The Rock (Frankie Miller album)

The Rock (Frankie Miller album)

Infobox Album
Name = The Rock
Type = album
Artist = Frankie Miller

Released = September 1975
Recorded = 1975 at His Master's Wheels, San Francisco
Genre = Blues Rock
Length = 62:36 (2003 reissue/eagle records)
Label = Chrysalis Records
Producer = Elliot Mazer
Reviews =
Last album = "High Life" (1974)
This album = "The Rock" (1975)
Next album = "Full House" (1977)

"The Rock" is the third album from Frankie Miller. It features The Memphis Horns and The Edwin Hawkins Singers who supply backing vocals on classic songs like, "A Fool in Love", which enjoyed considerable airplay on both sides of the Atlantic and was a sizeable hit in the USA. "Ain't Got No Money" became the album’s most covered song with notable versions from Cher, Chris Farlowe and Bob Seger. The song, "Drunken Nights In The City", was written for his late-night drinking buddy Jimmy Johnstone, the former (Celtic FC) Scottish footballer.

The album was recorded in sight of the prison of Alcatraz in San Francisco, Miller commented that it was only music that had saved him that kind of fate and dedicated the song, "The Rock", to the plight of prisoners, a reference to his 2nd cousin Jimmy Boyle.

Track listing

#"A Fool In Love"
#"The Heartbreak"
#"The Rock"
#"I Know Why The Sun Don't Shine"
#"Hard On The Levee"

#"Ain't Got No Money"
#"All My Love To You"
#"I'm Old Enough"
#"Drunken Nights In The City"


*Frankie Miller - vocals, rhythm guitar
*Henry McCullough - lead guitar, backing vocals
*Mick Weaver - keyboards
*Chrissy Stewart - bass guitar
*Stu Perry - drums, percussion
*James Dewar - backing vocals
*The Memphis Horns - horn section
*The Edwin Hawkins Singers - background vocals

Production credits

*Produced by Elliot Mazer
*Engineered by Jeremy Zatkin, Elliot Mazer
*Recorded at His Master's Wheels, San Francisco

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