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- Released: October 17, 1990
- Originally Released: 1987
- Label: Stax
- 1.It's Amazing
- 2.Who Can Handle Me Is You
- 3.Woman, You Don't Have To Be So Cold
- 4.The Thrill Is Gone
- 5.Monologue I/That's How Strong My Love Is
- 6.What It Is
- 7.Little Bluebird
Personnel: Little Milton, Willie Hall, Al Jackson, Jr., Calep Emphery, William Murphy, Leroy Hodges, Joe Turner, Milton Campbell, Raymond Jackson, Bobby Manuel, Lester Snell, Charlie Hodges, Shane Keister, Carl Hampton and Marvell Thomas.
Personnel: Little Milton (vocals, guitar); Raymond Jackson , Milton Campbell, Raymond Jackson , Bobby Manuel (guitar); The Memphis Symphony Orchestra (strings); Johnny Davis (trumpet); The Memphis Horns (horns); Lester Snell, Marvell Thomas, Shane Keister, Carl Hampton, Charles Hodges (piano, organ); Calep Emphrey, Calph Ephrey, Al Jackson, Jr. , Willie Hall (drums); The Soul Children (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Dave Purple; Milton Campbell.
Photographers: Frederick Toma; Maldwin Hamlin.
Unknown Contributor Roles: Calep Emphrey; Big Joe Turner ; Al Jackson, Jr. ; Lester Snell; Marvell Thomas; The Memphis Symphony Orchestra; Milton Campbell; Shane Keister; The Soul Children; The Memphis Horns; Willie Hall; Willie Murphy ; Leroy Hodges; Bobby Manuel; Carl Hampton; Charles Hodges.
Arrangers: James Mitchell ; Milton Campbell.
Although Little Milton's Stax recordings aren't as blues-oriented as his classic Chess and Checker recordings, there are still plenty of things to recommend about them. Primarily, they're of interest because they focus on his soulful vocals and those vocals shine on Waiting for Little Milton. On the whole, the album is a little uneven -- the songs aren't always first-rate and the production is a little too smooth -- but the performances make it worthwhile for most dedicated fans. ~ Thom Owens