Features contributions from Joe Walsh (The Eagles), Nicky Hopkins (Jeff Beck Group)Ian Wallace (Bob Dylan & King Crimson) and Chrissie Stewart (Frankie Miller's Full House).
Co-writers on the album are Will Jennings (Tears In Heaven, Theme From Titanic, Up Where We Belong), Scott English, Bob Young, Graham Lyle, Billy Livsey and Jerry Lynn Williams.
Two numbers, "You're The Star" and "Over The Line" have already been international hits for other artists, the former a 1995 hit single for Rod Stewart, the latter the title track for the smash hit album from The Bellamy Brothers.
Two cover versions, "He'll Have To Go" the Jim Reeves standard and "The Rose" as made famous by Bette Midler in the film of the same name.
About the Artist
Music fans should need no introduction to Frankie Miller, the man described by Rod Stewart as, "the greatest white singer ever", but for the uninitiated, heres a brief synopsis:
Frankie recorded nine chart albums for the Chrysalis and Mercury labels between 1972 - 1986 which yielded between them the hit singles, Be Good To Yourself and Darlin . He is one of the legends of the British music scene, with a powerful voice that has drawn numerous comparisons. His distinctive voice and song writing ability have earned him the respect of his peers and that is reflected in the number of world renowned artists, including Rod Stewart, Joe Cocker, Etta James, Cher, The Bellamy Brothers, Johnny Cash, Delbert McClinton, Bob Seger and Ray Charles, who have covered his songs.