10 Songs, 33 Minutes

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4.4 out of 5
30 Ratings
30 Ratings
kimmymac

Great title song!

The song "Misty Blue" was a pop hit on the radio in NY in the mid 70's when I was a tween, and I loved it then, and still love it today. I actually requested this song from iTunes, so I was happy to get the original (rather than the karoke version - what is it with iTunes and karoke?!) If you listen to nothing else, check out the title song. Dorothy is an unheralded singer, in the Aretha vein. I can not vouch for the other songs, but I wanted to give Ms. Moore some props.

super sergeant

Thanks Ms. Moore

With a voice like Dorothy Moore' s She could knock an angel out of heaven, or at least make one fly into a wall paying attention to her vocals. Magnificant singer!

misty USMC

misty blue is the best

i feel in love with this song when I first heard it in Okinawa from a "dark" marine during my USMC days and still in love with the song.

About Dorothy Moore

Dorothy Moore had two huge hits in 1976 for Malaco with "Misty Blue" and "Funny How Time Slips Away." "Misty Blue" was a number two R&B and number three pop single and a sizzling piece of heartache soul, while "Funny How Time Slips Away" wasn't as definitive a soul recasting of Willie Nelson's composition as Joe Hinton's version, but it did better on the charts, reaching number seven R&B. Moore continued on Malaco through the '80s, landing one more Top Ten R&B hit in 1977 with "I Believe You." She signed with the reactivated Volt label in the late '80s and recorded two LPs for them, Time Out for Me and Winner, before returning to Malaco for the rest of her '90s work. Farish Street released her holiday album, Please Come Home for Christmas, in 2002. ~ Ron Wynn

HOMETOWN
Jackson, MS
BORN
October 13, 1946

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