World famous in his own zip code, Seger was a regional institution by the mid ’70s. But the Dearborn native had little national success to show for a decade of grueling touring and recording except handfuls of near breakthroughs and just plain bad breaks.

The two legendary nights at Cobo Hall in Sept. ’75 captured on this double live album wiped all that clean. The loving hometown crowds propelled their hero through frentic rockers like “Katmandu” and “Get Out of Denver,” and saw themselves in the passionate blue-collar balads “Beautiful Loser” and ” Turn The Page.”

When Live Bullet hit stores, the rest of the country finally caught up.

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