Jackson, Millie: 21 of the Best

Jackson, Millie SKU: 05772773
Jackson, Millie: 21 of the Best

Jackson, Millie: 21 of the Best

Jackson, Millie SKU: 05772773

Format: CD

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Title: 21 of the Best
Artist: Jackson, Millie
Label: Southbound Records
UPC: 029667710022
Genre: Soul/R & B

Millie's top-selling "Best Of" compilation is reissued with a new cover and a new sleeve note. The CD contains 21 great tracks by Georgia's finest soul singer. Chronicling her singing career between 1971 and 1983, "21 Of The Best" does not include her raps or monologues (which can't be condensed). Beginning with 1971's 'A Child Of God (It's Hard To Believe)' (Spring 119), "21 Of The Best" includes 17 songs that made the US R&B charts (eight of them the Top 20) and six that crossed over into the US Pop 100 - 'Ask Me What You Want' (#27), 'My Man, A Sweet Man' (#42), 'It Hurts So Good' (#24), 'How Do You Feel The Morning After' (#77), '(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don't Want To Be Right' and 'If You're Not Back In Love By Monday' (#43). The album concludes with the 1983 classic ballad 'I Feel Like Walking In The Rain', which was her label swansong at Spring Records.

1.1 Child of God
1.2 Ask Me What You Want
1.3 My Man, a Sweet Man
1.4 Breakaway
1.5 It Hurts So Good
1.6 How Do You Feel the Morni
1.7 (If Loving You Is Wrong)
1.8 Loving Arms3
1.9 Bad Risk4
1.10 You Can't Turn Me Off (In
1.11 If You're Not Back in Lov
1.12 All the Way Lover
1.13 Go Out and Get Some (Get
1.14 Keep the Home Fire Burnin
1.15 Never Change Lovers in TH
1.16 Kiss You All Over
1.17 This Is It (Part 2)
1.18 It's Gonna Take Some Time
1.19 Do You Wanna Make Love
1.20 Blues Don't Get Tired of
1.21 I Feel Like Walking in TH
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