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21 Of The Best (1971-1983) CD

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Title: 21 Of The Best (1971-1983) CD
Artist: Millie Jackson
Label: Southbound
Catalogue #: CDSEWD100
Format: CD
Genre: 70s Soul, 80s Soul
Release Year: 1994
Condition: New & Sealed
1. A CHILD OF GOD ( IT'S HARD TO BELIEVE)
2. ASK ME WHAT YOU WANT 
3. MY MAN, A SWEET MAN 
4. BREAKAWAY 
5. IT HURTS SO GOOD 
6. HOW DO YOU FEEL THE MORNING AFTER     
7. (IF LOVING YOU IS WRONG) I DON'T WANT TO BE RIGHT 
8. LOVING ARMS 
9. BAD RISK 
10. YOU CAN'T TURN ME OFF (IN THE MIDDLE OF TURNING ME ON) 
11.IF YOU'RE NOT BACK IN LOVE BY MONDAY 
12. ALL THE WAY LOVER      
13. GO OUT AND GET SOME 
14. KEEP THE HOME FIRE BURNIN' 
15. NEVER CHANGE LOVERS IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT 
16. KISS YOU ALL OVER 
17. THIS IS IT 
18. IT'S GONNA TAKE SOME TIME THIS TIME      
19. DO YOU WANNA MAKE LOVE 
20. THE BLUES DON'T GET TIRED OF ME 
21. I FEEL LIKE WALKING IN THE RAIN  

When we say the best we mean the best! This CD contains 21 great tracks by Georgia's finest soul singer Millie Jackson. 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 1971s 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 (8 of them the Top 20) and 6 that crossed over into the US Pop 100 - Ask Me What You Want (No 27), My Man, A Sweet Man (No 42), It Hurts So Good (No 24), How Do You Feel The Morning After (No 77), (If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don't Want To Be Not Back In Love By Monday (No 43).


The album concludes with the 1983 classic ballad I Feel Like Walking In The Rain (which was her label swansong at Spring Records - she went on to record Act Of War with Elton John as well as scoring fresh hits for the Jive label. She now records for Ichiban).The compilation and archive research on this CD was by Roger Armstrong. Paul Williams tells Millie's story and chronicles her recording career in the 16 page lavishly illustrated CD booklet. The songs themselves were digitally transferred from original analogue master tapes for the best sound possible. As the songs tell it - This Is It! The CD that "hurts so good!" -  Ace Records


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