Your Saving Grace
Released: Nov 1969
Label: Capitol Records
Representing the transformation from the trippy blues of Miller's first two albums to the funky rock he ruled the '70s with, Your Saving Grace glides by nice and easy, with that lazy summer day quality of his best stuff. The high-octane soul of the opener "Little Girl" and "Don't Let Nobody Turn You Around" point to the bigger things to come, while a doleful cover of "Motherless Children" effectively stamps Miller's true roots on the proceedings. "Just a Passin' Fancy in a Midnite Dream" is another one perfect for sitting on the hood of your car and drinking beer from a can.
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