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Dorothy Moore

Dorothy Moore (born 13 October 1946, Jackson, Mississippi) is an American pop, R&B, and soul singer best known for her 1976 hit song, "Misty Blue".

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Newbery Medal - Newbery Recipients
... Charles Finger Tales from Silver Lands Winner 1925 Moore,Annie Carroll !Annie Carroll Moore Nicholas A Manhattan Christmas Story Honor 1925 Parrish,Anne !Anne Parrish ... Honor 1932 Armer,Laura Adams !Laura Adams Armer Waterless Mountain Winner 1932 Lathrop,Dorothy P ... !Dorothy P ...
Misty Blue - R&B Hit Versions
... Misty Blue" Single by Dorothy Moore from the album 'Misty Blue' B-side "Here It Is" Released 1975 Format 7" single Recorded 1973 Genre Southern soul Length 338 Label Malaco ... In 1973 Dorothy Moore recorded "Misty Blue" at Malaco Records in Jackson, Mississippi, cutting her vocal in a single take ... Malaco used the last of its resources to press Moore's "Misty Blue" and release it on the Malaco label ...

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