Book of Dreams

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Book of Dreams

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Book of Dreams is the tenth studio album by American rock band The Steve Miller Band. The album was released in 1977 (see 1977 in music) on the Capitol label in North America and on the Mercury label in Europe. Three single were released from the album in 1977 with the first single, "Jet Airliner", being the most successful.

The album peaked in the top 10 of the trade charts in four countries, including Canada where the album topped RPM magazine's 100 Albums chart. The album has gone on to become one of the group's most successful studio albums.

Recording, production, and artwork

The songs on Book of Dreams were recorded at CBS Studios in San Francisco, California from leftover material recorded for Fly Like an Eagle, but not released on the album. The sessions were produced by the group's leader, Steve Miller, who had been producing the group's albums since Number 5 in 1970. John Palladino was the album's executive producer and the recording engineer was Mike Fusaro. The recordings were later mixed by Jim Gains with assistance from Win Kutz and were mastered by Ken Perry.

The illustration of a winged horse on the album's cover was created by Alton Kelley and Stanley Mouse, who were credited as "Kelly and Mouse". The art director for the album Roy Kohara. The cover illustration was reprinted on the record label on...
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