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Jimmy Miller

Jimmy Miller

Real/full name:
James David Miller
52 (born Mar 23rd, 1942)
Oct 22nd, 1994
Died of:
Liver failure
Place of origin:
United States (New York City)


James "Jimmy" Miller was a Brooklyn, New York-born record producer and musician who produced dozens of albums between the mid-1960s and early 1990s, including landmark recordings for Blind Faith, Traffic, Plasmatics, Motörhead, The World Bank and Primal Scream. He was perhaps best known for his lengthy association with The Rolling Stones.


1980 New Hope for the Wretched Percussion (tracks 2 & 9)


1978 Louie Louie / Tear Ya Down (Single) Producer
1979 Overkill / Too Late, Too Late (Single) Producer
1979 Overkill Producer
1979 No Class c/w Like a Nightmare (Single) Producer
1979 Bomber Producer
1979 Bomber c/w Over the Top (Single) Producer
2012 Complete Early Years (Boxed set) Remixing


1980 New Hope for the Wretched Producer
1980 Butcher Baby / Tight Black Pants (Single) Producer
1980 Monkey Suit (Single) Producer
1980 Butcher Baby (EP) Producer (track 1)
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Added on: 2011-05-05 14:06:12 Last modified on: 2016-02-20 22:27:50
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