Misty Blue - Dorothy Moore

Misty Blue

Dorothy Moore

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 1976-03-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 10
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Misty Blue ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
The Only Time You Ever Say You Dorothy Moore 3:35 USD 0.99
Dark End of the Street Dorothy Moore 2:53 USD 0.99
Funny How Time Slips Away Dorothy Moore 3:52 USD 1.29
Laugh It Off Dorothy Moore 3:11 USD 0.99
Misty Blue Dorothy Moore 3:42 USD 1.29
Enough Woman Left (To Be Your Dorothy Moore 3:04 USD 0.99
I Don't Want to Be With Nobody Dorothy Moore 4:15 USD 0.99
Ain't That a Mother's Luck Dorothy Moore 3:21 USD 0.99
Too Much Love Dorothy Moore 3:24 USD 0.99
It's So Good Dorothy Moore 2:27 USD 0.99


  • Grace + Frankie

    By JujuuCandy
    Grace and Frankie season 2, episode 11 brought me right here to “Misty Blue” ♥️
  • greats song there is

    By annjellybean
    This is one of the greats song around. My second child was born to the son.
  • misty blue

    By PALuke
    Dorthy Moore's Misty Blue is the definative version. I loved it when it first came out and to this day it is still one of the songs that I play the most. Nobody can compare not even Ella Fitzgerald in my humble opinion.

    By wild heart
    she dont need no fancy hair, she dont need no jew'lries, no fancy clothes, the girl can SANG...I love this song. love it
  • misty blue is the best

    By misty USMC
    i feel in love with this song when I first heard it in Okinawa from a "dark" marine during my USMC days and still in love with the song.
  • Thanks Ms. Moore

    By super sergeant
    With a voice like Dorothy Moore' s She could knock an angel out of heaven, or at least make one fly into a wall paying attention to her vocals. Magnificant singer!
  • Great title song!

    By kimmymac
    The song "Misty Blue" was a pop hit on the radio in NY in the mid 70's when I was a tween, and I loved it then, and still love it today. I actually requested this song from iTunes, so I was happy to get the original (rather than the karoke version - what is it with iTunes and karoke?!) If you listen to nothing else, check out the title song. Dorothy is an unheralded singer, in the Aretha vein. I can not vouch for the other songs, but I wanted to give Ms. Moore some props.