Millie Jackson - It Hurts So Good (mono)

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It Hurts So Good - Millie Jackson 1973

"It Hurts So Good" is a song written by Phillip Mitchell, and first recorded in 1971 by Katie Love and the Four Shades of Black on the Muscle Shoals Sound label. That version was not a hit, and the song was later recorded more successfully by Millie Jackson, whose 1973 recording was featured in the blaxploitation action film Cleopatra Jones.

Hit versions were also recorded by Susan Cadogan, and Jimmy Somerville, in both cases as "Hurt So Good".

Millie Jackson's recording charted at #24 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #3 on what was then called R&B Singles. It was used as the title track of her second album, It Hurts So Good.
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Artist: Millie Jackson
Video title: It Hurts So Good (mono)

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