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Miller Anderson - Bright City (1971) [Reissue 2004]

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Miller Anderson - Bright City (1971) [Reissue 2004]
Artist : Miller Anderson
Album : Bright City
Year : 1971 (2004)
Country : UK
Genge : Rock, Folk Rock, Blues Rock
Format : FLAC (cue/log/complete artwork)
Quality : lossless
Catalog #: Walhalla (WH 90321)
Size : 227 MB
Total time : 36:08

Miller Anderson, the Scots born singer, guitarist, and songwriter, came to fame with the Keef Hartley band, which established him as a well respected frontman. He joined the band in 1968 and stayed with Hartley for some three years, during which time the\d hard, became However it seemed that Miller and Keel didn't always get on too well and Miller left the band in 1971.
“Bright City” was Andersons first solo album for which he additionally wrote all the material. It was first released on Deram Records in 1971. The songs, including, Alice Mercy from(Whom It Max Concern)”. "The Age of Progress", "Nothing In This World", and "Bright City", remind us what a line singer has been missing from mainstream rock these past few years.
Among those helping him out were Neil Hubbard (guitar), the late Gary Thain (bass), who later joined Uriah Heep, Mick Weaver, (sometimes known as Wynder K. Frogg) and Peter Dines, on keyboards. Session man Lynn Dobson from the Manfred Mann band played flute, while Eric Dillon was on drums. Producer Neil Slaven sat in on percussion. Adding backing vocals were Madeline Bell, Tracey Miller and Liza Strike. Thain, Dines, and Weaver all played on Keel Hartley's albums, so Miller was using mostly familiar faces to present his own music to the world.

01. Alice Mercy (To Whom It May Concern) 06:48
02. The Age Of Progress 03:31
03. Nothing In This World 04:19
04. Bright City 03:08
05. Grey Broken Morning 04:30
06. High Tide, High Water 07:57
07. Shadows 'Cross My Wall 06:04
Total: 36:08

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