Little Milton - Blues In The Night mp3 album
Blues in the Night" is a popular blues song which has become a pop standard and is generally considered to be part of the Great American Songbook. The music was written by Harold Arlen, the lyrics by Johnny Mercer, for a 1941 film begun with the working title Hot Nocturne, but finally released as Blues in the Night. The song is sung in the film by William Gillespie.
James Milton Campbell Jr. (September 7, 1934 – August 4, 2005), better known as Little Milton, was an American blues singer and guitarist, best known for his hit records "Grits Ain't Groceries," "Walking the Back Streets and Crying," and "We're Gonna Make I. Milton was born James Milton Campbell J. in the Mississippi Delta town of Inverness and raised in Greenville by a farmer and local blues musician
Big blues from Little Milton, recorded with a mighty big sound as well – thanks to the cool criss-crossing of soul and blues that was going down at Chess Records in the 60s! Milton's got this raw, raspy style in his voice – a nasty edge that mixes perfectly with his own sharp guitar lines – and which gets an extra kick from the production and arrangements of Gene Barge, who still knows how to keep the core combo sound that makes the album cook! Sonny Thompson plays piano on most tracks, and Phil Upchurch adds in a second guitar at times – but the real star of the show is always Milton – . .
Turner introduced the still-teenaged Little Milton to Phillips, who signed him to a contract in 1953. With Turner's band backing him, Milton's Sun sides tried a little bit of everything – he hadn't developed a signature style as of yet, but he did have a boundless youthful energy that made these early recordings some of his most exciting and rewarding. Milton spent some time in limbo; he recorded one album for MCA in 1983 called Age Ain't Nothin' But a Number, and the following year found a home with Malaco, which sustained the careers of quite a few old-school Southern soul and blues artists. During his tenure at Malaco, Milton debuted the song that would become his latter-day anthem, the bar band staple "The Blues Is Alright," which was also widely popular with European blues fans. Blues In The Night (3:10) 05. Country Style (2:46) 06. Who's Cheating Who (2:58) 07.
Artist: Little Milton Album: The Very Best Of Little Milton Genre: Soul-Blues, Rhythm & Blues Label: Stax Released: 2007 Quality: FLAC (tracks+. cue) Tracklist: If That Ain't A Reason (For Your Woman To Leave You) 3:22. I'm Living Off The Love You Give 2:48. That's What Love Will Make You Do 3:53. Before The Honeymoon 3:27. Walking The Back Streets And Crying 5:00. View first unread post Little Milton - The Blues Is Alright: Live At Kalamazoo (2004) ; APE (image+. cue) by Mike1985 09 Feb 2019, 12:38 in Blues (lossless - FLAC, APE, et. 0. 200. by Mike1985 View the latest post 09 Feb 2019, 12:38. View first unread post Milton Marsh - Monism (1975/2016) ; FLAC (tracks) by Mike1985 28 Dec 2018, 18:41 in Avant-Garde Jazz, Free Improvisation (lossless - FLAC, APE, et. 181. by Mike1985 View the latest post 28 Dec 2018, 18:41.
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|A||Blues In The Night
Written-By – Harold Arlen & J. Mercer*
Written-By – Malone*, Scott*
- Manufactured By – Chess Producing Corp.
- Published By – Remick Music
- Published By – Don Music
NotesSide A published by Remick Music, ASCAP.
Side B published by Don Music, BMI.
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- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Rights Society: BMI
|1096||Little Milton||Blues In The Night / Blind Man (7", Single)||Checker||1096||US||1964|
|1096||Little Milton||Blues In The Night / Blind Man (7", Single, Promo)||Checker||1096||US||1964|
|CH-1096||Little Milton||Blues In The Night / Blind Man (7", Single)||Checker||CH-1096||Canada||1964|
|7N25289||Little Milton||Blind Man (7", Single)||Pye International||7N25289||UK||1965|