Who Originally Sang Misty Blue?

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"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 3:38
Label Malaco Records
Writer(s) Bob Montgomery
Producer Tom Couch, James Stroud
Dorothy Moore singles chronology
"Making Love" (w/King Floyd)
(1975) "Misty Blue"
(1975) "Funny How Time Slips Away"
(1976)

'"Misty Blue"' is a song written by Bob Montgomery in 1966 which has become a hit in the Pop, C&W and Soul fields through various versions the most successful being the 1976 Pop/Soul hit by Dorothy Moore.

Montgomery wrote the song for Brenda Lee; he recalls: "I wrote “Misty Blue” in about 20 minutes. It was a gift and it was perfect for Brenda Lee, but she turned it down. Her producer Owen Bradley loved the song and as he couldn’t push her to do it, he cut it country style with Wilma Burgess." [1] W/LOVE -CEE-CEE

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