Top Little Milton Albums
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Little Milton: The Extended Play Collection - EP
Little Milton: The Extended Play Collection - EP
[2013]
Blues Man
Blues Man
[2012]
Little Milton Vol 1
Little Milton Vol 1
[2009]
Beggin' My Baby (Future Blues Mix) - EP
Beggin' My Baby (Future Blues Mix) - EP
[2009]
Friend of Mine
Friend of Mine
[2008]
Little Milton's Looking for My Baby
Little Milton's Looking for My Baby
[2006]
Stax Profiles: Little Milton
Stax Profiles: Little Milton
[2006]
Me for You, You for Me - The Glades Masters
Me for You, You for Me - The Glades Masters
[2005]
Guitar Man
Guitar Man
[2002]
Feel It
Feel It
[2001]
Welcome to Little Milton
Welcome to Little Milton
[1999]
For Real
For Real
[1998]
Rockin' the Blues
Rockin' the Blues
[1996]
Cheatin' Habit
Cheatin' Habit
[1996]
Live at Westville Prison
Live at Westville Prison
[1995]
I'm a Gambler
I'm a Gambler
[1994]
Strugglin' Lady
Strugglin' Lady
[1992]
Reality
Reality
[1991]
Too Much Pain
Too Much Pain
[1990]
What It Is - Live At Montreux
What It Is - Live At Montreux
[1989]
Back to Back
Back to Back
[1988]
Movin' to the Country
Movin' to the Country
[1987]
Annie Mea's Cafe
Annie Mea's Cafe
[1986]
I Will Survive
I Will Survive
[1985]
Playing for Keeps
Playing for Keeps
[1984]
Walkin' the Back Streets
Walkin' the Back Streets
[1981]
Blues 'n Soul
Blues 'n Soul
[1974]
Waiting for Little Milton
Waiting for Little Milton
[1973]
Grits Ain't Groceries (Live)
Grits Ain't Groceries (Live)
[1969]
Related Information for Little Milton
1) Little Milton (September 17, 1934—August 4, 2005) was the stage name for Milton Campbell, Jr., a blues vocalist and guitarist best known his hits "Grits Ain't Groceries" and "We're Going to Make It." Most popular in the sixties, he became one of the lesser known greats of the genre, combining traditional lyrical structure with smoother production.Milton was born James Milton Campbell, Jr., in the Mississippi Delta town of Inverness and raised in Greenville by a farmer and local blues musician. By age twelve he had learned the guitar and was a street musician, chiefly influenced by T-Bone Walker and his blues and rock and roll contemporaries. In 1952, while still a teenager playing in local bars, he ca... read more