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It's Over!?

Millie Jackson

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Album Review

Fans of Millie Jackson's sassy raps, deep soul singing, and other-woman songs will kick this to the curb so hard they'll scuff their shoes. Not a bad effort, it just isn't R&B or urban, but Country with a capital C. A production by Betty Wright ("Lies That We Live," a haunting, uptown floater) is the sole exception. Bright spots are Wright's tune "You Ain't Killing Me the Way I Want to Die," an upbeat stomper with biting lyrics, "Breaking Up Somebody's Home," an upbeat grinder, and the album's best ballad, "I Don't Want to Be Your Friend." A strong backing vocal trio consisting of two-thirds of Ray, Goodman & Brown — Al Goodman and Billy Brown — and Keisha Jackson (Millie's daughter) is indistinguishable on this plodding set.

Biography

Born: 15 July 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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It's Over!?, Millie Jackson
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: R&B/Soul, Music, Soul
  • Released: 07 November 1995

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