Millie Jackson “Self-Titled” LP (1972)
Millie Jackson “Self-Titled” LP (1972)
Millie Jackson “Self-Titled” LP (1972)
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Millie Jackson “Self-Titled” LP (1972)

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Details: Millie Jackson self-titled LP (used). 1972. Promo cut-copy (slit cut in top left), opening and edges show definite signs of wear. Mono press.

Description: “Mildred Virginia Jackson (born July 15, 1944) is an American R&B and soul recording artist. Beginning her career in the early 1960s, three of Jackson's albums have been certified gold by the RIAA for over 500,000 copies sold. Jackson's songs often include long spoken sections, sometimes humorous, sometimes explicit. She recorded songs in a disco or dance music style and occasionally in a country style.

Occasionally, Jackson has been called the "mother of hip-hop," or of rapping itself. This has more to do with the long spoken sections in many of her songs as opposed to actual rapping. According to the cataloguing site, her songs have appeared in 189 samples, 51 covers, and six remixes revealing the appeal of her proto-typical rapping style of delivery.”

Grade: VG (Cover) / VG+ (Record)


A1. If This Is Love
A2. I Ain’t Giving Up
A3. I Miss You Baby
A4. A Child Of God (It’s Hard To Believe)
A5. Ask Me What You Want


B1. My Man, A Sweet Man
B2. You’re The Joy Of My Life
B3. I Gotta Get Away (From My Own Self)
B4. I Just Can’t Stand It
B5. Strange Things