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Little Milton

Little Milton Campbell was an accomplished blues musician. A performer known for his extraordinary technique, soulful voice, and unique blend of musical styles, Milton was also admired for his staying power. A talented musician and shrewd businessman, he recorded and performed consistently for over 50 years. While Milton may not have developed the clearly identifiable sound of some of his peers, which may explain why he never became a “top forty” favorite, he managed to use his extraordinary musical skills to change with the times. Until his death in 2005, Milton provided his audiences with contemporary music while staying true to his Mississippi Delta roots. Whether performing a solo with an acoustic guitar or playing an electric guitar backed by keyboard, bass, and drums, Little Milton was an authentic, grassroots blues artist.

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Albums

Think of Me
Think of Me
Telarc Records
2005
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Little Milton Greatest Hits: Chess Anniversary Edition
Little Milton...
Chess
1997
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[no cover]
Friend Of Mine
Mast Records
1976
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[no cover]
We Got The Winning...
Mast Records
1966
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[no cover]
We're Gonna Make It
Mast Records
1965
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[no cover]
Who's Cheating Who? /...
Mast Records
1965
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