Maxine Ella Brown (born August 18, 1939) is an American soul and R&B singer. Maxine Brown began singing as a child, performing with two New York based gospel groups called the Angelairs and the Royaltones when she was a teenager. In 1960, she signed with the small Nomar record label, who released the deep soul ballad "All in My Mind" (which was written by Maxine) late in the year
It sometimes seems as if nearly every major soul star of the 1960s got paired up with a singer of the opposite gender for a duets album, and Chuck Jackson was no exception. Jackson cut two LPs with his Wand Records labelmate Maxine Brown, and both of them are featured on this two-fer reissue from Kent. The pairing seemed to bring out the best in both artists - Brown, one of the more underrated soul divas of the 1960s, delivers a set of committed and passionate performances on these tracks, and Jackson responds with equally strong vocals that rank with his best work.
Something You've Got - Maxine Brown & Chuck Jackson. SOMETHING YOU GOT Chuck Jackson & Maxine Brown. Chuck Jackson And Maxine Brown Something You Got 1965. Top Songs By Chuck Jackson. 1. Any Day Now (My Wild Beautiful Bird). 2. I Don't Want To Cry. Chuck Jackson. 3. Any Day Now. 4. All Over The World. 5. Tell Him I'm Not Home. 3,705 Writer(s): Chris Kenner Lyrics powered by ww. usixmatch.