Boz Scaggs

Boz Scaggs is an American vocalist, musician, and songwriter who emerged in the late-sixties incarnation of the Steve Miller Band and went solo with a 1969 Atlantic album. Between 1970 and 1988, he released eight albums on Columbia. His popularity peaked with the 1976–80 albums Silk Degrees, Down Two Then Left, and Middle Man. Scaggs […]

Boz Scaggs ‎– Slow Dancer (1974)

Slow Dancer is the sixth solo studio album by American vocalist/guitarist Boz Scaggs, released in 1974 on Columbia Records. The lavish sweep of “You Make It so Hard (To Say No)” and the watery glimmer of “Take It for Granted” exhibit a newfound elegance and chivalry from the crooner. Elsewhere, the cutting thrust of “Angel […]

Steve Miller Band – Children of the Future (1968)

Children of the Future is an album by Bay Area R&B/psych collective the Steve Miller Band, released in 1968 on Capitol. The album features vocals by songwriter/crooner Boz Scaggs, who would leave for a solo career after the band’s sophomoric Sailor LP, released later the same year. Tracklist: A1. “Children of the Future” (2:58) A2. […]

Steve Miller Band

The Steve Miller Band are an American classic-rock band from San Francisco that released 14 studio albums on Capitol Records between 1968 and 1986. Guitarist and singer Steve Miller formed the band in 1966 with Boz Scaggs, who left after two albums for a solo career. Members: Steve Miller (vocals, guitar, harmonica, synthesizer, keyboards), Curley […]

Boz Scaggs ‎– Silk Degrees (1976)

Silk Degrees is the seventh album by American blue-eyed soul singer Boz Scaggs, released in 1976 on Columbia Records. Tracklist: A1. “What Can I Say” (2:59) A2. “Georgia” (3:54) A3. “Jump Street” (5:10) A4. “What Do You Want the Girl to Do” (3:49) A5. “Harbor Lights” (5:55) B1. “Lowdown” (5:15) B2. “It’s Over” (2:48) B3. […]

Boz Scaggs ‎– Middle Man (1980)

Middle Man is the ninth solo studio album by American R&B/rock vocalist/songwriter Boz Scaggs, released in 1980 on Columbia/CBS. The album was produced by Bill Schnee with a lion’s share of keyboard credits and co-writes claimed by industry hand David Foster, whose concurrent Airplay project showed a similar soulful sheen. Tracklist: A1. “Jojo” (5:51) A2. “Breakdown […]