Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Pop, Rock
1. I Want You Back Jackson 52. ABC Jackson 53. The Love You Save Jackson 54. I'll Be There Jackson 55. It's Your Thing (1995 Soulsation Version) Jackson 56. Who's Lovin' You Jackson 57. Mama's Pearl Jackson 58. Never Can S... more »
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1. I Want You Back Jackson 52. ABC Jackson 53. The Love You Save Jackson 54. I'll Be There Jackson 55. It's Your Thing (1995 Soulsation Version) Jackson 56. Who's Lovin' You Jackson 57. Mama's Pearl Jackson 58. Never Can Say Goodbye Jackson 59. Maybe Tomorrow Jackson 510. Got To Be There Michael Jackson11. Sugar Daddy Jackson 512. Rockin' Robin Michael Jackson13. Daddy's Home Jermaine Jackson14. Lookin' Through The Windows Jackson 515. I Wanna Be Where You Are Michael Jackson16. Get It Together Jackson 517. Dancing Machine Jackson 518. The Life Of The Party Jackson 519. I Am Love Jackson 520. Just A Little Bit Of You Michael Jackson21. It's Your Thing (The J5 In '95 Extended Remix Version) Jackson 5
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The ONLY Jackson 5 album you need
David Pearlman | Arlington, MA United States | 11/22/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)
"In the heavy revisionism that has enveloped the Motown Records story, it has been forgotten that until Stevie Wonder and Marvin Gaye stepped outside the machinery, Motown was first and formost a SINGLES label. The albums were almost universally slipshod collections that surrounded a few hits (or wannabes) with low grade filler.The Jackson 5 albums were no exception. The hits--and they are all here--were undeniably great. But beyond the hits and valient attempt second stringers (most of which are also here), the J5 albums were littered with filler. So this collection is DEFINITELY the best way to enjoy the J5. There are more complete surveys available (including a 4CD box), but trust me, those are only for the diehards. Everything anyone else would want from the Motown era J5 (outside of Michael's solo hit Ben) is right here.Start here and move onto the Epic era stuff if you're interested in the funkier material.dap"
THE ULTIMATE CD - THE ULTIMATE TALENT!!!
earth1 | Lawrenceville N.J. | 03/27/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is the best Jackson 5 CD there is! All the big hits are here, and for a great price. I've been amazed by MJ's talent since 1970. Whenever I hear songs like, I'll be there, The love you save, Who's lovin you, and Mama's pearl, just to name a few, I'm absolutely amazed that I'm listening to a little kid! His voice alone would have made him a superstar, but the fact that he has such INCREDIBLE dance moves to go along with that voice, truly make him a talent we will NEVER see again! It's sad to see what he looks like now, but it doesn't make him any less talented.This CD is only $9.99 what a steal! I hope someday soon, they put a live J5 concert on DVD, with all of their big hits, that would be incredible!"
Michael was a wonder!
Dasher | Houston, Texas | 09/27/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I was the same age as Michael..he seems to have a lost a year somewhere in time. In any case when he first appeared on tv he was a a wonder to behold. Jermaine was the Jackson that most of my friends had a crush on and when he married Berry Gordy's daughter Hazel they were all crushed of their crushes. Jackie was cute but too old, Tito had the guitar, But Michael was the voice. When I hear songs like I want you Back I can vision this little guy on the stage singing and dancing like Sammy Davis and James Brown. You had to be there to actually appriciate his talent. He looked like he was having a good time. This Cd makes me cry when I hear his old songs like "I'll Be There"..NO ONE can sing it like him..no one. Never Can Say Goodbye..ABC. I cannot had vision what a tragic figure he has become. Because like I had mentioned he looked like he was having a good time, and he certainly commanded the stage. "I Want You Back" which has one of the most famous guitar riffs ever in the beginning was a disapointment on the cd because the version on the cd was not it. But the cd is still very good. Let me make a point. The Jackson 5 were so big at the time they spured copycat groups like The Osmond Brothers, The Sylvers, The DeFranco Family. Donny Osmonds voice One Bad Apple was a direct copy of Michaels voice and a comtiplation of every song the Jackson 5 made at the time. I am surprised Joe Jackson did not sue them. One last thing, one song that liked was ommited "Let me Show you the way". That was a hit for The Jacksons not The Jackson 5 so maybe that is why it is not on the Cd. Buy it but it almost a sin they did not use the more famous version of "I want you back""