Little Milton - Long Distance Operator, The 1953-1962 Sun, Meteor, Bobbin & Checker Sides album flac
- Album: Long Distance Operator, The 1953-1962 Sun, Meteor, Bobbin & Checker Sides
- FLAC: 1237 mb | MP3: 1867 mb
- Released: 2018
- Style: Rhythm & Blues
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 429
- Format: FLAC MP4 AAC AU VOC DXD MP2
|1||I Need Somebody||2:06|
|2||So Mean To Me||2:33|
|3||Lonely No More||2:17|
|4||Someone To Love||1:49|
|5||I'm In Love||2:08|
|8||My Baby Pleases Me||2:36|
|9||Hold Me Tight||1:56|
|10||Same Old Blues||2:40|
|11||Long Distance Operator||2:35|
|12||I Found Me A New Love||3:12|
|14||Beggin' My Baby||2:27|
|15||Somebody Told Me||2:56|
|16||If You Love Me, Baby||2:35|
|17||Alone And Blue||3:10|
|19||Oh, My Little Baby||2:27|
|20||Saving My Love For You||2:54|
|21||Love At First Sight||2:48|
|22||Let's Boogie, Baby||3:15|
|23||That Will Never Do||2:57|
|24||I'm A Lonely Man||3:01|
|25||Lookin' For My Baby||2:54|
|26||Homesick For My Baby||2:22|
|27||Cross My Heart||2:47|
|30||I Wonder Why||2:07|
- Alto Saxophone – Lawrence Taylor , Oliver Sain
- Baby Grand Piano – Fontella Bass
- Bass – Cleophas Johnson
- Drums – Lonnie Hayes
- Piano – Ike Turner
- Tenor Saxophone – C.W. Tate, James Carr
- Trumpet – Larry Prothro
- Vocals, Electric Guitar – Little Milton
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 8436559465977
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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.
Vocals, Electric Guitar – Little Milton.
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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
All his Sun and Bobbin sides on one CD for the first time! These are his best early cuts: his first hit, I'm a Lonely Man, plus Hey Girl!; I'm in Love; If You Love Me; I'm Tryin'; Same Old Blues; Somebody Told Me, and 20 more! . 14. I'm A Lonely Man. 15. Long Distance Operator. 16. I Found Me A New Love. This anthology focuses on Little Milton's pre-Chess recordings at Sun circa 1953-1954 and Bobbin 1958-1961. During this period of his career you can hear the process of 'finding the VOICE' which would latter become his trademark at Chess. After subsequent singles failed to chart he hit the big time in 1965 when "We're Gonna Make It" hit number one on the R&B charts and even managed on the pop charts. This album focuses on Milton's voice more than anything as he shows his chops on McKinley Mitchell's "The End Of The Rainbow" and the maudlin "The Wind Beneath My Wings". Milton could be a straight lounge singer if he so desired. The Sun Masters" (Rounder 1990). Long Distance Operator 16. I Found Me a New Love 17. I'm Tryin' 18.
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 1940's 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 45's recorded for Sun, Bobbin and Chess between 1953-1962. The 29 tracks on this superb set feature Milton's stunning vocals and guitar .
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 1940s until his death in 2005 at the age of 71. This collection features all of his notable 45s recorded for Sun, Bobbin and Chess between 1953-1962. Long distance operator 14. I Found me a new love 15. I'M Tryin' 16.
Cuts one through seven feature Little Milton backed by lots of horns - it's worth listening for the unidentified saxophonist on "Let It Be Known," and the equally anonymous vibraphonist on "My Baby Pleases M. Choice cuts are the rockin' "Long Distance Operator" and a tasty slow grind with the intriguing title "Strange Dreams. For a good example of Milton's emulative allegiance to . King, consult "My Mind Is Troubled.