Excellent US pressing, including "Oh Well"
This Peter Green-led edition of the Mac isn't just an important transition between their initial blues-based incarnation and the mega-pop band they became, it's also their most vital, exciting version.
Multitalented British musician John Miles performs for a sold-out crowd at Germany's Ohne Filter Studio, delivering crowd-pleasing renditions of tunes like his 1976 chart-topping single "Music." The set list also includes "Chains and Wild Horses," "Oh How the Years Go By," "Can't Get Through," "Body of My Brunette," "One More Day," "It's Not Over Yet," "Everything's OK," "It's Such a Mystery" and more. First DVD, John Miles - Live in Concert was released in 2002.
Cutting his first single in 1971 John Miles is still in the spotlight two decades later solo hits and albums plus guesting on vocals and guitar for others, notably Tina Turner and Alan Parsons. Here is a collection of all his UK hits plus samples from his hit albums and best known session work as featured guest, including work with the Alan Parsons Project.
Upfront is the eighth solo album of John Miles released in 1993. It was his first album in eight years, because he was involved in several projects like an album with Jimmy Page, an album with Joe Cocker, singing several tracks on albums of the Alan Parsons Project and touring with Tina Turner.
Originally issued in 1979 this album reached No.46 in the UK charts, the Top Ten 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. All produced by Alan Parsons. This is the highest calibre 70's Rock!
This album hit No.9 in the UK in 1976 as well as the Top 40 in Germany and Sweden as well as the Top 5 in Holland and was the debut LP by the supremely talented guitarist / vocalist John Miles. Includes the UK No.3 hit single Music which also reached the Top Ten in Germany, Switzerland and Holland.