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Album Review

Rappin' Millie has everything working in high gear on this commercial outing. She peps up Latimore's "Keep the Home Fires Burnin'," turning it into a surefire winner, and excels on Bobby and Cecil Womack's "Put Something Down On It," preempting it with a saucy rap called "Logs and Thangs." The husky-voiced singer claims Dolly Parton's "Here You Come Again," transforming the country-pop hit into a soulful item. This set is heavy on uptempo material, but the ballads "Why Say You're Sorry," "He Wants to Hear the Woe," and "I Just Wanna Be With You" rank with Millie's best. Oddly, the best song, "Sweet Music Man," is the last track on the CD; it begins with a tight rap, and features a aching, heartfelt vocal from Millie. The disc is a reissue that was originally released on Spring Records in 1978.

Biography

Born: July 15, 1944 in Thomson, GA

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Millie Jackson's first taste of singing in front of an audience occurred one night at the famed nightclub Smalls Paradise. Sitting in the audience with friends, Jackson heckled the lady onstage and, when dared to do better, she stepped up to belt Ben E. King's "Don't Play It No More." Jackson was hired for another gig within two weeks, but didn't get paid. A gentleman by the name of...
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