Blues / R&B

Malaco offers hundreds of recordings by legends in the blues and R&B field

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Denise LaSalle
Denise was born Denise Allen in Leflore County, Mississippi.
Keri Leigh
Texas blues maven Keri Leigh has spent the better part of her young life as a revivalist of the blues, whether by singing them, writing about them, or just plain living them.

La' Keisha
Although she may be new to the Malaco family
Latimore
A native of Charleston, Tennessee, Benny Latimore began his singing career at age 13 in various local churches.

Little Milton
He was born Milton Campbell in a modest sharecroppers home on the outskirts of Inverness, Mississippi, on September 7th 1934.

Dorothy Moore
From the Apollo Theater to the Las Vegas Hilton, from Madison Square Garden to the famed London Palladium, Dorothy Moore has thrilled and warmed the hearts of millions with her beautiful songs.
Fred McDowell
In the spoken introduction to the Capital Blues Collection I Don't Play No Rock 'N' Roll Mississippi Fred Mc Dowell says, " My type of blues, I play it with a bottleneck, you understand, see - rib what come out of a steak.

McKinley Mitchell
Born in Jackson, Mississippi, in 1935, Mitchell had first recorded in his adopted home of Chicago, Illinois, for the Boxer label in 1959.
Mosley and Johnson
Sam Mosley and Robert A.

Phillip Mitchell
Previously unreleased 1970s tracks recorded in Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
Stan Mosley
"At some point in time," Malaco recording artist Stan Mosley recalls, "I have either opened for or performed in the same venue as just about every major soul or blues act in the business.

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