Chicago Blues And Soul Via Memphis And St. Louis - His Early Years 1953-1962

Little Milton

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2-5 days
Genre
Blues, Soul/R&B
Label
Jasmine Records
Released
February 23, 2015

Format: Compact Disc

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Description

Little Milton is one of the very few blues artists who ever managed to stay at the top of his game in a career that lasted from the late 40s until his death in 2005 at the age of 71. In the pantheon of blues greats only B.B. King and Bobby 'Blue' Bland have comparable careers. This collection features all of his notable 45s recorded for Sun, Bobbin and Chess between 1953-62.

The 29 tracks on this superb set feature Milton's stunning vocals and guitar. Listening to the earlier tracks you will hear elements of Fats Domino, B. B. King, Bobby Bland and even Elmore James, then as the material moves into 1957 Milton really finds his own unique vocal style.

Includes fully detailed liner notes covering his career.

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Key Value
Catalogue number JASMCD3042
Barcode 0604988304220
Number of items 1
Packaging type Jewel Case
Imported No
Weight 100g
Dimensions (LxWxH) 140mm x 10mm x 120mm

Disc 1

Track Listing — Disc 1

Song Title Time
1. Beggin’ My Baby -
2. Somebody Told Me -
3. If You Love Me Baby -
4. Alone And Blue -
5. Homesick For My Baby -
6. Lookin’ For My Baby -
7. Love At First Sight -
8. Let’s Boogie Baby -
9. Let My Baby Be -
10. Ooh My Little Baby -
11. That Will Never Do -
12. I’m A Lonely Man -
13. Long Distance Operator -
14. I Found Me A New Love -
15. I’m Tryin’ -
16. Strange Dreams -
17. Hold Me Tight -
18. Same Old Blues -
19. Dead Love -
20. My Baby Pleases Me -
21. Hey Girl -
22. Cross My Heart -
23. I’m In Love -
24. Lonely No More -
25. I Need Somebody -
26. So Mean To Me -
27. Someone To Love -
28. Losing Hand -
29. I Wonder Why -