Full House (Frankie Miller album)

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Full House
Frankie Miller Full House.jpg
Studio album by Frankie Miller
Released June 1977
Recorded 1976
Genre Blues Rock
Length 33:41
Label Chrysalis
Producer Chris Thomas
Frankie Miller chronology
The Rock
(1975)The Rock1975
Full House
(1977)
Double Trouble
(1978)Double Trouble1978

Full House is the fourth studio album by Frankie Miller, released in 1977. It features a mix of Miller originals and covers, including a version of John Lennon's "Jealous Guy". The Andy Fraser composition "Be Good to Yourself" was issued as a single, and reached No. 27 the UK singles chart, becoming Miller's first chart hit.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Frankie Miller; except where indicated

Side One

  1. "Be Good to Yourself" (Andy Fraser)
  2. "The Doodle Song"
  3. "Jealous Guy" (John Lennon)
  4. "Searching" (Peter Knight, Bob Johnson)
  5. "Love Letters" (Edward Heyman, Victor Young)

Side Two

  1. "Take Good Care of Yourself" (Jimmy Doris)
  2. "Down the Honky Tonk"
  3. "This Love of Mine" (Frankie Miller, Robin Trower)
  4. "Let the Candlelight Shine"
  5. "(I'll Never) Live in Vain"

Personnel[edit]

  • Frankie Miller - vocals, rhythm guitar
  • Ray Minhinnet - lead guitar
  • Chrissy Stewart - bass guitar
  • Jim Hall - piano, organ
  • Graham Deakin - drums

Special guests[edit]

Production credits[edit]