More Miles Per Hour

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More Miles Per Hour
Studio album by John Miles
Released April 1979
Recorded November 1978 – January 1979
Genre Rock
Length 50:03
Label Decca
Producer Alan Parsons
John Miles chronology
More Miles Per Hour

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 U.K 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.
For the first time, Miles played some of tracks ("Can't Keep a Good Man Down" and "We All Fall Down") before the album was released at the Great British Music Festival in Wembley in December 1978.[1]
For the cover Miles wanted a picture of him as a pilot in front of a Concorde, but British Airports in London denied permission so Miles had to fly to New York to do the shoot.[1]

In 2008, the album reissued with new liner notes and bonus tracks.

Track listing[edit]

All Tracks written by Bob Marshall and John Miles

  1. "Satisfied" 3:59
  2. "It's Not Called Angel" 5:08
  3. "Bad Blood" 4:16
  4. "Fella in the Cellar" 6:43
  5. "Can't Keep a Good Man Down" 3:48
  6. "Oh Dear!" 4:10
  7. "C'est La Vie" 4:27
  8. "We All Fall Down" 6:57

Bonus tracks on 2008 reissue:

  1. "Sweet Lorraine" (non album B-side of "Can't Keep a Good Man Down") – 3:02
  2. "Don't Give Me Your Sympathy" (non album A-side) – 2:49
  3. "If I Don't Need Loving" (non album B-side of "Don't Give Me Your Sympathy") – 4:44