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Little Milton: Think of Me

Read "Think of Me" reviewed by Jim Santella


Little Milton, 71, has co-written ten new songs for this album along with members of his band. Following in the shadow of his trademark anthem “The Blues is Alright," Milton now adds “The Blues is My Companion," where he waxes poetically with an oral biography that suits you and me and everybody else who has ever felt the blues hanging on. He sings, “You see, the blues has been my roommate ever since the day you walked out the door." ...

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Little Milton: Welcome to Little Milton

Read "Welcome to Little Milton" reviewed by Ed Kopp


At 66 years young, Milton Campbell can still get it done, both with his voice and his guitar. Welcome to Little Milton is one of those celebrities-meet-bluesman collaborations designed to give wider recognition to a deserving veteran artist. The album is named after a sign on the outskirts of an English hamlet that coincidentally bears Little Milton's name.Despite all the big-name guests, Milton's star shines brightest here. Guests include Southern blues-rockers Government Mule, hip hoppers G. Love & ...


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