THIRD ALBUM / MAYBE TOMORROW (tie)
DIANA ROSS PRESENTS THE JACKSON 5
LOOKING THROUGH THE WINDOWS
JOYFUL JUKEBOX MUSIC
COME AND GET IT
GET IT TOGETHER
I WANT YOU BACK: UNRELEASED MASTERS
I agree with you completely. You can add YOUTUBE MUSIC to that list which is what Google Play changed into. You can upload your own songs into the streaming service. I have done that with numerous MJ and J5 songs that are not available on streaming including all available unreleased tracks as...
That is correct. He produced most of the first album which included "Who's Loving You". He was fired from working with the group in February 1970 during the session for "Man's Temptation", "A Fool For You" and "Money Honey" which he did not even get to finish. Berry thought he was trying to take...
Exactly!!! Plus he produced the first J5 album. Also, he was the music director for either the first season or second season of the JACKSONS Variety Show in 1976 and 1977. Sam Brown III was the director for the other season. Sam also was the producer of the songs "One Day In Your Life" and...
No. Those were done at a later date.
Some of the known Bobby Taylor 1975 demos include:
"People Got To Be Free" which is a cover of the Rascals 1969 hit
"Piece of The Pie"
"Rock In A Hard Place"
I think I was incorrect in the year. I believe they were actually early 1976 demos, not 1975
No, not at all. I just prefer some album songs over well known singles on most albums. I think because the hits are always played I get burned out on some of them. I am personally more into MJ during the years of 1972-1982 so the MOTOWN era is my absolute favorite and there is so much to explore...
After they officially left Motown and were signed to CBS it took some time before Gamble and Huff were assigned to them. In that time the group recorded some demos with Bobby Taylor to try and find out what their new sound was going to be and maybe who to get them placed with at the label. I...
1969-DIANA ROSS PRESENTS: Nobody, Chained & You’ve Changed
1970-ABC: True Love Can Be Beautiful, I’ll Bet You & 2-4-6-8
1970-THIRD ALBUM: Oh How Happy, Can I See You In The Morning, Ready Or Not (Here I Come)
1970-CHRISTMAS ALBUM: Give Love On Christmas Day, Up On The Housetop, I Saw Mommy...
-The rest of the 150 or so unreleased J5 recordings in the Motown Vault including the sessions with Stevie Wonder where "Buttercup" came from.
-The 1975 demos with Bobby Taylor
-The actual "This Is It" from the TRIUMPH sessions - Not the same as "I Never Heard"
There are reasons these tracks were placed on the album. They would never have been placed there if the "Estate" did not want them on there. This is really a non-issue that is being kept alive by the fan community. It is all part of a bigger picture that will be revealed in time. It is such a...
For me personally, the music he recorded during his years at Motown is the most important to me. I will always love his adult music but if I had a choice I would take his Motown masters over Epic. I've done exhaustive research on these years and these sessions and producers. I'm not talking as...
I do clearly remember seeing IN THE BACK in the press release that came out I think on April 2nd 1997 when this project was first announced and on the official Epic website at that time. It was shown as track 3. I remember being confused when I got the actual CD on May 20th and seeing a...
I just donated to the address he provided. I received a message saying that I have sent a donation to BRYAN HUDSON at firstname.lastname@example.org. WTH?
Maybe this is a scam as a previous message had suggested.
In the movie THIS IS IT, the footage from the last actual rehearsal on June 24th are the shots where MJ is wearing that black jacket and baggy pants ("Thriller" and "Earth Song"). This comes directly from Orianthi. My friend got to go backstage at her free show at the Palms in Las Vegas tonight...