1. Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band - 'Live Bullet'
Bob Seger had incredible early success in his career with "Ramblin' Gamblin' Man," a garage-rock classic that reached Number Seven on the Hot 100 in 1968. Things took a sharp downwards turn after that, even as he continued to release new music and tour the country at a punishing pace. Many years he barely eked out enough money to keep himself on the road, though the endless one nighters turned him into an incredible live act. Much like Kiss that same year, he played Detroit's Cobo Hall in 1975 and taped the shows for a concert album. Live Bullet hit in April of 1976 and became an instant hit, finally turning him from a regional act into a national rock star. He's never looked back.