Friday, August 10, 2007


Little Milton - Waiting For Little Milton (Stax 1973)




4 Comments:

Blogger sou.th low said...

Although Little Milton's Stax recordings aren't as blues-oriented as his classic Chess and Checker recordings, there are still plenty of things to recommend about them. Primarily, they're of interest because they focus on his soulful vocals and those vocals shine on Waiting for Little Milton. On the whole, the album is a little uneven -- the songs aren't always first-rate and the production is a little too smooth -- but the performances make it worthwhile for most dedicated fans.

1. It's Amazing
2. Who Can Handle Me Is You
3. Woman, You Don't Have To Be So Cold
4. The Thrill Is Gone
5. Monologue 1 / That's How Strong My Love Is
6. What It Is
7. Little Bluebird

8/10/2007 5:27 PM  
Blogger DROK said...

Sou.th low

man!, thisalbum just with the spin of a few tracks has already grabbed me, many many thx for this!

ive got several other albums from you at this point, (some of which arent so much my bag , but not all bad, and I still appreciate the shares,,,I will continue to leave comments on the albums as I go through them....thx again!
DrOk,,,,,,,forrealheadz!

12/17/2007 2:36 PM  
Blogger thebabblebox said...

I'm excited to drift into this one...

thank you.

1/14/2008 12:01 PM  
Blogger Paul said...

holy god came on to earth and gave us mortal this amazing lp. praise you SOU.YH LOW for this killer groover.

2/13/2008 10:58 AM  

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