Tag Archives: Caught Up

MILLIE JACKSON EXPOSED: THE MULTI-TRACK SESSIONS MIXED BY STEVE LEVINE.

Millie Jackson Exposed: The Multi-Track Sessions Mixed By Steve Levine. Label: Southbound Records. To remix or not to remix, that is the question that many critics and music fans have asked over the last few years. Especially if it’s a classic album, which adds to the controversy. Soon, feelings are running high at the thought …

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MILLIE JACKSON-CAUGHT UP.

Millie Jackson-Caught Up. Label: Southbound Records. It didn’t look like life was going to be easy for Millie Jackson who was born in the city of Thomson, in Georgia, on July the ’15th’ 1944. Her father was a sharecropper and worked long hours for little reward. Life was tough for the Jackson family, and got …

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MILLIE JACKSON-ON THE COUNTRY SOUL SIDE.

MILLIE JACKSON-ON THE COUNTRY SOUL SIDE. Trying to describe Millie Jackson in just one word, is almost impossible. If I was asked to do so, the word I’d use would be versatile. She could breath life, meaning and drama into a variety of songs. Whether it was heartbreaking, soulful ballads or country soul, Millie could …

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MILLIE JACKSON-THE MOODS OF MILLIE JACKSON.

MILLIE JACKSON-THE MOODS OF MILLIE JACKSON. When it comes to female soul singers, It’s no exaggeration to say that Millie Jackson was one of the most talented and charismatic female vocalists of the seventies and eighties. Millie Jackson was born in Thomson, Georgia, but when her mother died, she moved to Newark, New Jersey with …

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MILLIE JACKSON-STILL CAUGHT UP.

MILLIE JACKSON-STILL CAUGHT UP. I’ve always thought that there’s nothing worse than not hearing how a story ends. That’s how I felt after I reviewed Millie Jackson’s 1974 album Caught Up, which launched her musical career. The album is like a musical soap opera, with side one featuring Millie playing the role of “the other …

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MILLIE JACKSON-CAUGHT UP.

MILLIE JACKSON-CAUGHT UP. Recently, I’ve been writing a number of articles on soul and funk music, with several of these articles featuring Southern Soul, The Sound of Philadelphia and Memphis soul. These recent articles have featured some of my favorite artists, including The O’Jays, Harold Melvin and The Blue Notes, Terry Callier, Jon Lucien Candi …

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