John Miles - MMPH - More Miles Per Hour mp3 album
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Vocals, Guitars, Keyboards – John Miles Bass – Bob Marshall, Drums – Barry Black, Keyboards – Brian Chatton Orchestra arranged and conducted by Andrew Powell Produced and engineered by Alan Parsons. First time ever on CD for the fourth album by John Miles his last one for Decca Records. Originally issued in 1979 this album reached 46 in the UK charts, the Top 10 in both Norway and Sweden and the Top 50 in Holland. Contains the singles ‘Can't Keep a Good Man Down’ and ‘Oh Dear!’, plus another three rare non-LP bonus tracks. MMPH’ contains the usual wide range of styles from rock to funk, to ballads and even a bit of country, sometimes within the same song! On songs like ‘Can't Keep a Good Man Down’ he rocks out with the best of them, he is an outstanding guitar player and some of the solo's on songs like ’We All Fall Down’ and ’Fella in the Cellar’ are fantastic.
This album At A Glance. More Miles Per Hour by John Miles (1979) Overall rank: 84,736th. JOHN MILES ~ MORE MILES PER HOUR ~ 1979 UK 8-TRACK VINYL LP + LYRIC INSERT Condition: Used. Time left: 2d 12h 12m 6s. Ships to: Worldwide. John Miles – MMPH - More Miles Per Hour CD NEW Condition: Brand New. Time left: 4d 2h 15m 55s. JOHN MILES More Miles Per Hour +insert DECCA 1979 Condition: Used. Time left: 4d 18h 15m 38s.
More Miles Per Hour was the fourth solo album released by John Miles in 1979. Just like Zaragon the album didn't manage to crack the top 40 in the . and the singles off the album failed to chart. For this album, Miles reunited with producer Alan Parsons and orchestral arranger Andrew Powell with whom he also collaborated on Rebel
It's Not Called Angel. Can't Keep A Good Man Down. Oh Dear! C'est La Vie. We All Fall Down. Bonus track on 2008 CD issue. Don't Give Me Your) Sympathy. If You Don't Need Lovin'. MusicBrainz: More Miles Per Hour.
John George Miles (1838–1884), New Zealand politician. John William Miles, British Member of Parliament for Bristol. Jack Miles (political activist) (1888–1969), Scottish-born Australian communist leader. John Miles (footballer) (born 1981), English footballer. John Miles (racing driver) (born 1943), British former Formula One driver. John "Mule" Miles (1922–2013), baseball player. The album debuted at number 107 on Billboard 200, and number one on Billboard Top Heatseekers Chart. All lyrics written by Damian Kulash J. all music composed by Damian Kulash J. except where noted.
Rebel was the first solo album of John Miles. It was his most successful album to date with singles "Highfly" and "Music". When Miles eventually signed to Decca, they introduced him to producer Alan Parsons in the summer of 1975 (Miles would later sing on several tracks on several albums of the Alan Parsons Project). The first song they recorded was the song "Highfly" and it was released as a single eventually reaching in the .