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The Jackson 5 – Third Album

August 8, 2009

Third Album
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“I’ll Be There” (Berry Gordy, Jr., Bob West, Hal Davis, Willie Hutch) – 3:59
“Ready or Not Here I Come (Can’t Hide from Love)” (originally performed by The Delfonics) – 2:34
“Oh How Happy” (Charles Hatcher – originally performed by The Shades of Blue) – 2:16
“Bridge Over Troubled Water” (Paul Simon – originally performed by Simon & Garfunkel) – 5:52
“Can I See You in the Morning” (Deke Richards) – 3:09
“Goin’ Back to Indiana” (The Corporation) – 3:32
“How Funky Is Your Chicken” (Lester Lee Carr, Richard Hutch & Willie Hutch) – 2:41
“Mama’s Pearl” (The Corporation) – 3;09
“Reach In” (Beatrice Verdi) – 3:28
“The Love I Saw In You Was Just a Mirage” (originally performed by Smokey Robinson)(Smokey Robinson) – 4:22
“Darling Dear” (Gordy/Gordy/Story) – 2;40

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The Jackson 5 – Joyful Jukebox Music

August 8, 2009

Joyful Jukebox Music
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Jackson 5 – Dancing Machine

April 23, 2009

Dancing Machine
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Dancing Machine was an album released by Motown quintet The Jackson 5 in 1974. The album’s title track was a #2 pop hit and a #1 R&B hit in the United States, briefly returning the group to their former prominence. The group released two singles from the album: the funky “Whatever You Got, I Want” and the group’s last top twenty hit “I Am Love”.

“I Am Love” (D.Fenceton / J.Marcellino / M.Larson / R.Rancifer) – 7:29
“Whatever You Got, I Want” (G.Marcellino / J.Marcellino / M.Larson) – 2:58
“She’s a Rhythm Child” (C.Drayton / H.Davis / R.Talmage) – 2:39
“Dancing Machine” (D.Fletcher / H.Davis / W.D.Parks) – 2:43
“The Life of the Party” (C.Drayton / H.Davis / T.Smith) – 2:35
“What You Don’t Know” (G.Marcellino / J.Marcellino / M.Larson) – 4:25
“If I Don’t Love You This Way” (L.Ware / P.Sawyer) – 3:28
“It All Begins and Ends With Love” (D.Fenceton / J.Marcellino / M.Larson) – 3:07
“The Mirrors of My Mind” (C.O’Hare / D.Fletcher / N.Garfield) – 3:08

The Jackson 5 – Maybe Tomorrow

April 18, 2009

Maybe Tomorrow
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Maybe Tomorrow was the fourth regular studio album released by The Jackson 5 in 1971. Released after the success of the hit ballad “I’ll Be There”, most of the tracks on the album are ballads, with few dance numbers. Maybe Tomorrow includes the hit singles “Never Can Say Goodbye” and “Maybe Tomorrow”. While not as financially successful as the Jackson 5’s first three outings, Maybe Tomorrow contains some of the most often-sampled and covered material in the group’s catalogue.

“Maybe Tomorrow” (Gordy/Mizell/Perren/Richards) – 4:41
“She’s Good” (Gordy/Mizell/Perren/Richards) – 2:59
“Never Can Say Goodbye” (Clifton Davis) – 2:57
“The Wall” (Larson/Marcellino/Sawyer) – 3:03
“Petals” (Corporation) – 2:34
“Sixteen Candles” (Dixon/Khent) – 2:45
“(We’ve Got) Blue Skies” (Bee/Clark/Stephenson/Wilkinson) – 3:21
“My Little Baby” (Gordy/Mizell/Perren/Richards) – 2:58
“It’s Great to Be Here” (Corporation) – 2:59
“Honey Chile” (originally by Martha Reeves & the Vandellas) (Richard Morris, Sylvia Moy) – 2:45
“I Will Find a Way” (Corporation) – 2:57

The Jackson 5 – Moving Violation

April 18, 2009

Moving Violation
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Moving Violation, released in 1975, was the final regular studio album released by the family quintet The Jackson 5 on Motown Records.

By the end of their six-year run in Motown, all five Jackson brothers had matured dramatically in both age and vocals: youngest member Michael was, at 16, the only non-adult in the group. With the boys now becoming men, it was difficult for the group to deal with Motown’s policies against writing and producing their own material.

“Forever Came Today” (originally by Diana Ross & the Supremes)
“Moving Violation”
“(You Were Made) Especially for Me”
“Honey Love”
“Body Language (Do the Love Dance)”
“All I Do Is Think of You”
“Breezy”
“Call of the Wild”
“Time Explosion”

Jackson 5 – Skywriter

April 18, 2009

Skywriter
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Skywriter could be described as a turning-point record for The Jackson 5. Released in the beginning of 1973, lead singer Michael’s vocals were now showing the signs of his maturing tenor voice, while Jermaine’s voice had gotten much deeper in tone. Notably, one of Skywriter’s songs, “Touch” (originally recorded by the Supremes in 1971), features Michael and Jermaine singing about satisfying a woman in the bed. As such, “Touch” was one of the most controversial singles Michael sung on until his solo career took off again in the 1980s.

“Skywriter” (Larson/Marcellino) – 3:08
“Hallelujah Day” (Perren/Yarian) – 2:46
“The Boogie Man” (Richards) – 2:56
“Touch” (originally by The Supremes) (Sawyer/Wilson) – 3:00
“Corner of the Sky” (song written for the Broadway musical Pippin) (Schwartz) – 3:33
“I Can’t Quit Your Love” (originally by The Four Tops) (Caston/Wakefield) – 3:12
“Uppermost” (Davis) – 2:26
“World of Sunshine” (Larson/Marcellino) – 2:45
“Ooh, I’d Love to Be With You” (Mizell/Mizell) – 2:49
“You Made Me What I Am” (Corporation) – 2:50

Jackson 5 – Children of the Light

April 14, 2009

Children of the Light
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The Jackson 5 – ABC

March 28, 2009

ABC
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1. The Love You Save (Corporation [2]) – 2:59
2. One More Chance (Corporation [2]) – 2:56
3. ABC (Gordy/Mizell/Perren/Richards) – 2:55
4. 2-4-6-8 (Sawyer/Ware) – 2:55
5. (Come ‘Round Here) I’m the One You Need (Dozier/Holland/Holland) – 2:46
6. Don’t Know Why I Love You (Hardaway/Hunter/Riser/Wonder) – 3:47
7. Never Had a Dream Come True (Cosby/Moy/Wonder) – 2:58
8. True Love Can Be Beautiful (Jackson/Taylor) – 3:24
9. La-La (Means I Love You) (Bell/Hart) – 2:52
10. I’ll Bet You (Barnes/Clinton/Lindsey) – 2:26
11. I Found That Girl (Corporation [2]) – 2:57
12. The Young Folks (Gordy/Story) – 2:50
13. I’ve Been Blessed