Double Trouble (Frankie Miller album)

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Double Trouble
Studio album by Frankie Miller
Released 1978
Recorded 1978
The Record Plant, New York
Genre Blues Rock
Length 37:14
Label Chrysalis
Producer Jack Douglas
Frankie Miller chronology
Full House
(1977)Full House1977
Double Trouble
(1978)
Falling in Love
(1979)Falling in Love1979
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2/5 stars [1]

Double Trouble is the fifth album by Frankie Miller. The album took shape in April 1978 at the Record Plant in New York, with Miller receiving backing from drummer BJ Wilson from Procol Harum, guitarist Ray Russell, two-man horn section Chris Mercer and Martin Drover, and keyboardist and vocalist Paul Carrack, who co-wrote five of the songs with Miller. Steven Tyler from Aerosmith also makes a guest appearance as backing vocalist

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Have You Seen Me Lately Joan" (Frankie Miller)
  2. "Double Heart Trouble" (Andy Fraser)
  3. "The Train" (Frankie Miller, Paul Carrack)
  4. "You'll Be In My Mind" (Frankie Miller, Paul Carrack, Ray Russell, Jack Douglas)
  5. "Good Time Love" (Frankie Miller, Paul Carrack)
  6. "Love Waves" (Frankie Miller, Paul Carrack)
  7. "(I Can't) Breakaway" (Frankie Miller, Paul Carrack)
  8. "Stubborn Kind of Fellow" (Marvin Gaye, William "Mickey" Stevenson, George Gordy)
  9. "Love Is All Around" (Andy Fraser)
  10. "Goodnight Sweetheart" (Ray Noble, Jimmy Campbell, Reg Connelly)

Personnel[edit]

  • Frankie Miller - vocals, guitar
  • Ray Russell - guitar
  • Ian Gomm - guitar
  • Chrissy Stewart - bass guitar
  • Paul Carrack - keyboards, backing vocals
  • BJ Wilson - drums
  • Martin Drover - trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Chris Mercer - baritone & tenor saxophones
  • Richard Supa - backing vocals
  • Eric Troyer - backing vocals
  • Steven Tyler - backing vocals, harmonica on 4, 6, 9, 10
  • Karen Lawrence - backing vocals
  • Lonnie Groves - backing vocals

Production credits[edit]

  • Produced by Jack Douglas
  • Engineered by Sam Ginsberg, Lee DeCarlo, Nigel Walker

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