Frankie Miller – Frankie Miller’s Double Take (2016) FLAC

Title: Frankie Miller’s Double Take
Year Of Release: 2016
Label: uDiscover Music
Genre: Blues Rock
Quality: FLAC (tracks)
Total Time: 70:14 min
Total Size: 469 MB

01. Blackmail [03:04]
02. Where Do The Guilty Go? [03:33]
03. Way Past Midnight [03:42]
04. True Love [04:11]
05. Kiss Her For Me [03:53]
06. Gold Shoes [03:28]
07. Sending Me Angels [04:37]
08. Jezebel Jones [03:36]
09. When It’s Rockin’ [03:03]
10. Beginner At The Blues [04:35]
11. To Be With You Again [03:57]
12. I Want To Spend My Life With You [03:58]
13. The Ghost [04:19]
14. It Gets Me Blue [03:13]
15. Out On The Water [03:10]
16. It’s A Long Way Home [03:38]
17. I’m Missing You [03:03]
18. I Never Want To Lose You [03:28]
19. I Do [03:38]

Frankie Miller is one of those undiscovered gems: an Artist who many won’t know by name, though they will know his music when they hear it. Having been covered by everyone from Rod Stewart to Ray Charles, The Traveling Wilburys to Etta James, Johnny Cash to Roy Orbison, his songs have become part of the musical landscape, even as most listeners would struggle to name the talent behind them.
When Miller suffered a brain haemorrhage, in 1994, it seemed that he was forever doomed to remain in the shadows: an unsung hero beloved by other musicians, though hardly the household name he deserved to be. Yet, in his 28-year career, Miller impressed many of the biggest names in music – after all, the Glasgow-born songwriter boasted a versatile talent; he was as comfortable singing lead vocals for Procol Harum as he was duetting with rock icon Phil Lynott on Thin Lizzy’s ‘Still In Love With You’, or working in New Orleans with soul legend Allen Toussaint.
Fittingly, many of his peers have gathered together to record Frankie Miller’s Double Take, a 19-track album largely composed of duets with the man, and which is due for release on 30 September. —

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