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Little Milton

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Little Milton and The New Black Blues

Overview by Charlie Gillett, Record Mirror, 20 September 1969

THROUGH THE 1950's, men with loud voices, amplified guitars and a few noisy accompanists made a modest but sufficient living out of singing the blues ...

Little Milton

Retrospective by Roger St. Pierre, New Musical Express, 26 January 1974

SOUL MUSIC and the blues have boundaries which are largely indefinable — a factor which has allowed many artists to straddle the two. ...

Little Milton

Profile by Bob Fisher, New Musical Express, 1 February 1975

"LIFE BEGINS AT forty," they say, so 1975 maybe the year in which Little Milton finally breaks out of the Chitlin circuit – that long ...

Little Milton: Long Beach Blues Festival, Long Beach

Live Review by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 22 September 1986

IF SOMEONE HAD distributed a checklist following Little Milton's set Saturday afternoon – rating his performance for singing, instrumental solos, arrangements, set pacing, use of ...

Touring Little Milton Still Big On The Blues

Interview by Don Snowden, Los Angeles Times, 2 October 1987

LITTLE MILTON'S set was the clear highlight of the 1986 Long Beach Blues Festival, and it turns out that performance was just as memorable for ...

Little Milton: Welcome to Little Milton (Malaco)

Review and Interview by Robert Gordon, MOJO, December 1999

Legendary blues and soul artist steps out with younger talent on his 13th album for Malaco ...

Little Milton

Book Excerpt by Phil Hardy, Dave Laing, Faber Companion to 20th Century Popular Music, 2001

b. Milton Campbell, 7 September 1934, Inverness, Mississippi, USA ...

Little Milton: Soul Survivor

Retrospective and Interview by Jeff Calvin, Blues Revue, March 2001

 THE LONG-DISTANCE call came on a spring day in 1965, from Chicago to the Lone Star State – from blues present to blues past. Leonard ...


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