Good to the Very Last Drop. 10. I'll Be Rolling with the Punches. 11. I'm Tired of Hiding. Billy Clements, Phillip Mitchell. 12. I'm Through Trying to Prove My Love to You. Bobby Womack. Making the Best of a Bad Situation. Richard Kerr, Gary Osborne.
A Matter of Fact (feat. The Best of Sir Charles Jones - For Your Love.
Mildred "Millie" Jackson (born July 15, 1944) is an American R&B/soul singer-songwriter and comedienne. Three of her albums have been certified gold by the RIAA for over 500,000 copies.
Millie Jackson has been beloved by soul fans of every persuasion since she laid down countless seminal tracks at Spring in the 70s. Her career was so successful there that she made nearly 20 albums. Each of them was a mix of current soul styles, with rap an increasing influence towards the latter part of her Spring tenure. Inevitably, some excellent ballads were hidden within LPs dominated by rap numbers that may not have been to many soul fans’ taste.
Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). Only 2 left in stock (more on the way). Continuing our short series of 'Expanded Versions' of classic Millie Jackson albums, the 1972 debut album from one of soul music's greatest talents now gets a well-earned makeover. The Very Best Of Millie Jackson Audio CD. Millie Jackson.
Mildred Virginia Jackson (born July 15, 1944), known professionally as Millie Jackson, is an American R&B and Soul singer-songwriter and former model. Beginning her career in the early 1960s, six of Jackson's albums have been certified gold by the RIAA for over 500,000 copies. Jackson vocal performances are often distinguished by long, humorous, and explicit spoken sections in her music, which she started doing on stage to get the attention of the audience.
21 of the Best is a good introduction for Millie Jackson neophytes, and a grand collection of her greatest hits for those who purchased the original 45s and the occasional album. From her debut "Child of God" to later R&B/country fusions like her hankie-wringing remake of "If You're Not in Love by Monday," Jackson's throaty voice demands your full attention. She rarely crossed over significantly, but "Ask Me What You Want," "My Man, a Sweet Man," "All the Way Lover," and her popular "It Hurts So Good," all made noticeable bangs on Billboard's R&B Singles Chart