Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Get It Out'cha System
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, R&B
On which Millie comes face to face with the toilet seat on the CD reissue of this 1978 album. Two R&B hits nestle beneath its silvery surface, one the rare combination of Millie with a Kenny Rogers song 'Sweet Music Man' a... more »
On which Millie comes face to face with the toilet seat on the CD reissue of this 1978 album. Two R&B hits nestle beneath its silvery surface, one the rare combination of Millie with a Kenny Rogers song 'Sweet Music Man' and the second a Latimore tune 'Keep The Home Fires Burning'. The Muscle Shoals session players are present again, David Hood and Roger Hawkins presumably on the Alabama recordings, as Millie undertook a veritable tour of classic American studios from United Sound in Detroit to Criteria in Miami, Florida and the Sound Shop in Nashville. Never one to hold back, Ms Jackson loosens up on another 9 cuts - and as she rasps out the lyrics to her cover of Bobby and Cecil Womack's 'Put Something Down On It', you know she's going to Get It Out' Cha System. Remastered from original analogue master tapes. ACE.
Tellin it Like it is
maxiemum | Mt. Sterling, Kentucky United States | 04/12/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I had this record 20 years ago an really enjoyed it. But the quality on the c.d. is great. Millie has that smokey, deep gut voice, that makes you feel like the words are being ripped out of your innerself. Her technique is rare the way she flows from one stanza to the next without clipping words or fading. I know she's famous abroad an have no idea why she's not that way here in the U.S. Caught her in concert in cincinnati and it was powerful. Maybe it's just the sexual innuendo in most of her songs. Still if your an adult you'll love her tell it like it is style. R.& B. has transcended all races an lifestyles."