This track is part of The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame's 'five hundred songs that shaped rock and roll' list.
This track showcases bass guitar player Tom Hamilton's first writing contribution to Aerosmith.
This track was rarely played live throughout the 80's and 90's. However, it made the setlist during the 2009 tour along with all the other songs on the album.
The lyric sheets for this song were left in a taxi that Steven Tyler took to the recording studio. Fortunately, Tyler was able to recall most of the lyrics and wrote them down on the wall of the studio.
This track is a cover of a Bull Moose Jackson song.
Joe Perry sings through a talk box on this track.
This track has been referenced by Steven Tyler as his favourite all-time Aerosmith song.
Although released on this album in 1975, 'Round And Round' was not performed live until 2009.
This track has only ever been played live, in full, once. However, it is not uncommon for a snippet of the track to be performed on piano by Steven Tyler before launching into 'Dream On'.