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21 Of the Best (1971-83)

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Included here are all of the songs that made the lascivious Millie Jackson an item on R&B stations as one of the hottest live performers. 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. 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.

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Don't stop girl

This lady and I are gonna make some babies together. If we do though I'll have to give it up for adoption. I can't pay to support a child with my salary. You know what I'm saying. Anyway this record makes stuff like that happen...and for all my brothers and sisters out there who I know think about the consequences...you better not buy this record. Lord have mercy...

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 Tony Rice took her to a venue in Hoboken, NJ, a couple of weeks later and then on to Brooklyn, NY, to perform for a...
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