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Frankie Miller's Double Take

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Released  30 September 2016
Release date  30 September 2016
Producer  David Mackay
Artist  Frankie Miller
Genre  Rock
Label  Universal Music LLC
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Frankie Miller's Double Take is the eleventh studio album by Scottish singer-songwriter Frankie Miller. It was released on 30 September 2016 by Universal Music.

Contents

Background

Frankie Miller suffered a brain haemorrhage in 1994 which resulted in him being unable to speak or sing.

The album's producer David Mackay began working on the album after Rod Stewart asked if he was in possession of any of Miller's unreleased songs. Mackay contacted Miller's wife, who sent him "two sacks full of demos".

On 12 August 2016, a trailer for the album was published on Miller's Facebook page. In the video, David Mackay states that his idea to invite other artists to feature on the album came from the fact that Miller would not be able to promote the album himself as he cannot perform. "I found more and more artists loved Frankie Miller, and they were just ready to drop everything and come and sing on a track."

Singles

On 9 August 2016, "It Gets Me Blue" with Paul Carrack was released as the lead single.

Songs

1Blackmail (feat Joe Walsh)Joe Walsh3:04
2Where Do The Guilty Go? (feat Elton John & Steve Cropper)Elton John - Steve Cropper3:34
3Way Past Midnight (feat Huey Lewis)Huey Lewis3:43

References

Frankie Miller's Double Take Wikipedia


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