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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"Ramblin' Gamblin' Man" (1968)

Bob Seger had been knocking around the Detroit rock scene for seven years by the time he cut this garage rock classic with his teenage buddy Glenn Frey on background vocals. It got him onto a couple of TV shows, which helped drive the single to #17 on the Hot 100. It seemed like he was on the verge of becoming a big star, but it would take seven years of relentless road work before he'd be seen as anything but a half-forgotten One Hit Wonder. The song remains the only 1960s song he plays in his live show, and it's been covered by everyone from Bruce Springsteen to the Black Keys. -AG

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