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There are two singers named F.M. 1) One of them is the American country-singer from Texas (and some of the songs listed below are in fact some of his recordings), but this is about Frankie Miller (born 2 November 1949, in Bridgeton, Glasgow, Scotland) who is the Scottish rock singer/songwriter, who had moderate success in the 1970s with a gritty voice similar to Rod Stewart or Joe Cocker. Bob Seger has remarked that Miller was one of his… read more

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  • Avatar for marumarukyun
    this isn't nuest
  • Avatar for FrankPerla
    More scrobblings required!
  • Avatar for bonnietylersave
    I hear he's got a new album coming out this year... duets with Bonnie Tyler and Kim Carnes!
  • Avatar for lannnna
    'High Life' is an instant classic
  • Avatar for lannnna
    How am I just discovering this gem now?
  • Avatar for Stemoment
    A wonderful voice! Like a Scottish Rod Stewart ;) In all seriousness, he can at times bring to mind Rod, Paul Rodgers, Joe Cocker, Steve Marriott, even Kevin Coyne, but he's more soulful than all of the above put together and arguably a better singer
  • Avatar for r_m
    Strangely overlooked..
  • Avatar for mwchurst
    Watched a performance of Frankie on BBC 4's Top of Pops 1977 compliation programme broadcast at the beginning of January. I must admit that I hadn't heard of him until then. They mentioned that his album "High Life" was produced by the legendary Allen Toussaint. I'm impressed by Frankie's voice. I recently purchased the four disc set "That's Who" (
  • Avatar for TheWidowbirds
    Frankie Miller's Soul, changes lives...
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