Upfront (John Miles album)

Upfront is the eighth solo album of John Miles released in 1993. It was his first album in eight years, because he was involved in several projects like an album with Jimmy Page, an album with Joe Cocker, singing several tracks on albums of the Alan Parsons Project and touring with Tina Turner.[1]

Upfront
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Studio album by
Released1993
GenreRock
LabelEMI
ProducerChris Lord-Alge
John Miles chronology
Transition
(1985)
Upfront
(1993)
Tom and Catherine
(1999)

It was also the first CD where Bob Marshall did not play bass or co-wrote songs with Miles.

Track listingEdit

All tracks written by John Miles

  1. "Everything's Ok"
  2. "Can't Get Through"
  3. "One More Day Without Love"
  4. "Oh How the Years Go By"
  5. "What Goes Around"
  6. "Now That the Magic Has Gone"
  7. "It's Such a Mystery"
  8. "Body of My Brunette"
  9. "For Ever and Ever"
  10. "It's Not Over Yet"
  11. "Chains and Wild Horses"
  12. "Absent Hearts"
  13. "Pale Spanish Moon"

PersonnelEdit

ReferencesEdit

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