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Frankie Miller Band: The Rock

Review by Bud Scoppa, Phonograph Record, 1975

AFTER AN EXCELLENT debut album (still unreleased in the U.S.) with backing by the underrated Brinsley Schwarz group, Scotish rock & roll singer Frankie Miller ...

Frankie Miller: Be Good To Yourself

Interview by Peter Silverton, Sounds, May 1977

THREE YEARS back, Miami soul-singer Betty Wright had a minor hit with 'Shoo-rah! Shoo-rah!'. On his Radio London show, Honky-Tonk, Charlie Gillett has a "who ...

The Everything's-Coming-Up-Roses-For-Frankie Miller Headline

Report and Interview by Bob Woffinden, NME, July 1977

ONLY SOMEONE as talented as Frankie Miller could have afforded to be so profligate with his gifts. He's a survivor, sure, but it's been a ...

Frankie Miller: High Life and Times

Report and Interview by Susan Whitall, Creem, September 1977

THE LAST time I was in London Cass Elliott deep-sixed on a ham sandwich in a Mayfair hotel. Spring 1977, and Sylvia of the Three ...

Frankie Miller: Dingwall's, London

Live Review by Harry Doherty, Melody Maker, September 1978

FRANKIE MILLER would have been recognised as a major rock singer with a major rock audience three years ago had it not been for his ...

Frankie Miller: Falling In Love (Chrysalis)

Review by Penny Valentine, Melody Maker, March 1979

AT ONE time Frankie Miller looked as though he was going to do a Joe Cocker without the intervening period of success. Now he just ...

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