Dorothy Moore | I'm Doing Alright

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I'm Doing Alright

by Dorothy Moore

Dorothy Moore's deep soul blues can be heard on "I'm Doing Alright." Known for her ballads you will find a good selection here. Dorothy's creative work comes to you full circle. She is not afraid to use her vocals, with church sounds and falsettas.
Genre: Blues: Rhythm & Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. I'm Doing Alright
3:52 $0.99
2. What You Doing With The Money?
5:23 $0.99
3. My Man Is In Town
4:55 $0.99
4. Must Be Another Woman Involved
4:59 $0.99
5. Single Mother
5:04 $0.99
6. Do Your Duty
3:11 $0.99
7. You Don't Love Me
5:04 $0.99
8. Stand Up And Try To Be Strong
5:04 $0.99
9. All Because Of You
5:03 $0.99
10. What A Difference A Day Makes
4:38 $0.99
11. What Is This?
3:18 $0.99
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Album Notes
Born in Jackson, Mississippi on October 13, 1946, into a family steeped in gospel, Dorothy Moore started singing lead
in the church choir when she was five. She performed in high school and by age 13, she competed every
Wednesday night at the Alamo Theater in Jackson, a contest for adults. When asked how she felt when she
lost, Moore said, "I hate to say it, (pause) but I didn't loose."

After high school Moore started singing background at a local studio while singing in clubs around
Jackson. In 1966, she signed her first deal with Epic singing lead with a trio, the Poppies. The girl group
was produced by Billy Sherrill and had nationwide success. Moore also cut her first solo 45s under an
alias. She started in music in college but hid her talents from faculty to continue singing gigs and touring.

Moore changed labels and kept singing background. But the producers took notice and started recording
her solo. It was not long until she burst on the scene with the classic "Misty Blue" in 1976. Her career took
off and her first road show was New York's Madison Square Garden. Shortly thereafter she was a
Grammy Award nominee for two years straight. The rest in history.

Moore records and tours from her base in Jackson, Mississippi.



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crazy mc

this is deep soul.
this cd learns you what love is all about .this is my kind of music


WOW ! That's all I can say !
I got this CD shortly after it was released and haven't stopped loving it. In my humble opinion Dorothy is not just 'Doing Alright' - she's 'Doing Darned Fine' !

Hope you'll carry some of her other works as well !

carla carter

with pe in hand
i'm 37 years of age and love your music i've been listening to your music from age 13 with brothers and sisters the best cd that i like is misty blue and other greatest hits first song is misty blue second song is funny how time slips away third song is let the music play fourth song is i believe you fifth song is with pen in hand sixth song is for old time's sake seventh song is love me eight song is special occasion nineth song is girl overboard tenth song is all night blue eleventh song is he thinks i still care twelveth song is too blind to see


Quality Music
This is timeless music. You can listen to it all the time, it doesn't matter which mood you in. Love her voice, exspecially I love the slow jams. I am a southern soul music listener!