We're sticking with this for now. We have some blue-eyed soul from the first Frankie Miller and the first Little John, who are a them not a him.
Mr Miller will be familiar to our Caledonian readers. The Johns hailed from San Francisco, and this track comes from their self-titled 1971 album. When you listen to it you will not be surprised to learn that it was produced by the man who also produced Blood. Sweat & Tears.
The other Frankie and the other John make good old-fashioned proper music, each in their own sweet way.
"Just A Song" - Frankie Miller
"Blackland Farmer" - Frankie Miller
"Turn Your Face To A Smile" - Little John
"Clark's Booty" - Little John
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Always good to hear (the Caledonian) Frankie Miller. A talent who never seems to get the credit he deserves