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iTunes Needs More John Miles

This is it on this guy (one of many singers for the Alan Parsons Project)...just one album...really, iTunes??? None of John Miles's big hits or major albums are here, yet, especially the big album, 1977's "Stranger In The City" (a Top 100 LP in the U.S.) which features his only Top 40 hit "Slow Down", which got as high as #34, and, likewise, hit the UK Top 10. His other charting album was 1976's "Rebel" (his solo debut, which peaked at #171 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart) that featured UK smash hits "Music" (a classic prog-rock epic which hit the UK Top 5 and made it to #88 on the U.S. Hot 100 Pop Singles chart) and "Highfly" (which hit the UK Top 10 and peaked at #68 here on American soil.) Both those albums should be here at iTunes, also. How much longer must we wait for "Stranger In The City" and "Rebel"? I can't believe they're still unavailable.

John Miles

I agree. I cannot believe Stranger In the City album is not in ITunes.
This was my No. 1 Album during the late 70's.

Biography

Born: April 23, 1949 in Jarrow, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Best remembered for the rock ballad "Music," singer John Miles was born April 23, 1949 in Jarrow, England. His first musical venture of note was the Influences, which also launched the careers of Roxy Music drummer Paul Thompson and Geordie guitarist Vic Malcolm; following the group's breakup, he formed the John Miles Band, relocating to London in 1975 and soon landing a deal with Decca. Miles' debut LP Rebel followed a year later, launching the UK hit "Highfly"; the follow-up, the epic ballad "Music,"...
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