Misty Blue - Dorothy Moore

Misty Blue

Dorothy Moore

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 1976-03-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10

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Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
The Only Time You Ever Say You Dorothy Moore 3:35 USD 0.99
2
Dark End of the Street Dorothy Moore 2:53 USD 0.99
3
Funny How Time Slips Away Dorothy Moore 3:52 USD 1.29
4
Laugh It Off Dorothy Moore 3:11 USD 0.99
5
Misty Blue Dorothy Moore 3:42 USD 1.29
6
Enough Woman Left (To Be Your Dorothy Moore 3:04 USD 0.99
7
I Don't Want to Be With Nobody Dorothy Moore 4:15 USD 0.99
8
Ain't That a Mother's Luck Dorothy Moore 3:21 USD 0.99
9
Too Much Love Dorothy Moore 3:24 USD 0.99
10
It's So Good Dorothy Moore 2:27 USD 0.99

Reviews

  • greats song there is

    5
    By annjellybean
    This is one of the greats song around. My second child was born to the son.
  • misty blue

    4
    By PALuke
    Dorthy Moore's Misty Blue is the definative version. I loved it when it first came out and to this day it is still one of the songs that I play the most. Nobody can compare not even Ella Fitzgerald in my humble opinion.
  • DOROTHY CAN SANG!!!

    4
    By wild heart
    she dont need no fancy hair, she dont need no jew'lries, no fancy clothes, the girl can SANG...I love this song. love it
  • I first fell in love....

    5
    By The Queen253
    Listening to this song in 1976 was a thrill -- this was right up there with the '50's Etta James singing "At Last" -- I am super glad that iTunes had the song and I would recommend buying the song 'cause it will grow on you.
  • misty blue is the best

    5
    By misty USMC
    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.
  • Thanks Ms. Moore

    5
    By super sergeant
    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!
  • Great title song!

    3
    By kimmymac
    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.