Frankie Miller Band, The
A Fool in Love / The Rock
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Band Name Frankie Miller. Released date September 1975. Labels Chrysalis Records. Recorded when the band's name was THE FRANKIE MILLER BAND. Re-Issue in 1998 by Repertoire Records With two bonustacks. 4. I Know Why the Sun Don't Shine. 5. Hard on the Levee. 6. Ain't Got No Money. 7. All My Love to You. 8. I'm Old Enough. 10. Drunken Nights in the City. Bonustracks (Re-Issue 1998). 11. Loving You Is Sweeter Than Ever. 12. I'm Old Enough (Single Version).
Written-By – Andy Fraser. 3rd album of Frankie Miller. Originally released in 1975. 4 bonus tracks included. Matrix, Runout: AIRA-C1075 1.
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A Fool in Love" is the debut single for the team of Ike & Tina Turner. Originally written by Ike Turner, the song became the first official single featuring Tina Turner and was the duo's first hit single, released on the Sue Records label in 1960. Turner then wrote several songs in this style, including a song he had originally intended for a male vocalist, Art Lassiter, titled "A Fool In Love". When Lassiter got into an argument with Turner over the song and the monetary assets.
Frankie Miller - The Rock (Chrysalis, 1975). Already hailed as one of the finest Scottish soul singers of the 70s, Frankie Miller was despatched to San Francisco to record his third album with producer Elliot Mazer and a band that included guitarist Henry McCullough and keyboard player Mick Weaver from the Grease Band. The Rock’s underlying Stax feel proved what a great singer/songwriter Miller was with the Memphis Horns kicking (br)ass and the Edwin Hawkins Singers laying down backing vocals on the brilliant A Fool In Love