Having recorded music since the 70's, London musician and composer Richie Milton wrote for the legendary Reggae label Trojan Records and Glam-Pop label "Bell," and his work has been covered by Blues and Soul artists right up to the present day. Richie's catalog spans numerous genres like RnB, Country, Soul, Jazz, Rock'n'Roll, Folk, and Pop -- all performed in his own distinctive style, bringing an original and unique flavor to Film, TV, and any production needing an infusion of hot-smokin' high-energy Blues, Soul and Reggae music!
Richie Milton's songs have been covered by Soul artists Ruby Turner, Freddie Mack, Paul Cox, Lieta Rae, The Atlantics, and The Lo-Lites. Blues artists Bill Farrow, Otis Grand, The London Apaches, Jackie Loren, Dr. Ika, and Sugar Ray Norcia. Reggae artists like The Pioneers, Eugene Paul, Judge Dread, George Dekker, King Kong, and Jackie Robinson. His songs have also been recorded in Nashville by Country artists and in London by Brit Rock bands. Through Audiosparx, his tracks have been used for feature fims, video games, corporate videos, and stage productions. Constantly creative, Richie Milton can always offer a different musical slant on any scene or situation.
50's rhythm'n'blues style swing. Uptempo shuffle beat, horn section, and female vocal. Would suit jive/swing/lindy hop dance scene. Big horn section, rockin beat and sweet vocal make this very suitable for retro scenes. Female Vocals, Jazz, Swing Ensembles
Muted trumpet and hammond organ start this 50's style atmospheric jazz/blues/song. Then a female vocal in a torch song mode completes this late night New York vibe in a 1950's track. Sexy, smoky bar or lounge, mellow romantic scenes, tough love, hotel piano bar, film-noir, mellow laid back vibe. Female Vocals, Jazz, Lounge Jazz Vocals
up tempo boogie woogie pre rock'n' roll country! Jerry Lee Lewis / Moon Mullican piano style, riffin' horns, pedal steel and rockin' vocal conjure up a crazy50's roadhouse scene or manic comedy car chase. Boppin track with a lyric about a guy who wont stop talking! Male Vocals, Jazz, Jazzabilly
Groovy uptempo blues with risque lyric, organ and swing horns. Early 60's at the Flamingo Club in London! Would suit all hipsters of a certain age. Groovy Georgie Fame style. Dig the pre-disco scene! Male Vocals, Jazz, Swing Ensembles
40's standard style, with acoustic jazz guitar, upright bass, brushes and relaxed vocal. The vocal states "You wont know the meaning of the blues-until it happens to you" And the "it" means losing the best thing you've ever had! Experienced heartbreak casuality speaks to romantic beginner. Male Vocals, Jazz, Lounge Jazz Vocals
Uptempo rhythm'n'blues style latin. Drums intro, into piano figure, salsa horns then into passionate male vocal. Exciting yet serious vibe. Could suit dance scene for hot romance. Has catchy horn section riff. Male Vocals, Tropical, Salsa
Blues in a 40's style. Jimmy Rushing with Count Basie vibe but with a wonderful acoustic guitar solo. Lyric "how come baby, dont want my lovin' anymore?" would suit troubled relationship scene. Male Vocals, Jazz, Swing Ensembles
sassy and swinging with the horn section blowing a catchy riff, rollin' piano and Louis Prima style vocals. Ideal for 40's and 50's club or comedy relationship scenes. Lyrics about dissatisfaction with partners sex appeal and the fact that they don't find them sexually attractive ! Male Vocals, Jazz, Swing Ensembles
Very relaxed and summery. Male vocal with breathy tenor sax, vibes and easy going rhythm. Complete with seagull sounds this song is an ideal backdrop for a romantic walk along the coast. Also suitable for productions related to travel, holidays or food. Male Vocals, Jazz, Smooth Jazz Vocals
Be-bop vocalese in the style of"Lambert, Hendricks and Ross"make this very suitable for late 50's beat generation scenes. Sax and trumpet intro/outro and solos. Male/female unison vocals about a hip night out on the town to see"the band they call Bluesique." Mixed Vocals, Jazz, Swing Ensembles
Swinging band arrangment while male and female vocalists trade put downs before deciding to stick together. Finger clicking rhythm with a Rat Pack vibe give this track a hip romantic comedy feel.20-something, infidelity. Cheeky sassy frisky & fun.50's Vegas jazz vocal swing. Cool Lounge, Mixed Vocals, Jazz, Swing Big Band