Label: Chrysalis - CHR 1174 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul • Style: Hard Rock, Rhythm & Blues
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The Blues Band. Midnight of My Life. Steve Marriott. Frankie Miller Albums. Long Way Home. Frankie Miller. Easy Money Remaster. Falling in Love Remaster. The Rock Remaster. The album was recorded in sight of the prison of Alcatraz in San Love Waves - Frankie Miller - Double Trouble , So Skorostyu Mira - Grenade Surround Experience - Koshachya Muzyka commented that it was only music that had saved him that kind of fate and dedicated the song, The Rock, to the plight of prisoners, a reference to his second cousin Jimmy Boyle.
The song, "Drunken Nights in the City", was written for his late-night drinking buddy Jimmy Johnstone, the Introducing The Master Of Ceremonies Mr.
Funkadamus - Rock Candy Funk Party - Groove Is King Scottish footballer. High Life. High Life is the second album by Frankie Miller. It was produced by Allen Toussaint, who also composed seven songs on the album. Despite poor sales, the album was critically well received, although Miller was to disown it as Chrysalis Records issued the record in remixed form, without Miller's or Toussaint's knowledge or consent.
Once in a Blue Moon Remaster. Once in a Blue Moon is the debut solo album by Frankie Miller, utilising Brinsley Schwarz as his backing band, showcases Miller's skills as a singer and songwriter. Frankie Miller's Double Take. It was released on 30 September by Universal Music. BBC in Concert 21 March BBC Love Waves - Frankie Miller - Double Trouble Concert 9 March Full House Remaster. Full House is the fourth studio album by Frankie Miller, released in It features a mix of Miller originals and covers, including a version of John Lennon's "Jealous Guy".
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