Full House (Frankie Miller album)
|Studio album by Frankie Miller|
|Frankie Miller chronology|
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.
All tracks composed by Frankie Miller; except where indicated
- "Be Good to Yourself" (Andy Fraser)
- "The Doodle Song"
- "Jealous Guy" (John Lennon)
- "Searching" (Peter Knight, Bob Johnson)
- "Love Letters" (Edward Heyman, Victor Young)
- "Take Good Care of Yourself" (Jimmy Doris)
- "Down the Honky Tonk"
- "This Love of Mine" (Frankie Miller, Robin Trower)
- "Let the Candlelight Shine"
- "(I'll Never) Live in Vain"
- Frankie Miller - vocals, rhythm guitar
- Ray Minhinnet - lead guitar
- Chrissy Stewart - bass guitar
- Jim Hall - piano, organ
- Graham Deakin - drums
- Chris Spedding - guitar
- Rabbit - keyboards
- Gary Brooker - keyboards
- The Memphis Horns - horn section
- Produced by Chris Thomas
- Engineered by Steve Nye
- Assisted by Nigel Walker
- Orchestral Arrangements on "Searching" by Peter Knight
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