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Little Milton - Movin' To The Country (1987)

28-05-2016, 20:01
Blues | Soul


Artist:
Title: Movin' To The Country
Year Of Release: 1987
Label: Malaco Records
Genre: Modern Electric Blues, Blues Soul, Soul
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 42:50
Total Size: 102 MB
WebSite:

Tracklist:
01. You Just Can't Take My Blues (4:08)
02. Movin' To The Country (3:47)
03. His Old Lady And My Old Lady (4:46)
04. You're So Cold (4:42)
05. Just Because You See Me Smilin' (4:00)
06. Room 244 (4:43)
07. Lovin' On Borrowed Time (4:08)
08. A Possum In My Tree (5:47)
09. At This Moment (3:44)
10. Have You Ever Loved A Woman (3:01)

Milton was born James Milton Campbell, Jr., in the Mississippi Delta town of Inverness and raised in Greenville by a farmer and local blues musician. By age twelve he had learned the guitar and was a street musician, chiefly influenced by T-Bone Walker and his blues and rock and roll contemporaries. In 1952, while still a teenager playing in local bars, he caught the attention of Ike Turner, who was at that time a talent scout for Sam Phillips' Sun Records. He signed a contract with the label and recorded a number of singles. None of them broke through onto radio or sold well at record stores, however, and Milton left the Sun label by 1955.

After trying several labels without notable success, including Trumpet Records, Milton set up the St. Louis based Bobbin Records label, which ultimately scored a distribution deal with Leonard Chess' Chess Records. As a record producer, Milton helped bring artists such as Albert King and Fontella Bass to fame, while experiencing his own success for the first time. After a number of small format and regional hits, his 1962 single, "So Mean to Me," broke onto the Billboard R&B chart, eventually peaking at #14.


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