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Millie Jackson: Odeons Birmingham And Hammersmth

Live Review by Cliff White, New Musical Express, February 1978

Millie's preoccupations, said The Guardian, are sex, sex and more sex; can't argue with that. ...

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Millie Jackson

Profile and Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, January 1972

MILLIE JACKSON has had one of the most meaningful songs of 1971 in her current hit, 'A Child Of God (It's hard To Believe)'. Not ...

Millie Jackson: Sayin' What Comes Naturally

Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, October 1974

IF THERE is truly any justice, 1974 will see the final emergence of the magnificent Mille Jackson right at the top of her field, where ...

Millie Jackson: Still Caught Up

Review by John Morthland, Rolling Stone, September 1975

AND STILL GETTIN' it while the get-tin' is still good. Those who enjoyed Caught Up, Millie Jackson's last song cycle, won't be disappointed by this ...

Millie Jackson: Gettin' Her Piece

Interview by John Morthland, Black Music, November 1975

MILLIE JACKSON raps. That's what her fans come to see her for, she figures, and she'll rap about anything—though, nowadays, she raps most often about ...

Millie Jackson: Free And In Love

Review by Cliff White, New Musical Express, June 1976

OOWEE, LORD HAVE mercy. This girl just turns me to jelly every time she opens her mouth. ...

Millie Jackson: Free And In Love (Spring/Polydor) ****

Review by Vivien Goldman, Sounds, July 1976

MILLIE JACKSON has purchased a slinky new catsuit for the sleeve of this album, suitable for a liberated courtesan. And she can afford it too, ...

Feminism Is, Uh, Like Skinning Cats...

Interview by Cliff White, New Musical Express, June 1977

...or something like that, so it says here, in this double-date interview with Mss MINNIE RIPPERTON and MILLIE JACKSON ...

Millie Jackson: Feelin' Bitchy

Review by Vivien Goldman, Sounds, October 1977

HEY, MILLIE? This is Vivien.I'm writing to you 'cos I dig the way you move onstage. I saw you foolin' round with that guy onstage ...

Millie Jackson: In Tune With The People

Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, January 1978

Soul's upfront lady makes sure she stays on target by taking time and trouble to talk to the people and staying in touch with what's ...

Mille Jackson: The Primal Scream Therapist Of Soul

Interview by Vivien Goldman, Sounds, February 1978

MILLIE JACKSON yanked me over to her side of the fence the first moment I heard her belting out some juicy slice of angst on ...

Millie Jackson: Another Day, Another Dollar

Report and Interview by Cliff White, New Musical Express, February 1978

A COLLEAGUE FROM another paper and I were swopping reactions about Millie Jackson. He'd interviewed her in London; I'd caught up with her a couple ...

Millie Jackson Rings The Changes

Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, July 1978

Millie's new album is far more uptempo than any album she's ever done. Ironically, the track that most people are picking up on is a ...

Millie Jackson: A Few Moments Pleasure

Interview by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, May 1979

'I HATE to stay at home and not work,' says Millie, a confirmed workaholic. John Abbey talks to Millie about her new album, and her ...

MillieJackson: Live And Uncensored

Review by Danny Baker, New Musical Express, January 1980

A COUPLE OF NIGHTS back I was re-discovering Millie Jackson's Caught Up/Still Caught Up albums and wallowing in the ecstasy of what arguably were the ...

Millie Jackson: For Men Only (Polydor 2391460)

Review by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, July 1980

'This Is Where I Came In'; 'This Is It'; 'If That Don't Turn You On'; 'I Wish That I Could Hurt That Way Again'; 'A ...

Millie Jackson - Rappin' with Millie J

Interview by Gary Sperrazza!, Black Music, September 1980

"So now ladies and gentlemen it is star time...ARE YOU READY FOR STAR TIME!!!...(yells, applause)...Thank you and thank you very kindly...It is indeed a great ...

Millie Jackson: Live! Live! Live!

Live Review by Barney Hoskyns, New Musical Express, March 1981

Millie Jackson/Dynasty: Apollo Victoria, London ...

Millie Jackson: Hammersmith Odeon, London

Live Review by Cliff White, New Musical Express, November 1982

VOICE: robust and versatile, unique among name entertainers for its dynamic revitalisation of R&B and soul intonations of yesteryear. Humour: sardonic, self-deprecating, ego-crushing, uplifting; more ...

Millie Jackson: E.S.P. (Extra Sexual Persuasion) (Spring)

Review by Vivien Goldman, New Musical Express, February 1984

I RESPECT Millie Jackson the way I respect a hooker who succeeds in booting out her pimp and buys a computer to do the accounts ...

Millie Jackson: How To Talk Dirty and Influence People

Interview by Richard Cook, New Musical Express, February 1984

WHAT'S HAPPENED to the great soul singers? ...

Millie Jackson: Dominion, London

Live Review by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, March 1984

WHY IS this woman not in the movies? ...

Millie Jackson: Caught Up /Still Caught Up

Review by Charles Shaar Murray, New Musical Express, October 1985

MILLIE JACKSON is an astonishingly powerful and resourceful singer. It is easy to overlook her immense vocal skills particularly in the light of her current ...

Millie Jackson: Talk Talk

Interview by Bill Carpenter, Goldmine, October 1998

MILLIE JACKSON'S name means a lot of things to a lot of different people. Pioneer or profiteer? ...

Millie Jackson: An Interview

Interview by Carl Wiser, Songfacts, May 2010

"LET WHITE FOLKS cross over to me..." An R&B star with a stunning voice, Millie Jackson was close to breaking into the mainstream like her ...

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