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    Ayuda John Miles

    Mensaje por godsaveaor el Dom 05 Jul 2009, 16:04

    Que me podeis decir de este colega? He estado escuchando temas de su cd Transition de 1985 (me han gustado mas que los anteriores del 78, 80 por ser estos menos guitarreros?...) y me tienen muy buena pinta, voz guapa y ritmos pegadizos como corresponde a la epoca dorada; Blinded suena rompedor.
    Es uno mas o relamente merece la pena enredar? Cual seria su cd de referencia?
    Gracias dioses del olimpoAOR!

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    Re: Ayuda John Miles

    Mensaje por Robert el Lun 06 Jul 2009, 17:25

    Hola Querido Amigo Godsaveaor!!

    Aki t dejo un pekeño comentario q hice hace tiempo d este disco:

    JOHN MILES BAND - 1985 - TRANSITION









    TEMAS:

    1. Once In Your Life
    2. Run
    3. Blinded*
    4. You're The One
    5. I Need Your Love*
    6. Hard Time
    7. Who Knows
    8. Don't Lie To Me
    9. Watching Over Me**


    Bonus Tracks:

    10. Good, So Bad (B side of single Blinded)
    11. Blinded (Single Version)





    MUSICOS:


    Vocals: John Miles
    Guitars: John Miles
    Keyboards: John Miles
    Drums: Barriemore Barlow
    Percussion: Barriemore Barlow
    Bass: Bob Marshall




    INFO:

    Pais: UK
    Año: 1985
    Estilo: A.O.R. - WEST / COAST
    Onda: Go West, Bobby Barth,
    Temas Prefes: Once In Your Life, I Need Your Love, Blinded
    Puntuacion: 7'5
    Descripcion: Buen Artista Britanico, con Buenas Composiciones...
    Produccion: Normalita
    Producer: *Producer: Trevor Rabin
    **Producer: Beau Hill
    Producer: Pat Moran



    Web no Oficial:

    http://www.john-miles.net/


    Mas info en Ingles;

    John Miles (born John Errington, 23 April 1949 in Jarrow, Tyne & Wear, England) is an English vocalist, guitarist and keyboard player, best known for his 1976 Top 3 UK hit single, "Music".

    He was a member of the bands 'The Influence' (which also included Paul Thompson, later drummer with Roxy Music and Vic Malcolm, later lead guitarist with Geordie) and 'The John Miles Set', before starting his solo career in 1971.

    During the 1970s he issued eighteen singles and four albums, including Rebel (1976), Stranger In The City (1977), and Zaragon (1978). However, Miles had most success with singles; in addition to "Music", he also charted with "Highfly" (1975), "Remember Yesterday" (1976), and "Slow Down" (1977). Most of his songs were co-written with his bassist, Bob Marshall.

    In the 1980s, he continued to record and tour. In 1983, a new radio station in the South of England, Radio Mercury, used parts from the song "Music" for their link jingles. The song itself also received extensive airplay on the station.

    Miles has toured with Tina Turner, often filling in for Bryan Adams when the latter was unavailable to join her on tour for their duet. Miles is also a frequent guest vocalist on albums by the Alan Parsons Project.

    Throughout the late 1980s and into the 1990s, Miles was musical director to Tina Turner on her various tours, and played on several of her albums. He also played Hammond organ on Joe Cocker's album Night Calls (1992). Today he is still making music, which he famously refers to as his "first love".

    In 1990, John participated in the UK heat of the Eurovision Song Contest with the song "Where I Belong" which came second.

    In 2002 he issued the DVD "John Miles - Live In Concert

    Originally a pupil at the Jarrow School, Miles was a member of a local band called The Influence (which also included Paul Thompson, later drummer with Roxy Music; and Vic Malcolm, later lead guitarist with Geordie.) He also formed The John Miles Set before starting his solo career in 1971.

    During the 1970s he issued eighteen singles and four albums, including Rebel (1976), Stranger In The City (1977), and Zaragon (1978). However, Miles had most success with singles; in addition to "Music", he also charted with "Highfly" (1975), "Remember Yesterday" (1976), and "Slow Down" (1977). Most of his songs were co-written with his bassist, Bob Marshall. "Slow Down" was also featured in the 1979 movie Players starring Ali McGraw and Dean Paul Martin.

    In 1976 and 1977 he made several appearances on the British pop TV show Supersonic.

    In the 1980s, he continued to record and tour. In 1983, a new radio station in the South of England, Radio Mercury, used parts from the song "Music" for their link jingles. The song itself also received extensive airplay on the station.

    Miles has toured with Tina Turner since 1987, often filling in for Bryan Adams when the latter was unavailable to join her on tour for their duet. Miles is also a frequent guest vocalist on albums by The Alan Parsons Project. He also appeared on Jimmy Page's 1988 album Outrider.

    Throughout the late 1980s and into the 1990s, Miles was the music director to Tina Turner on her various tours, and played on several of her albums. He also played Hammond organ on Joe Cocker's album Night Calls (1992). Today he is still making music, which he famously refers to as his "first love".

    In 1990, Miles participated in the UK heat of A Song for Europe with the song "Where I Belong", which came second.

    In 2002 he issued the DVD John Miles - Live In Concert.

    In 2007 Miles performed in Gelsenkirchen, Germany with the German band Pur and sang two songs. One of those songs, "Abenteuerland", Miles sang with Pur in German. The concert is available on the DVD, Pur-Friends-Live-Schalke-2007.

    In October 2008, Miles began touring once again with Rock Legend, Tina Turner. Turner had an extensive American-European Tour, stretching from October 2008 to late April 2009.







    MUchos Saludos dd Barna!! cheers

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    Re: Ayuda John Miles

    Mensaje por godsaveaor el Mar 07 Jul 2009, 04:19

    Muchas gracias, maestro Robert!!!
    Escuchare algun tema mas y decidire porque en el universo AOR se pierde uno... bendita perdicion Twisted Evil Very Happy

    Por cierto, tio, no veas que flotada de concert hace unos dias: 38 Special, Styx y REO. Y la semana que viene vere a el dios J Waite en una sala peque que creo que me voy a derretir. La vida es bella a veces!!!!!!!!

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