John Miles Albums



  • More Miles Per Hour Album
    Satisfied
    It's Not Called Angel
    Bad Blood
    Fella In The Cellar
    Can't Keep A Good Man Down
    Oh Dear!
    C'est La Vie
    We All Fall Down

  • Transition Album
    Once In Your Life
    Run
    Blinded
    You're The One
    I Need Your Love
    Hard Time
    Who Knows
    Don't Lie To Me
    Watching Over Me
    Good, So Bad (B side of single Blinded)
    Blinded (Single Version)

  • Miles High (UK Version) Album
    Turn Yourself Loose
    Don't Stop Now
    Foolin'
    Don't Want The Same Things
    Out Of The Cradle (but still rockin')
    Hold On
    Peaceful Waters
    Dancin' For Joy
    One Step Closer To Paradise
    Reggae Man
    Closer to You (From US Release)

  • Play On Album
    Take Me To My Heaven
    Song For You
    It Wasn't Love At All
    Ready To Spread Your Wings
    I'll Never Do It Again
    Heart Of Stone
    Home
    Close Eyes, Count To Ten
    Carrie
    The Right To Sing
    Back to the Magic (B side of single Right to Sing)
    Heart of Stone (Extended Remix)
    That's Rock and Roll (B side of single Song For You)

  • Stranger in the City Album
  • Rebel Album
  • Zaragon Album

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    Reviews about John Miles albums

    he's wrong it is Thee John Miles | Reviewer: mark burgess
        ------ About the album Play On performed by John Miles

    This was the John Miles who sang on the AP project.
    His very best and millenium editions were re issues of his work with Decca records
    This was the only album john released on EMI Gus Dudgeon ex Elton John was brought in too produce and made changes including session musicians.

    The album has little to do with john's pop rock past and is really a vocal album of the blue eyed soul genre and very good it is too. Bob Marshall who co wrote all john other albums and played bass on them still wrote the album lyrics but was not playing bass on the album as funkier lighter feel was required.
    There are some great tracks on here. The right to sing is about the handcuffs that prevented john releasing an album for several years. Lovers of blue eyed sould would love this album it is as Bob marshall described lightweight and a summer album not dark or depressed. Fantastic soulful vocals abound but it was a step in a different and wrong direction . Emi spen zero promoting this album and the right to sing got little airplay as a single as a result. Emi dropped John after this and he signed to Valentino records and brought out "Transition" produced in part by Trevor Rabin which is back to Johns pop rock roots and featured ex metal drummer with yngwie malmsteen Barrymore Barlow.If you see this buy it you will not be dissapointed if you are looking for pop music but if you are a rocker avoid.


    This is other John Miles... | Reviewer: Marcelo
        ------ About the album Play On performed by John Miles

    I'm afraid this is NOT John Miles who played with Alan Parsons. There is no song from this album in "His Very Best" and "Millennium Edition" compilations. Besides, the track "Song for You", sounds very different from the early work of that JM.



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