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Frankie Miller
« on: August 26, 2017, 03:01:16 AM »
Give this guy a fair listen...  8)

Frankie Miller is a Scottish singer and songwriter who wrote for and performed with many artists and is best known for his album Full House, the single Darlin, and his duet with Phil Lynott on the Thin Lizzy song Still In Love With You. Bob Seger has credited Miller with being a huge influence on him. He co-wrote the song I Can't Wait Much Longer with Robin Trower that was a standout track on Trower's Twice Removed From Yesterday album.

Frankie Miller Discography:
Once In A Blue Moon (1973)
High Life (1974)
The Rock (1975)
Full House (1977)
Double Trouble (1978)
Falling In Love (1979) (issued in the US as A Perfect Fit)
Easy Money (1980)
Standing On The Edge (1982)
Dancing In The Rain (1985)

Long Way Home (2006) and Frankie Miller's Double Take (2016) these contain previously unreleased studio material.
BBC Radio One: Live In Concert (1994)

This dude kicked some ass, in the vein of Nazareth's Dan McCafferty.

Frankie Miller with Rory Gallagher Live 1979
Walkin' The Dog:

Ain't Got No Money & Fire Down Below: Live Rockpalast

Jealousy (1985)

A Bottle of Whiskey:

Gladly Go Blind:

Ain't Got No Money (studio version)

Jealousy (studio version)

Frankie Miller & Paul Kossoff : I Know Why The Sun Don't Shine

Sail Away: Live Rockpalast

Little Queenie Live Rockpalast:

Rory Gallagher jam session with Frankie Miller 1979 full set

Another track from the two dvd set live at Rockpalast 1976 & 1979

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Re: Frankie Miller
« Reply #1 on: August 26, 2017, 11:34:01 PM »
I liked that song with Kossoff that
Was great.

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Re: Frankie Miller
« Reply #2 on: October 27, 2017, 04:35:10 PM »
That guy was pretty good. I liked a lot of his stuff posted. Kinda reminds me a little of Marriot and early Rod Stewart. Definitely hear the Bob Seger connection on a couple of those too. I'm guessing Frankie Miller did Fire Down Below first based on that statement.