The Best of John Miles at the Night of the Proms is a live album that collects the highlights of his appearances between 1994 and 2007.
If you’re British, the Phrase “A Night At The Proms” will conjure up images of a crowd waving the Union Jack and singing Land Of Hope And Glory. That’s not these Nights At The Proms.
Artists and the Il Novecento orchestra combine to well know rock and pop songs in new, original ways.
Average Amazon Customer Rating – %%AVERAGERATING%% Stars
Songs On The Best of John Miles at the Night of the Proms
1. Now That The Magic Has Gone
2. Piano Concerto N° 2 / All By Myself (met Wayne Marshall)
3. Everybody s Gotta Learn Sometimes (met David Garrett)
4. Sarabande & Broken Wings
5. If You Go Away
6. Miserere (Tony Henry)
7. Caruso (met Natalie Choquette)
8. Mr. Blue Sky
9. Bohemian Rhapsody
10. Born to Run
11. It Was A Very Good Year
12. You re The Voice
14. Sagrada Familia (met Manuel Barrueco)
Buying The Best of John Miles at the Night of the Proms
It is available from Amazon.com – Amazon.co.uk
These links will help you get to the albums quickly and easily but I recommend that you still search for the best deal.
What Do You Think?
Is this a great live album?
Is it the best live album by John Miles? Which do you recommend?
The Best Live Albums Of All Time
Please vote in the poll to find the best classic rock live albums.
Because there are so many excellent classic rock live albums I have split the poll into two and you may find some of your favourites in the second division. Albums will be promoted when they get enough votes.
You can get these albums from Amazon.com – Amazon.co.uk.
You can see the complete list of readers polls at Live Album Polls
One thought on “The Best of John Miles at the Night of the Proms 1994 to 2007”
This is a very good album but there’s another, at least as good, perhaps even better, which you won’t find at any of the usual online outlets. It’s called “BIG BAND JOHN/Tribute to the rat pack”.
It takes up where John left off at Night of the Proms with “Mack the Knife” – this song isn’t part of the set, but there are superb versions of songs such as “Come fly with me”, “New York New York”, and other rat pack standards, all with big band backing and great atmosphere. John Miles’ voice has never sounded better! It is on the Orange label. I bought mine direct from Orange.