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Critically acclaimed singer/songwriter and Old 97's frontman Rhett Miller's self-titled album, his first since 2006's The Believer, will take fans on an up-close-and-personal journey through love, loss and redemption, set to the kind of rollicking tunes for which he's known. Rhett Miller was recorded in Dallas and produced by Salim Nourallah, who also produced the latest critically acclaimed Old 97's release, 2008's Blame It On Gravity. The album also features multi-instrumentalist and producer Jon Brion on guitar and bass, The Apples In Stereo's John Dufi lho on drums and Billy Harvey on guitar.
"It's an ambitious album that finds Miller really stretching himself as a songwriter." -- All Music Guide, June 2009
"4 stars. [His] strongest solo set ever." -- Rolling Stone, June 11,2009
|1. Nobody Says I Love You Anymore|
|2. Like Love|
|4. Need To Know Where I Stand|
|5. Happy Birthday Don't Die|
|8. If It's Not Love|
|9. Another Girlfriend|
|10. Refusing Temptation|
The title is a reference to the first song on this terrific album. The first five songs rise up and dissolve into a rock masterpiece, Happy Birthday Don't Die. Read morePublished on September 19, 2009 by Mickysolo
Saw Rhett open for Old 97s the other night in St. Louis. They never cease to amaze me . . .always sound perfect and are so charismatic.
'Rhett Miller' is a fantastic album. Read more
I love Old 97's and Rhett Miller. This album exudes the essence of Rhett's creative lyrics yet is stronger than his previous solo albums.
I love this album and so will you!
What's not to love about Rhett Miller? His voice is so unique and cool. His songs are ultra-catchy with clever lyrics and heart-tugging melodies. Read morePublished on June 10, 2009 by Kat