All 20 of the duet tracks that Jackson
recorded with Maxine Brown
for the Wand label between 1965 and 1967, comprising the entirety of their two albums for the company. It's reasonable pop/soul, but not nearly as memorable as the best male-female soul duets of the era (like the ones by Marvin Gaye
and various Motown partners, or by Otis Redding
and Carla Thomas
). Highlights are the early compositions by the Jo Armstead
team, including a version of "Let's Go Get Stoned" that was recorded (though not released) before Ray Charles'
more famous hit rendition.