Misty Blue

Dorothy Moore’s Misty Blue (1976) is one of the most beautiful songs that I have ever heard. I can remember the first time I came across this classic. I was on a train and a passenger behind me was listening to it from his handheld radio. I doubt that he could have chosen a better song to break the law with. It is definitely worth a $250 fine. The song repeats its name many times. I was so taken with this masterpiece that I almost stood up and moved closer to the man and his radio. I remember it all like it was yesterday. This is probably because it was.


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