Elton, Rod, Kid Rock And More Duet With Frankie Miller

For all his popularity and brilliance, Frankie Miller remains one underrated artist and songwriter whose pieces are loved by many and have been covered by rock elite. Not able to produce new music after a 1994 brain haemorrhage, the Scotsman still has a lot to offer to the public, though, but if "Long Way Home" – released 10 years ago, which is a long time – was a naturally finished album he’d worked on with Joe Walsh before that stroke, “Double Take” has Frankie’s original vocals augmented with the voices of his admirers. Some of these – like Rod Stewart and Bonnie Tyler – appeared on a Miller tribute album back in 2003, but now there’s even more stellar line-up involved in the duets.

During his active days, Frankie’s sole documented duet seemed to be one with Rory Gallagher on “Walkin’ The Dog” yet this time there are Elton John, STATUS QUO’s Francis Rossi and Kid Rock paying homage to the great Miller. The record will see the light of day on September 30th on CD and vinyl, with bundled options available, including a package with a “Sending Me Angels” documentary on DVD. The full tracklist for the album runs like this:

FRANKIE MILLER - Double Take

FRANKIE MILLER –
Double Take

1. Blackmail – with Joe Walsh
2. Where Do The Guilty Go – with Elton John and Steve Cropper
3. Way Past Midnight – with Huey Lewis
4. True Love – with Bonnie Tyler
5. Kiss Her For Me – with Rod Stewart and Joe Walsh
6. Gold Shoes – with Francis Rossi
7. Sending Me Angels – with Kiki Dee and Jose Antonio Rodriguez
8. Jezebel Jones – with Kid Rock and FULL HOUSE
9. When It’s Rockin’ – with Steve Dickson and FULL HOUSE
10. Beginner At The Blues – with Delbert McClinton
11. To Be With You Again – with Kim Carnes
12. I Want To Spend My Life With You – with Willie Nelson
13. The Ghost – with Tomoyasu Hotei
14. It Gets Me Blue – with Paul Carrack
15. Out On The Water – with Stuart Emerson
16. It’s A Long Way Home – with Brian Cadd
17. I’m Missing You – with John Parr
18. I Never Want To Lose You – with Lenny Zakatek
19. I Do

August 2, 2016

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