Dorothy Moore | Blues Heart

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Blues Heart

by Dorothy Moore

Genre: Blues: Soul-Blues
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1. Coming Down With the Blues
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2. Let the Healing Begin
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4:45 $0.99
3. Make Up
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4. My Time On Earth
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5. When the Hurt Comes Down
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6. I Found Someone
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7. Nosey Neighbors
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8. Institutionalize
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9. Merry Go Round
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10. Ode to Billie Joe
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Marcia

Let the Healing Begin
The track "Let the Healing Begin" hit the USA Today pick of the week August 28, 2012. In his top ten Brian Mansfield wrote "Misty Blue singer shows she can still turn a flicker to a flame on her new album, Blues Heart.

Gareth Davies

MISTY & BLUE
When a tune called "Misty Blue" hit the national charts both sides of the pond back in '76 the name Dorothy Moore was in the minds and on the tongues of millions. The future couldn't have looked brighter. There was no significant follow up and that meant this was the peak of her charting achievements.
This song epitomized the sadness and desolation of a love/relationship gone bad and is an all time classic
After being dropped by the label this gifted vocalist virtually disappeared into obscurity but no doubt still performed and was known regionally, releasing a glut of albums in both secular and gospel markets latterly on her own Farish Street imprint.
Her Live album should never have seen the light of day and sounded like it was recorded and mixed down in a toilet. Talk about low budget! I can find nothing material-wise in Blues Heart to give me optimism that Dorothy will ever get within RPG shooting range of a chart again.
It pains me to say that because she has a terrific voice but unless another "Misty Blue" comes her way she will just continue to make a crust for the work she puts in and tread water till the day she dies. Reality of the music business today is simple. The cream of the new breed in this market are normally with majors and enjoy the mega marketing machine and support that comes with it and for guys like Dorothy Moore that uneven playing field merely compounds the problem she faces.
Dorothy Moore deserves a break so if the way it is ever changes and she can somehow ressurect her career nobody will be happier than me that I've been proved wrong.