Top Melba Moore Albums
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Book of Dreams (feat. Andrew Sarnoff) - EP
Book of Dreams (feat. Andrew Sarnoff) - EP
[2016]
Forever Moore
Forever Moore
[2016]
Read My Lips (Deluxe Edition)
Read My Lips (Deluxe Edition)
[2015]
The Essential Melba Moore
The Essential Melba Moore
[2015]
Dancin' With Melba (Bonus Track Version)
Dancin' With Melba (Bonus Track Version)
[2014]
Closer (Bonus Track Version)
Closer (Bonus Track Version)
[2014]
Burn
Burn
[2012]
Dancin' with Melba
Dancin' with Melba
[2012]
Read My Lips (Expanded Version)
Read My Lips (Expanded Version)
[2011]
Read My Lips
Read My Lips
[2010]
Live In NYC
Live In NYC
[2010]
Book of Dreams
Book of Dreams
[2009]
My Heart Belongs to You
My Heart Belongs to You
[2005]
Nobody But Jesus
Nobody But Jesus
[2004]
The Other Side of the Rainbow (Deluxe Edition)
The Other Side of the Rainbow (Deluxe Edition)
[2004]
A Very Special Christmas Gift
A Very Special Christmas Gift
[2001]
Solitary Journey
Solitary Journey
[1998]
A Little Bit Moore: The Magic Of (EMI Presents the Magic of Alma Cogan)
A Little Bit Moore: The Magic Of (EMI Presents the Magic of Alma Cogan)
[1996]
This Is It (Bonus Track Version)
This Is It (Bonus Track Version)
[1995]
Soul Exposed
Soul Exposed
[1990]
I'm in Love
I'm in Love
[1988]
A Lot of Love (Deluxe Edition)
A Lot of Love (Deluxe Edition)
[1987]
A Lot of Love
A Lot of Love
[1986]
Never Say Never
Never Say Never
[1983]
The Other Side of the Rainbow
The Other Side of the Rainbow
[1982]
Closer
Closer
[1980]
Melba
Melba
[1978]
A Portrait of Melba (Bonus Track Version)
A Portrait of Melba (Bonus Track Version)
[1977]
Peach Melba
Peach Melba
[1975]
Related Information for Melba Moore
Melba Hill, 29 October 1945, New York City, New York, USA. Based in New York, Melba Moore first attracted attention in the Broadway production of Hair. Although she has continued her thespian inclinations, winning an award for her performance in the musical Purlie, Moore has also forged a successful singing career. 'This Is It', a minor US hit, reached the UK Top 10 in 1976, and although her pop chart placings have since been inconsistent, Moore remained a fixture on the R&B lists over the following decade. In 2010, Moore collaborated with producer Jimmy D Robinson on several Club/Dance singles. These singles are "Soul Freak", "Stop It", "Night Creatures", "One More Chance", "... read more