Dorothy Moore had two large hits in 1976 for Malaco with “Misty Blue” and “Crazy How Period Slips Away.” “Misty Blue” was lots two R&B and number 3 pop single along with a sizzling little bit of heartache spirit, while “Funny How Period Slips Apart” wasn’t as definitive a spirit recasting of Willie Nelson’s structure as Joe Hinton’s edition, but it do better over the graphs, reaching amount seven R&B. Moore continuing on Malaco with the ’80s, getting one more TOP R&B strike in 1977 with “I REALLY BELIEVE You.” She agreed upon using the reactivated Volt label in the later ’80s and documented two LPs on their behalf, Time Out for me personally and Winner, just before time for Malaco for the others of her ’90s function. Farish Road released her vacation album, Please GET BACK for Xmas, in 2002.
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|Black or White||2014||performer: "Misty Blue "|
|EastEnders||2014||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|So You Think You Can Dance||2011||TV Series performer - 2 episodes|
|Mississippi Damned||2009||performer: "Love Me"|
|My Best Friend's Girl||2008||performer: "Don't Let Go"|
|Made of Honor||2008||performer: "Misty Blue"|
|The Sopranos||2004||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Jesus' Son||1999||performer: "Misty Blue"|
|Phenomenon||1996||performer: "Misty Blue"|
|Back of Beyond||1995||performer: "I Don't Want To Be With Nobody But You"|
|Top of the Pops||1976-1977||TV Series performer - 6 episodes|
|The Midnight Special||1977||TV Series||Herself|
|The Mike Douglas Show||1976-1977||TV Series||Herself - Vocalist / Herself - R&B Vocalist|
|New American Bandstand 1965||1976-1977||TV Series||Herself|
|Top of the Pops||1977||TV Series||Herself|
|Rock Concert||1977||TV Series||Herself|
|Top of the Pops||1976||TV Series||Herself|
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