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Frankie Miller - Fickle Hand Of Fate FLAC album

Performer: Frankie Miller
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Fickle Hand Of Fate
Released: 1966
FLAC version ZIP size: 1306 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1955 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1551 mb
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 232

The album features backing from The Memphis Horns and The Edwin Hawkins Singers.

High Life is the second album by Frankie Miller. It 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 tracks become chart hits

Frankie Miller is no longer a mainstream figure in country music, and some even confuse him with the Scottish rocker of the same name. But country and rockabilly collectors have waited decades for this reissue. They value Frankie Miller's original singles and albums, and want more information about the artist. Blackland Farmer' includes every 45RPM and album track Frankie Miller recorded for Starday Records plus the gospel EP and unissued material including alternate takes. In addition, this 3-CD-set includes live performances from the Big D Jamboree, plus Frankie Miller's pre-Starday sides for the Cowtown Hoedown label, as well as all of his recordings – both issued and unissued – for both the United Artists and Stop labels. She's My Antibiotic (In White). 31. Fickle Hand Of Fate.

Fickle Finger Of Fate 15. Thunder Pinky 16. Horse Pills 17. There Goes The Neighborhood 18. Our Supreme Leader 19. I Found The Way Out 20. Vulnavia. Vlad Abacus The greatest drummer of all time has enough left over from the Melvins shows to bust out an entirely new solo sound. Heddbuzz Maybe the biggest surprise (in a good way) of the year.

Miller wrote for and performed with many recording artists and is best known for his album Full House, the singles "Jealousy", " Darlin' " and his duet with Phil Lynott on the Thin Lizzy song " Still in Love with You ". In 1978 Bob Seger remarked that Miller "was a huge influence" on him.

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A Fickle Hand Of Fate
Producer – Tommy HillWritten By – G. Cash, R. Hayes
B She's My Antibiotic (In White)
Producer – Tommy HillWritten By – W. Ellis