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    ABC is perhaps the best studio album solo or J5 MJ was involved with. True love can be beautiful, don't know why I love you, la la means I love you are also very good besides the two well known hits. It just missed out on my top 10 MJ albums, sitting at nr 11

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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: # 99 – The 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
    14. 2003: # 105 - The Best Of Jackson 5: The Christmas Collection

    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

    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. 1985: # 1 – We Are The World
    14. 1987: # 77 – Nothin’ (That Compares 2 U)

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    Just a quick question: Where can I find the most accurate and complete list of 1977/1978 tour dates? Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScreenOrigami View Post
    Just a quick question: Where can I find the most accurate and complete list of 1977/1978 tour dates? Thank you.
    I've been wanting to know this too for some time. It appears they didn't do much concerts in those years given the lack of info. Perhaps fatigue from the extensive world tour from 73 till 76?

    April 10 '77 Uniondale New York at Nassau Veteran's Memorial Coliseum
    May 17 '77 London at King's Theatre
    May 24 '77 London at Hammersmith Odeon

    January 22, 1978 – first concert, place unknown
    February 24, 1978 – Port of Spain, Trinidad
    February 25, 1978 – Port of Spain, Trinidad
    February 26, 1978 – San Fernando, Trinidad
    March 3, 1978: Concert in Oakland, California
    May 13, 1978 Los Angeles, California, Dodger Stadium
    May 18, 1978: Concert in Nashville, Tennessee

    I'm very much hoping for footage to emerge from these years as this is when Michael started his peak vocally as an adult (imo) which lasted till the Victory tour. So far the only real live footage comes from the Musikladen TV performance and the Venezuela TV performances which are both ****ing incredible. No touring/concert footage is available till now.

    Looking at the 1978 dates I presume there must have been more dates in February, March and April at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JichaelMackson View Post
    I've been wanting to know this too for some time. It appears they didn't do much concerts in those years given the lack of info. Perhaps fatigue from the extensive world tour from 73 till 76?

    April 10 '77 Uniondale New York at Nassau Veteran's Memorial Coliseum
    May 17 '77 London at King's Theatre
    May 24 '77 London at Hammersmith Odeon

    January 22, 1978 – first concert, place unknown
    February 24, 1978 – Port of Spain, Trinidad
    February 25, 1978 – Port of Spain, Trinidad
    February 26, 1978 – San Fernando, Trinidad
    March 3, 1978: Concert in Oakland, California
    May 13, 1978 Los Angeles, California, Dodger Stadium
    May 18, 1978: Concert in Nashville, Tennessee

    I'm very much hoping for footage to emerge from these years as this is when Michael started his peak vocally as an adult (imo) which lasted till the Victory tour. So far the only real live footage comes from the Musikladen TV performance and the Venezuela TV performances which are both ****ing incredible. No touring/concert footage is available till now.

    Looking at the 1978 dates I presume there must have been more dates in February, March and April at least.
    Thank you. Yes, all the other tours seem to be quite well documented, but 77/78 is all over the place, as far as information goes. I’ve been reading some old newspaper articles and they mentioned Venezuela, Europe, and the USA, but without any details.

    I agree that these years are very interesting regarding the development of MJ’s adult voice, and I’d really like to hear more.

    Right now, I’m just trying to string those concert dates together. There must be more than a handful.
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    So, on the official Jacksons websites, it says:

    “The brothers spend the majority of 1977 & 1978 on the road touring Europe and the US, as well as filming their variety series.”

    https://www.thejacksons.com/history/...ksons-1977-78/

    The majority. There has to be more information out there. Has none of their millions of fans maintained a complete tour archive?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ScreenOrigami View Post
    So, on the official Jacksons websites, it says:

    “The brothers spend the majority of 1977 & 1978 on the road touring Europe and the US, as well as filming their variety series.”

    https://www.thejacksons.com/history/...ksons-1977-78/

    The majority. There has to be more information out there. Has none of their millions of fans maintained a complete tour archive?
    Some fans must have close(er) contact with one of the brothers, they only need to ask :-D

    I wouldn't be totally surprised though that the majority of time went in rehearsing/filming the variety show and the touring is most probably touring Europe to appear in tv shows like Musikladen and Top Of The Pops. My main gripe with these tv shows is that performances were usually mimed (by all artists btw).
    But I'm sure quite a bit actually concert dates are missing too. Michael performed "got to be there" and "never can say goodbye" during those known dates, I'm dying to hear adult Michael singing those songs, he also did "find me a girl" during 1978.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JichaelMackson View Post
    My main gripe with these tv shows is that performances were usually mimed (by all artists btw).
    They're TV shows, not concerts. Why would you expect live singing/playing? Their main purpose was to promote the acts latest single. These shows generally had low budgets and it was cheaper and faster to have lip-syncing. A solo singer didn't have to pay a band or background singers, they could appear on the show by themselves. Without these kind of music programs many artists would not have video footage at all, especially acts considered to be "one hit wonders". Acts with one hit were not likely to have concerts filmed. They might not have performed concerts at all and are just a studio group. Disco songs often had large string sections who would not fit on a show like American Bandstand or Soul Train. It would also be too expensive to have a large band just to perform 1 or 2 songs for a TV show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JichaelMackson View Post
    Some fans must have close(er) contact with one of the brothers, they only need to ask :-D

    I wouldn't be totally surprised though that the majority of time went in rehearsing/filming the variety show and the touring is most probably touring Europe to appear in tv shows like Musikladen and Top Of The Pops. My main gripe with these tv shows is that performances were usually mimed (by all artists btw).
    But I'm sure quite a bit actually concert dates are missing too. Michael performed "got to be there" and "never can say goodbye" during those known dates, I'm dying to hear adult Michael singing those songs, he also did "find me a girl" during 1978.
    Well, one piece of the puzzle is MJ’s lung collapse on July 4th 1977. After that they had to reportedly cancel a number of shows, and after he had recovered, he was busy filming The Wiz. So, there’s that. But the spring tour in Europe did happen. MJ talks about it in interviews from the time, but only generally. I can’t find out the actual dates and places.
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    This is just amazing.

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