. Written by folk artist Hoyt Axton. Performed by Steppenwolf.
Road Trip Cool & Cocky Day Driving Drinking Freedom Guys Night Out. Steppenwolf. Steppenwolf only recorded seven discs for Dunhill Records in the short span between 1968 and 1971, six of them studio albums, and one allegedly "live" - though there was early Sparrow material recorded in May of 1967 not released by the label until 1972. Throw in a greatest-hits package along with Columbia's reissue of yet more Sparrow recordings, and how they came up with Steppenwolf 7 for the title of this, their fifth studio recording for Dunhill, is a question for hardcore fans of the band to debate (don't even bring the movie soundtracks into this equation).
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Band Name Steppenwolf. Album Name Born to Be Wild - The Pusher. Type 7''. Released date 1983. Labels Old Gold Records ABC Records. Music StyleHard Rock. Members owning this album0. Other productions from Steppenwolf. The Best Of John Kay & Sparrow - Tighten Up Your Wig.
Acid rock, psychedelic rock, folk rock, country rock, & more were popular & growing. FM underground radio was growing in the late 60s and early 70s. I remember many such stations were all across the USA. I loved the FM underground radio in Kansas City for playing allnight music that was wild, rocking, bizarre, raunchy, strange, dirty, and sonic. They often played lots of Steppenwolf, including "The Pusher" in the wee hours. A lot of listeners were probably well stoned. Loved by the hippy communes around KC back then . John Kay was the lead vocalists of both incarnations. The Dunhill album "Early Steppenwolf" includes a side-long 17+ minute version of The Sparrow take on "The Pusher". Jim McCarty of The YardbirdsSongwriter Interviews.
Steppenwolf - early steppenwolf lp vinyl record album. Steppenwolf - 16 Greatest Hits - 1973 MCA Records LP Album. Cover is clean and intact with some light shelf wear. Includes inner sleeve. Steppenwolf – Live - NEW, Sealed - 2x LP Vinyl Records - Hard Rock - 1970. The songs on this album were recorded live in San Francisco in 1967. This is a terrific album! It was released on ABC Dunhill in 1969, number DS 50060.
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|1C 006-96 290||Steppenwolf||Rock Me / The Pusher (7", Single)||ABC Records, EMI Electrola||1C 006-96 290||Germany||1975|