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.
If you love somebody they are always on your mind. Thats what this song is all about. Wherever you are and whatever you're doing they"re forever in mind. Suitable for a Valentines Day situation or being away from home. Prominent piano figure and horn arrangement in a Van Morrison Style. Male Vocals, Soundalikes, Van Morrison
In a New Orleans rockin' style in the tradition of Clarence "Frogman " Henry and Dr. John, This track also features some rootsy bottleneck blues guitar and "Fats" style horn section. Confrontational lyrics state "If you dont want me baby-go out and find another man. Male Vocals, Soundalikes, Little Feet
Fifties New Orleans Rock'n'Roll Ballad in the style of the great Fats Domino. Piano, saxes and a solid rhythm section give this track the flavour of the era and make it suitable for all kinds of retro scenes. Male Vocals, Soundalikes, Fats Domino
Poignant ballad in a Willie Nelson style. A song about lost love with a hope that it might return--it's just that dream that keeps him sticking around. Male vocal, guitar and rhythm section with strings make this very suitable for a mature romance situation where love maybe rekindled. Male Vocals, Soundalikes, Willie Nelson
Skiffle, blues, hokum track by London East End songster Bill Farrow. Jolly and uptempo this track features a classic skiffle band line up of two acoustic guitars, stand-up bass, percussionist and harmonica. Also features kazoo solo with scat singing. Very suitable to convey a lighthearted vibe. Male Vocals, Soundalikes, Leon Redbone
Early 70's vibe inna Rolling Stones ballad style. Acoustic guitars, fretless bass and tabla percussion with a Mick Jagger falsetto style vocal. The lyrics suggest a recovery from illneess/injury/heartache/breakdown etc...
This track could suit a medical scene or any situation pertaining to recover, Male Vocals, Soundalikes, Rolling Stones
Hypnotic rhythmic blues riff played on acoustic guitars, harmonica, bass and percussion back up this autobiographical male vocal lyric mentioning New Orleans, London and Tokyo. Late 50's Howlin' Wolf style with shades of Tom Waits with a skiffle style. Imaginative use of cowbell and finger cymbals. Male Vocals, Soundalikes, Tom Waits