Greatest Hits 1974–78 is a compilation album by the Steve Miller Band released in November 1978. The album features the title track from 1973's The Joker plus 13 tracks taken from Fly Like an Eagle (1976) and Book of Dreams (1977). As a sign of the album-oriented rock times, all but one track came from their last two albums even though they had eleven studio albums at the time.
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Album · 1978 · 14 Songs. A cocktail of folk, funk, and rock ‘n’ roll keeps his good-time hits fresh forever. Greatest Hits 1974-78 Steve Miller Band.
Greatest Hits 1974–78 is a compilation album by the Steve Miller Band released in November 1978. It has sold 13 million copies in the United States and is ranked 37th on the Recording Industry Association of America list of best selling albums. It also achieved Diamond certification in Canada (1,000,000 units) in 2003.
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Greatest Hits 1974-1978 collects the majority of Steve Miller's biggest hits - "The Joker," "Take the Money and Run," "Rock 'n Me," "Fly Like an Eagle," "Jet Airliner," "Jungle Love," "Swingtown" - plus seven album tracks that received a fair amount of airplay on album rock radio. The collection only covers a total of three albums (The Joker, Fly Like an Eagle, Book of Dreams), with the latter two providing the bulk of the material. Because of this, "Living in the USA," one of Miller's biggest hits of the late '60s and early '70s, isn't included, but it's hardly missed, since all of his other.
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|A3||Take The Money And Run||2:50|
|A4||Rock N' Me||3:06|
|A6||True Fine Love||2:40|
|B2||Fly Like An Eagle||3:02|
|B5||Dance, Dance, Dance||2:17|
|B7||Wild Mountain Honey||4:52|
|SOO-11872||The Steve Miller Band*||Greatest Hits 1974-78 (LP, Comp, Club)||Capitol Records||SOO-11872||US||1978|
|IMD-6183||The Steve Miller Band*||Greatest Hits 1974-78 (Cass, Comp, Unofficial)||IMD||IMD-6183||Saudi Arabia||Unknown|
|C4-46101||Steve Miller Band||Greatest Hits 1974-78 (Cass, Comp, RE, Dol)||Capitol Records||C4-46101||US||Unknown|
|CDP 7 46101 2||The Steve Miller Band*||Greatest Hits 1974-78 (CD, Comp, RE)||Capitol Records||CDP 7 46101 2||US||1988|
|CDP 7 46101 2||The Steve Miller Band*||Greatest Hits 1974–78 (CD, Comp, RE)||Capitol Records||CDP 7 46101 2||US||Unknown|