9 thoughts on “ Ask Me What You Want - Millie Jackson - Millie Jackson (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Ask Me What You Want / I Just Can't Stand It on Discogs. Label: Spring Records - SPR • Format: Vinyl 7 Millie Jackson - Ask Me What You Want / I Just Can't Stand It (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(5).
  2. rows · Millie Jackson is an African-American R&B/Soul singer-songwriter and actress whose .
  3. I Miss You Baby Written-By – Raeford Gerald: A4: A Child Of God (It's Hard To Believe) Written-By – Don French, Millie Jackson: A5: Ask Me What You Want Written-By – Billy Nichols, Millie Jackson: B1: My Man, A Sweet Man Written-By – Raeford Gerald: B2: You're The Joy Of My Life Written-By – Raeford Gerald /5(36).
  4. Sep 19,  · Continuing our short series of 'Expanded Versions' of classic Millie Jackson albums, the debut album from one of soul music's greatest talents now gets a well-earned makeover. unedited and/or alternate versions of some of the LP's best- known and best loved numbers. 'Ask Me What You Want' and her UK chart debut 'My Man, A Sweet Man /5(8).
  5. Find Millie Jackson discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. including "Ask Me What You Want" and "Hurts So Good." Read Full Biography. full condensed blue highlight denotes album pick Filter Discography By Albums Compilations Singles & EPs DVDs & Videos All. Year Album.
  6. The great singles from this bountiful period--"Hurts So Good," "(If Loving You Is Wrong) I Don't Want To Be Right," "Put Something Down On It," "If You're Not Back In Love By Monday," "Love Is A Dangerous Game," and "Angel In Your Arms"--established Millie Jackson as not only a singer capable of brilliantly conveying the unashamed pleasures of sex.
  7. Early life. Born in Thomson, Georgia, Jackson is the daughter of a sharecropper. Her mother died when she was a child and subsequently, she and her father moved to Newark, New the time Jackson was in her mid-teens, she had moved to Brooklyn to live with an aunt. She occasionally worked as a model for magazines like JIVE and Sepia.. Dared by a $5 bet back in , Millie sang at a.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.

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