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    THE BILLBOARD 200 ALBUMS CHART (U.S.A)

    THE JACKSON 5


    01. 1969: # 5 – Diana Ross Presents The Jackson 5
    02. 1970: # 4 – ABC
    03. 1970: # 4 – Third Album
    04. 1970: # 105 – Jackson 5 Christmas Album
    05. 1971: # 11 – Maybe Tomorrow
    06. 1971: # 16 – Goin’ Back To Indiana
    07. 1971: # 12 – Greatest Hits
    08. 1972: # 7 – Lookin’ Through The Windows
    09. 1973: # 44 – Skywriter
    10. 1973: # 100 – Get It Together
    11. 1974: # 16 – Dancing Machine
    12. 1975: # 36 – Moving Violation
    13. 1999: # 114 – 20th Century Masters – The Millenium Collection: The Best Of The Jackson 5

    THE JACKSONS

    01. 1976: # 36 – The Jacksons
    02. 1977: # 63 – Goin’ Places
    03. 1978: # 11 – Destiny
    04. 1980: # 10 – Triumph
    05. 1981: # 30 – The Jacksons Live!
    06. 1984: # 4 – Victory
    07. 1989: # 59 – 2300 Jackson Street
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    Default The 50th Anniversary of ‘I Want You Back’

    October 7 marks the 50th anniversary of the release of the Jackson 5’s debut single “I Want You Back” on Motown Records. “I Want You Back” introduced the world to the Jackson 5, “and specifically their enormously talented lead singer Michael Jackson,” says Jack Hamilton, assistant professor of American studies and media studies at the University of Virginia and pop critic for Slate magazine.

    “I Want You Back” was written by the Corporation, a songwriting team including Deke Richards, Freddie Perren, Alphonso Mizell and Motown founder Berry Gordy. And even though the Jacksons were qualified musicians, Motown hired highly skilled studio musicians to record the song’s instrumental track, including the Jazz Crusaders’ Joe Sample and Wilton Felder.

    “This jewel was cut before the Jacksons got into the studio,” writer David Ritz says. “The Jacksons of course had to put the gleam on the jewel, but it is very much a producer-driven vehicle.”

    While the songwriting and instrumentation remain of the highest quality, the most attention-grabbing element of the recording is the bright rambunctious voice of a young Michael Jackson singing the lead. “Michael Jackson’s voice, for one, is pure, it’s pristine and it’s clear,” says Melissa A. Weber a.k.a. WWOZ’s DJ Soul Sister. But, “as bright as his vocal is, the lyric is a bit dark.”

    The lyrics detail the story of a male narrator who disregarded his lover and is now begging to have her back. “You’ve never heard a vocal quite like this before from a prepubescent child,” Hamilton says. “He really conveys this sense of desperation ... and all these things that you would not normally expect for an 11-year-old to be able to get across so effectively.”

    “I Want You Back” also marks the beginning of Motown’s operational transition from Detroit to Los Angeles. The Jackson 5 were one of the first Motown groups who recorded almost all their material in Los Angeles. “It really marked the end of the classic Detroit-era of Motown,” Hamilton says.

    “Not only did [“I Want You Back”] take off,” Ritz says, “it was like a rocket ship.” “I Want You Back” went to number one on the pop charts, as did the next three Jackson 5 single releases. “There was Jacksonmania back then, way before Michael struck out on his own as a solo star,” says Adam White, author of “Motown: The Sound of Young America.”

    Jackson’s alleged molestation of young boys, depicted pretty convincingly in the recent HBO documentary, “Leaving Neverland,” has led some people to stop listening to his songs altogether. But some of those same fans give “I Want You Back” and other early Jackson 5 recordings a pass, since Michael Jackson was himself a child when he recorded them.

    “I feel some discomfort listening to some of Michael Jackson’s music — particularly some of the music he made when he was older and more firmly in adulthood,” Hamilton says. “I don’t really have a problem listening to a song like ‘I Want You Back,’ partly because I love it so much but also because it’s probably one of the least complicated artifacts in Michael Jackson’s catalog.”

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    Default Re: The 50th Anniversary of ‘I Want You Back’

    Does anyone know if Rebbie, Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon, or Randy has ever had any plastic surgery done to their face? It doesn't look like it. Have they ever been asked? I'm guessing LaToya, Michael and Janet were the only ones.

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    THE BILLBOARD 100 SINGLES CHART (U.S.A)

    THE JACKSON 5

    01. 1969: # 1 – I Want You Back
    02. 1970: # 1 – ABC
    03. 1970: # 1 – The Love You Save
    04. 1970: # 1 – I’ll Be There
    05. 1970: # 2 – Mama’s Pearl
    06. 1971: # 2 – Never Can Say Goodbye
    07. 1971: # 20 – Maybe Tomorrow
    08. 1971: # 10 – Sugar Daddy
    09. 1972: # 13 – Little Bitty Pretty One
    10. 1972: # 16 – Lookin’ Through The Windows
    11. 1972: # 18 – Corner Of The Sky
    12. 1973: # 28 – Hallelujah Day
    13. 1973: # 28 – Get It Together
    14. 1974: # 2 – Dancing Machine
    15. 1974: # 38 – Whatever You Got, I Want
    16. 1974: # 15 – I Am Love
    17. 1975: # 60 – Forever Came Today

    THE JACKSONS

    01. 1976: # 6 – Enjoy Yourself
    02. 1977: # 28 – Show You The Way To Go
    03. 1977: # 52 – Goin’ Places
    04. 1978: # 54 – Blame It On The Boogie
    05. 1979: # 7 – Shake Your Body (Down To The Ground)
    06. 1980: # 12 – Lovely One
    07. 1980: # 22 – This Place Hotel
    08. 1981: # 77 – Can You Feel It
    09. 1981: # 73 – Walk Right Now
    10. 1984: # 3 – State Of Shock
    11. 1984: # 17 – Torture
    12. 1984: # 47 – Body
    13. 1987: # 77 – Nothin’ (That Compares 2 U)
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    Default Re: The 50th Anniversary of ‘I Want You Back’

    Quote Originally Posted by Elton-Cetera View Post
    Does anyone know if Rebbie, Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon, or Randy has ever had any plastic surgery done to their face? It doesn't look like it. Have they ever been asked? I'm guessing LaToya, Michael and Janet were the only ones.
    I think Marlon never had plastic surgery because his face looks the same. Jermaine definitely had surgery. The others I don´t really know.

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