Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Stephen Miller - Stephen Miller (1970)



Don't nobody freak, this has nothing to do with Steve Miller. This is Stephen Miller, who most Southern Rock fans will know as the keyboard player/singer who joined Grinderswitch for their 'Pullin' Together' album (their third). Before that, Stephen played as 'Steve' on early records of Elvin Bishop. And on this album by Steve/Stephen, he is joined by Elvin on guitar. Also playing along is Bishop's harmonica player Applejack. So, the music on this record is more like the pre-Capricorn sound of The Elvin Bishop Group. A good blues rock album and very interesting from a historical point of view. The roots of Southern Rock alright.
Courtesy of Mawos, who provided the LP-rip. You all ears?

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi Skydog,
I have found this extremely elusive lp on your excellent blog, but something does not work with the rar file which appears to be corrupted.
Any chance to repost a repaired file in a next future?
I don't think that this work of Stephen Miller is posted in any other place on the blogosphere.
Anyhow, thanks for all,

Pinny

Skydogg said...

Strange. It's been fine up until now. The only explanation I can think of, is that it must be the "new and improved MegaUpload" . Anyway, I posted a new link. Enjoy!

Beep said...

Thanks for making this available, Skydogg. Apart from the first track, the other tracks on the rip are mislabeled, just sayin'. "It's a Fact Of Life" is "Pipeliner"... etc.

Skydogg said...

Do you have the correct order? I never owned the album. I will correct it ;) thanks

Beep said...

Stephen Miller Renamed

Skydogg said...

Thanks Beep, corrected file uploaded! ;)