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Millie Jackson : biography

July 15, 1944 -

Mildred "Millie" Jackson (born July 15, 1944) is an American R&B/soul singer-songwriter and comedienne. Three of her albums have been certified gold by the RIAA for over 500,000 copies.

Her vocal performances are often distinguished by long, humorous, and explicit spoken sections in her music, which she started doing on stage to get the attention of the audience. She has also recorded songs in a disco or dance music style and even some country styled songs. She is the mother of contemporary R&B singer, Keisha Jackson.

Discography

Albums

Year Album US USR&B UK Certification
1972 Millie Jackson 166 — —
1973 It Hurts So Good 175 13 —
1974 I Got To Try It One Time — — —
1974 Caught Up 21 4 —
  • RIAA: Gold
1975 Still Caught Up 112 27 —
1976 Free And In Love — 17 —
1977 Feelin' Bitchy 34 4 —
  • RIAA: Gold
1977 Lovingly Yours 175 44 —
1978 Get It Out'cha System 55 14 —
  • RIAA: Gold
1979 A Moment's Pleasure 144 47 —
1979 Royal Rappin's (with Isaac Hayes) 80 17 —
1979 Live & Uncensored 94 22 81
1980 For Men Only 100 23 —
1980 I Had To Say It 137 25 —
1981 Just a Li'l Bit Country 201 43 —
1982 Hard Times 201 29 —
1982 Millie Jackson "Live And Outrageous" (Rated XXX) 113 11 —
1983 E.S.P. (Extra Sexual Persuasion) — 40 59
1986 An Imitation of Love 119 — 16
1988 The Tide Is Turning — — —
1989 Back to the S t! — 79 —
1991 Young Man, Older Woman — — —
1993 Young Man, Older Woman: Cast Album — — —
1994 Rock N' Soul — — —
1995 It's Over — — —
1997 The Sequel, It Ain't Over — — —
2001 Not for Church Folk! — — —
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