|2||We Don't Have To Be Over 21||2:15|
|5||Michael The Lover||2:21|
|9||Under The Boardwalk||2:39|
|10||Saturday Night At The Movies||1:53|
|11||Tracks Of My Tears||2:28|
ABC is the second studio album by the Jackson 5 and was issued on May 8, 1970, by Motown Records. It featured the No. 1 singles, "ABC" and "The Love You Save". Also present on the LP are several notable album tracks including a cover of Funkadelic's "I'll Bet You", "I Found That Girl" (the only lead song from brother Jermaine), and "The Young Folks" originally recorded by the Diana Ross-led version of the Supremes.
Come And Get It: The Rare Pearls. J Is For Jackson 5. Jackson 5. 2010. The First Recordings. 2010 Digitally Remastered. Goin' Back To Indiana. Tyler Perry’s A Madea Christmas Album. 2013 Original Motion Picture Soundtrack. Michael Jackson: The Complete Remix Suite.
Third Album sort en septembre 1970 alors que les Jackson 5 connaissent leurs heures de gloire. Le groupe enchaîne les shows télévisés, les concerts, et les couvertures de magazines pour ados. Le premier titre à être extrait est I'll Be There, sorti quelques semaines avant l'album, en août. Le titre deviendra la troisième plus grosse vente de Motown, derriere "I've Heard It Through the Grapewine" de Marvin Gaye, et "Endless Love" de Diana Ross et Lionel Richie.
Jermaine Jackson Jermaine Jackson. The Jackson 5 (also spelled The Jackson Five or The Jackson 5ive, abbreviated as J5, and later known simply as The Jacksons) was an American popular music quintet from Gary, Indiana. The group, active from 1964 to 1990, regularly played from a repertoire of R&B, soul, funk, and later disco.
AKA: The Jackson Five, The Jackson 5ive, and The Jackson Brothers. About The Jackson 5. The Jackson 5 were originally formed in 1963 under the name, The Jackson Brothers. The founding members were Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, and Marlon. Michael would join the group as the lead singer a year later, a move which pushed Jermaine to sing the backing vocals and play the lead guitar. Learning that they were earning only . % of royalties from Motown, Joe Jackson, the father and manager of the group, began to negotiate a lucrative contract with Epic records, which offered a royalty rate of 20% per record. The deal was completed in June 1975. As Motown owned the name The Jackson 5, the group simply renamed themselves The Jacksons. Popular The Jackson 5 songs.
Anthology (The Jackson 5 album). Greatest hits album by The Jackson 5. Released. July 1976 (US) January 1977 (UK) October 24, 2000. Anthology was originally released as a triple-album set by legendary Motown family unit, The Jackson 5, in 1976. It was at this point that most of the Jacksons (with the glaring exception of Jermaine Jackson) had left the label to join CBS Records. Later repackagings of Anthology have compiled it as a double compact disc set.