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Just A Song - Frankie Miller - High Life (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Discogs: Vinyl, High Life. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。4/5.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of High Life on Discogs. Label: Chrysalis - CHR • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Single Sided, Album, Test Pressing • Country: UK • Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul • Style: Soul.
  3. High Life is the second album by Frankie was produced by Allen Toussaint, who also composed seven songs on the album."Play Something Sweet (Brickyard Blues)" was released by Three Dog Night the same year as Miller's, and "Shoo Rah" was covered by Betty Wright—and both of these cover versions become chart rascotichlowatzyns.wayderwtenthobbruberfomuwacuvame.coe poor sales, the album was critically well received, although Genre: Blues rock.
  4. This is the second album by Scottish R&B vocalist Frankie Miller, this time recorded in album is a nice mix of songs, half of which were self-penned. A note of interest: Miller's version of "Play Something Sweet" was released a year before Three Dog Night had their hit with the same song.
  5. Frankie Miller – High Life (VG+) R Only 1 left in stock. Add to cart. Just A Song B4. Shoo-Rah Shoo-Rah B5a. Falling In Love Again B5b. I’m Falling In Love Again (Filler) Used / Second-Hand. This album was visually graded. Grading: VG+. Pressing: UK. Related products. Band Of Horses – Cease To Begin Sale!
  6. Find Frankie Miller discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Songs ↓ Credits Frankie Miller's High Life: Eagle Records The Rock: Repertoire Full House: Repertoire Jealous Guy: Chrysalis Records
  7. In Miller sang "Still in Love with You", as a duet with Phil Lynott; the song appeared on the Thin Lizzy album, Nightlife. Miller's second album High Life, was produced and partly written by Allen Toussaint and recorded in Atlanta, Georgia during
  8. I immediately fell in love with Frankie Miller's voice and the songs on this LP. I like it better than Toussaint's own recordings (or Lee Dorsey's) and better than Miller's fine "The Rock". I think the combination of that smooth New Orleans rhythm and Miller's rough timbre is a happy meeting/5(6).

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