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Phil Miller - Split Seconds (CD, Album)

Posted on 22.12.2019 by Nar
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7 Responses to Phil Miller - Split Seconds (CD, Album)

  1. Kazraran says:
    Split Seconds LP (12" album, 33 rpm), Import Phil Miller (Artist) Format: Vinyl. out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all 5 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. The best thing about Phil is that he does not dominate the album, he lets his guest players explode. This has an 80s feel so don't expect any of those far out 4/5(1).
  2. Megis says:
    Fred Baker replaced Hopper and the band recorded Miller's second album, 'Split Seconds'. In Miller' recorded his first solo album, 'Digging In' (), followed by a duo record with Fred Baker 'Double Up' () and, a 'In Cahhoots' live recording 'Live In Japan' ().
  3. Yotilar says:
    Phil Miller – guitars Dave MacRae – Fender Rhodes electric piano, piano, organ, synthesizer Bill MacCormick – bass Robert Wyatt – drums, vocals Guests: Brian Eno – synthesizer (on Gloria Gloom) Ruby Crystal (pseudonym for Julie Christie) and David Gale – additional vocals (on Nan’s True Hole). Starting in the Middle of the Day We Can Drink Our Politics away (MacRae, Wyatt) –
  4. Tejin says:
    The best thing about Phil is that he does not dominate the album, he lets his guest players explode. This has an 80s feel so don't expect any of those far out progressive jazz rock fusion of the 70's, but a good addition to fans of Phil's guitar playing. - Richard Sinclair / vocals, bass [3]4/5(1).
  5. JoJoshura says:
    Phil Miller: Split Seconds ‎ (CD, Album) Reckless Records (2) CD RECK 8: UK: Sell This Version: CDRECK The Bevis Frond: Miasma.
  6. Shaktisho says:
    His voice or bass were barely heard until the end of the decade, save for a low-key Dutch tour in and a guest spot of Phil Miller 's album Split Seconds (). In , there was a one-off reformation of Hatfield and the North and a long-term one of the original Caravan line-up in
  7. Samugrel says:
    Split Seconds is Phil Miller's followup to Cutting Both Ways, and just like that release it's split between band tracks performed with In Cahoots and more intimate pieces recorded with the help of Dave Stewart and Barbara Gaskin, who'd been forging their own skewed pop sound since the disintegration of .

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