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"Early Seger" Album Gets Wider Release

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Bob Seger fans now have more places where they can pick up "Early Seger Vol. 1."

The archival set, released in November as a Meijer chain exclusive, goes on sale Tuesday (March 23) at Wal-Mart locations as well as Amazon.com. The 10-song set includes songs from Seger's "Back in '72," "Smokin' O.P.'s" and "Seven" albums, as well as four previously unreleased songs. Many of the tracks feature new parts recorded last fall at Kid Rock's studio in Clarkston.

Seger has also launched a new interactive feature on the bobseger.com web site -- Live on 75, which chronicles concerts he and his bands performed during over the years and allows fans to write up their own memories for inclusion on the site. A map lets users check out the tour routings and pick out specific shows.

Seger is reportedly working on a second "Early Seger" album, though no details have been revealed.

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