Bob Seger: 15 Songs You Can Stream Now

After long holdout, select tunes from legendary rocker finally available on Spotify and other streaming services

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"Fire Lake" (1980)

One of Seger's most quixotic lyrics, "Fire Lake" comes off like an allegory about heaven and hell, complete with a reference to Wild Bill Hickock's "dead man's hand" (eights and aces), which he was holding when he got shot in the back. Regardless of its meaning, it was catchy enough to be the first single from Against the Wind, thanks in part to an assist from The Eagles' Don Henley, Glenn Frey and Timothy B. Schmit, who sang backup on the tune a year after Seger gave them the chorus to "Heartache Tonight."

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