Blues In The Night, Blind Man (Single). Little Milton - Chicago Golden Years 13 (2xLP, Album, Comp, RE). Chess.
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
right to sing the blues. When The Blues Come Knockin.
Eva Cassidy - Blues In The Night. Melvin Taylor - I'll Play The Blues For You. . Handel - Air with Variations - Harmonious Blacksmith. Little Milton - Blues Get Off My Shoulder (3:11) 17. Little Milton - Good to Me as I Am to You (2:39) 18. Little Milton - Poor Man (2:43). Blues Hall Of Famer Little Milton is simply one of the greatest bluesmen of the modern era- every bit as deserving of the acclaim a . Blessed with a thick, hearty soul/blues voice Milton also proved to be a top guitarist and songwriter. Little Milton's first Bobbin single, "I'm a Lonely Man," sold 60,000 copies. Although none of his, Albert King's or Fontella Bass' Bobbin singles charted they sold well enough to strike a distribution deal with Chess Records. Milton himself switched over to the Chess subsidiary Checker in 1961 and scored his first hit, "So Mean To Me" ( R & B) in 1962.
The Blues Collection 44 - Luther Allison - Rich Man. 06 - Fight. Little Milton - Stand By Me (The Blues Collection Vo. 8) - 17 - Good To Me As I Am To Yo. p3. 8) - 16 - Blues Get Off My Shoulder. 8) - 13 - Kansas City. 8) - 07 - You're Welcome To The Club. 8) - 08 - I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town. 8) - 11 - Let's Get Together.
Who's Cheating Who? Blind Man. Can't Hold Back The Tears. Believe In Me. Stand By Me. Life Is Like That. Ain't No Big Deal On You. Sings Big Blues (1966). Little Milton is a performance name for James Milton Campbell, J.Also known as: Milton Campbell. Years active: 1953-2005. Related artists: Albert King.
After the ill-received "Blind Man", he released back-to-back hit singles. The first, "We're Gonna Make It," a blues-infused soul song, topped the R&B chart and broke through onto Top 40 radio, a format then dominated largely by white artists. He followed the song with R&B hit "Who's Cheating Who?" All three songs were featured on his album, We're Gonna Make It, released that summer.
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