|1. Nine Tonight|
|2. Tryin' To Live My Life Without You|
|3. You'll Accomp'ny Me|
|4. Hollywood Nights|
|5. Old Time Rock And Roll|
|7. Against The Wind|
|8. The Fire Down Below|
|9. Her Strut|
|10. Feel Like A Number|
|11. Fire Lake|
|12. Betty Lou's Gettin' Out Tonight|
|13. We've Got Tonight|
|14. Night Moves|
|15. Rock And Roll Never Forgets|
|16. Let It Rock (Edited for CD)|
A few hard rock tunes ("Nine Tonight", "Feel Like A Number", "Betty Lou's Gettin' Out Tonight), three or four ballads ("Against The Wind", "We've Got Tonight", "Mainstreet"), and a good handful of mid-tempo rockers, especially a great rendition of the funky "Tryin' To Live My Life Without You", the simple but melodious "You'll Accomp'ny Me", and the raunchy "The Fire Down Below".
"Nine Tonight" may not be the most original rock album ever, but it's great fun, filled with good tunes, good singing, good playing and good arrangements.
The sound is very good, and virtually every song is good or even great. Also, "Nine Tonight" has a nice concert "feel" to it.
If you like Bob Seger, you'll like "Nine Tonight". And if you don't know too much about him, this is a good place to start - better than "Greatest Hits", since most of the songs have more nerve and power in this live setting.
This live album is a mixture of R&B, rock n' roll and, well, pop, with some really catchy... Read more