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There is good news for all the fans of Boz Scaggs as his all set to take to the stage again very soon with some of his most popular songs from his different albums released throughout his career and Boz Scaggs tickets are in high demand at the moment. Bozz Scaggs released his first album which was called Boz in September 1965. The album was recorded in Stockholm Sweden and released by Karusell Grammofon AB. Polydor International distributed this album in Europe and those are the only copies of this album which exist today. As a result those tapes are considered extremely valuable and if an old tape from that time were to resurface the owner is most likely going to make a fortune selling it. Arthur Crudup, Bob Dylan and Gary Davis contributed music and lyrics to this album and several songs like Girl From The North Country, Gangster of Love, Stormy Monday Blues and C.C.Rider became hits.
Soon after the release of his debut album Boz Scaggs joined the Steve Miller Band and began touring the United States with the group. During his stay with the band he worked on two of their studio albums. The debut album of the group Children of the Future saw him providing backup vocals and guitar support. He also wrote the lyrics to the song Baby's Callin' Me Home. The album was a huge hit with both the critics and the audiences. The band released their second album Sailor in 1968 for which again Boz Scaggs provided backing vocals and guitar support. He also wrote lyrics to three songs on this album My Friend, Overdrive and Dime-a-Dance Romance. For Dime-a-Dance Romance he provided lead vocals as well.
Shortly after the release of the second album of Steve Miller Band, Boz Scaggs left the group and began to focus on his career as a solo musician again. His self titled second album was released in 1969 and featured such hit songs as I’m Easy, I’ll be Long Gone, Loan Me A Dime and Sweet Release. Most of the songs on this album were written and composed by Boz himself but there were contributions by Barry Beckett, Jimmie Rodgers and Fenton Robinson. The album received very favorable reviews from music critics and currently has as a four and a half star rating from Allmusic. In 1971, Boz released his third album Moments as a solo musician to amazing reviews. The album holds a four star Allmusic rating. Compared to his previous work this album had a more laid back tone and was very mellow. With this album he formed a relationship with Columbia Records which would continue for many more years. The songs We Were Always Sweethearts, Painted Bells, Hollywood Blues and Can I Make It Last (Or Will It Just Be Over) became popular. David Brown composed two songs Alone Alone and We Been Away for this album in addition to playing bass on several songs.
Boz Scaggs released two more albums My Time in 1972 and Slow Dancer in 1974 through Columbia Records before he released his most successful album Silk Degrees in 1976. It was his seventh album and remained in the Billboard 200 charts for more than a hundred and fifteen weeks rising up to number two position in the charts. The album received multi platinum certifications from the RIAA. The Rolling Stone Magazine gave the album a four star rating and it received four and a half stars from Allmusic. The singles Lowdown, Lido Shuffle, We’re All Alone and It’s Over were all Top 40 hits. The fans can be sure that they will hear some songs from this album at the upcoming Boz Scaggs concert.
Down Two Then Left followed in 1977 and Middle Man was released in 1980. Two singles from Middle Man Jojo and Breakdown Dead Ahead were released as singles and became hit. In 2004, he released his Greatest Hits Live album featuring his most popular songs from the 70s and 80s. In many ways the upcoming concert is going to be a show where he will be performing his most famous songs. You can make sure you do not miss out on any of the rock melodies by getting the Boz Scaggs tickets now.