Frankie Miller’s Double Take
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- Release Date 30 September 2016
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- CD Album
Includes 20 page booklet.
Frankie Miller is a well-loved but perhaps somewhat forgotten artist from the 70’s British Rock/Folk scene, who as well as being a solo artist in his own right, also worked with Phil Lynott, Bob Seger, Joe Cocker, Johnny Hallyday, and many more.
Frankie had a brain haemorrhage in 1994 and since then has been paralysed and unable to speak. However, some of Frankie’s well known musician friends have got together to record an album of some of his previously unreleased songs.
Alongside Frankie’s original vocal, this album features new recordings from Elton John, Rod Stewart, Kid Rock, Joe Walsh (The Eagles), Willie Nelson, Hotei Tomoyasu, Paul Carrack, Francis Rossi, Bonnie Tyler, Huey Lewis, and more.
- Frankie Miller and Joe Walsh – Blackmail
- Frankie Miller, Elton John and Steve Cropper - Where do the guilty go
- Frankie Miller and Huey Lewis - Way past midnight
- Frankie Miller and Bonnie Tyler - True Love
- Frankie Miller, Rod Stewart and Joe Walsh - Kiss her for me
- Frankie Miller and Francis Rossi - Gold Shoes
- Frankie Miller, Kiki Dee and Jose Antonio Rodriguez - Sending me angels
- Frankie Miller, Kid Rock and Full House - Jezebel Jones
- Frankie Miller, Steve Dickinson and Full House - When it's rockin'
- Frankie Miller, Delbert McClinton and Full House - Beginner at the blues
- Frankie Miller and Kim Carnes - To be with you again
- Frankie Miller and Willie Nelson - I want to spend my life with you
- Frankie Miller and Tomoyasu Hotei - The Ghost
- Frankie Miller and Paul Carrack - It gets me blue
- Frankie Miller and Stuart Emerson - Out on the water
- Frankie Miller and Brian Cadd - It's a long way home
- Frankie Miller and John Parr - I'm missing you
- Frankie Miller and Lenny Zakatek - I never want to lose you
- Frankie Miller - I do