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Complete your Millie Jackson collection. Written By – J. Avery (tracks: B1), P. Mitchell (tracks: A1). Notes. From the Motion Picture 'Cleopatra Jones'.
It Hurts So Good is the second album by American singer-songwriter Millie Jackson. I Cry" (Gary Byrd, Raeford Gerald) 4:12. Hypocrisy" (Millie Jackson, Victor Davis) 2:14. Two-Faced World" (Johanna Hall, John Hall) 2:50. It Hurts So Good" (Phillip Mitchell) 3:07. Don't Send Nobody Else" (Nick Ashford, Valerie Simpson) 3:22. Hypocrisy (Reprise)" 2:00. Good To The Very Last Drop" (Billy Nichols) 3:49. Love Doctor" (Jackie Avery) 2:55.
Millie Jackson – 1973 – It Hurts So Good. Before hitting her stride with 1974’s Caught Up, Millie Jackson delivered this tasty disc of uptown Southern soul. You may recognize It Hurts So Good and Love Doctor from the ’70s flick Cleopatra Jones, both of which are pretty darned great. Her ballad Good To The Very Last Drop also stands out as one of her finest moments. If you are ready (or willing) to take Millie Jackson seriously then you need to try this album, she deserves respect and this is the proof.
More albums from Millie Jackson: Get It Out’cha System by Millie Jackson. Live And Uncensored by Millie Jackson. Rock ‘N’ Soul by Millie Jackson. Live In Tokyo by Millie Jackson. For Men Only by Millie Jackson. t! by Millie Jackson. Caught Up by Millie Jackson. Still Caught Up by Millie Jackson. 5. Don’t Send Nobody Else. 6. Hypocrisy (Reprise). 7. Good To The Very Last Drop. 10. Now That You Got It. 11. Close My Eyes.
Hurts So Good" first appeared in 1973, on the back of Ms Jackson's Top 3 R&B/Top 30 Pop US success with its title track (her all-time biggest US hit, by the way). Renews automatically. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
Single by Millie Jackson. from the album It Hurts So Good. Millie Jackson's recording charted at on the Billboard Hot 100 and on what was then called R&B Singles. It was used as the title track of her second album, It Hurts So Good. Susan Cadogan released a reggae cover version of the song later that year retitled as "Hurt So Good", which featured bassist Boris Gardiner and the Zap Pow horns. It was released to little effect in Jamaica on Lee Perry's new 'Perries' record label, but was released in the UK by Dennis Harris's DIP International label. from the album Dare to Love. Love You Forever"/"Been So Long".
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