In his third album on Heart of Texas Records, The Blackland Farmer Frankie Miller records thirteen songs that fit the Country Legend like an old glove. He opens with one of his past hits titled “A Little South of Memphis” and the closeness to the original is nearly uncanny.
He also revisits his own compositions of “It’s Not Easy” and “She Put The Misery On Me.” Darrell McCall joins Frankie on “Young Widow Brown”-a song that they first cut together over fifty years ago. Mona McCall and Frankie cut the duet on the old standard “Put Me In Your Pocket.” Frankie also adds the dance hall favorite “Dim Light Thick Smoke And Loud Music” along with “The Comeback” “House Down The Road” “I Won’t Love You Anymore” and “MacArthur’s Hand.”
Produced by Jim Loessberg, the project contains the best musicians in Texas including Loessberg, Jake Hooker, Bobby Flores, Justin Trevino and more!