Michael Jackson Plus The Jackson 5 - 18 Greatest Hits album download
|A1||–Michael Jackson||One Day In Your Life||4:11|
|A2||–The Jackson 5||Lookin' Through The Windows||3:36|
|A3||–Michael Jackson||Got To Be There||3:22|
|A4||–The Jackson 5||Doctor My Eyes||3:11|
|A6||–The Jackson 5||ABC||2:57|
|A7||–Michael Jackson||We're Almost There||3:40|
|A8||–The Jackson 5||Skywriter||3:08|
|A9||–Michael Jackson||Rockin' Robin||2:31|
|B2||–Michael Jackson||Ain't No Sunshine||3:53|
|B3||–The Jackson 5||I'll Be There||3:57|
|B4||–The Jackson 5||I Want You Back||2:58|
|B5||–The Jackson 5||The Love You Save||3:02|
|B6||–Michael Jackson||We've Got A Good Thing Going||3:00|
|B7||–The Jackson 5||Mama's Pearl||3:11|
|B8||–The Jackson 5||Never Can Say Goodbye||2:57|
|B9||–The Jackson 5||Hallelujah Day||2:46|
- Copyright (c) – Motown Record Corporation
- Marketed By – PolyGram TV Merchandising Division
- Arranged By – Eddy Manson (tracks: B2), Gene Page (tracks: B1, B8, B9), James Carmichael* (tracks: A2, A4, A7 to A9), Jerry Marcellino (tracks: A8), Mel Larson (tracks: A8)
- Compiled By [Original Compilation By] – Gordon Frewin
- Producer – Fonce Mizell (tracks: B9), Jerry Marcellino (tracks: A8, A9), Mel Larson (tracks: A8, A9), The Corporation (tracks: A5, B2)
- Producer, Written-By – Hal Davis (tracks: A2 to A4, B1, B3, B8)
- Producer, Written-By, Arranged By – Freddie Perren (tracks: B9), Sam Brown III (tracks: A1), The Corporation (tracks: A6, B4 to B7)
- Written-By – Berry Gordy Jr.* (tracks: B3), Bill Withers (tracks: B2), Brian Holland (tracks: A7), Christine Yarian (tracks: B9), Clifton Davis (tracks: A2, B8), Don Black (tracks: A5), Eddie Holland* (tracks: A7), Elliot Willensky (tracks: A3), Hal Davis (tracks: B3), Jackson Browne (tracks: A4), Jerry Marcellino (tracks: A8), Jimmie Thomas (tracks: B1), Mel Larson (tracks: A8), Michel Legrand (tracks: B1), Renee Armand* (tracks: A1), William "Smokey" Robinson* (tracks: B1), Walter Scharf (tracks: A5), Willie Hutch (tracks: B3)
- Written-By, Arranged By – Bob West (tracks: B3)
NotesOriginal compilation by Gordon Frewin
Compiled & mastered at Abbey Road Studio's, St John's Wood, London NW8
All songs published by JobeteMusic except Atlantic/Open Window Music (BMI); Recordo Music (ASCAP); Interior Music (BMI).
(P) Motown Record Company LP, Compilation (P) 1983 Motown Record Company LP
(C) 1988 Motown Record Company LP, 70 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, California 91608
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: MFL-1
- Label Code: MJML 1
|STAR 2232||Michael Jackson Plus The Jackson 5||Michael Jackson Plus The Jackson 5 - 18 Greatest Hits (LP, Comp)||Telstar||STAR 2232||UK||1983|
|MFL 1||Michael Jackson Plus The Jackson 5||Michael Jackson Plus The Jackson 5 - Greatest Hits (LP, Comp)||Motown||MFL 1||New Zealand||Unknown|
|WL72629||Michael Jackson + The Jackson 5||Michael Jackson + The Jackson 5 - 18 Greatest Hits (LP, Comp, RE)||Motown||WL72629||Europe||1988|
|ZK 72158||Michael Jackson Plus The Jackson 5||Michael Jackson Plus The Jackson 5 - 18 Greatest Hits (Cass, Comp)||Motown||ZK 72158||France & Benelux||1983|
|LSMTW 71050, ZL72158, CAMTW 9350||Michael Jackson + The Jackson 5||Michael Jackson + The Jackson 5 - 18 Greatest Hits (LP, Comp)||Jugoton, Motown, Motown, Motown||LSMTW 71050, ZL72158, CAMTW 9350||Yugoslavia||1983|
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Greatest Hits is the first greatest hits compilation for the Jackson 5 released by Motown Records in late 1971, and selling over . million copies worldwide. The Top 10 hit single "Sugar Daddy" is included as a new track alongside J5 hits such as "I Want You Back" and "I'll Be There". Side One. "I Want You Back". Never Can Say Goodbye".
Compilation ℗ 1983 Motown Record Corporation. Track 18 lists an incorrect runtime of 3:10 on sleeve. Correct duration has been listed.
Michael Jackson performs in concert circa 1986. A look back at the music that made Michael Jackson the undisputed King of Pop. In a career that spanned almost all 50 years of his life, Michael Jackson became a mainstay on the Billboard charts. It was his dominance on the weekly Billboard Hot 100, however, that entered him into the record books: As a solo artist, 13 of his singles went to No. 1 - the most by a male artist - and an additional four songs by the Jackson 5 also topped the chart. The song, which also appeared on the Jackson 5's 1973 album Skywriter, hit No. 18 on the Hot 100 and No. 9 on Billboard's R&B songs chart. It was included as a new track on the group's 1971 Greatest Hits album. 36. "In The Closet" Michael Jackson.
You could hardly get hotter than Michael Jackson in the summer of 1983. Thriller was an almost permanent fixture in the Top 10, Off the Wall was also hovering somewhere in the charts every week, and he had even charted with a storybook telling of the tale of . At the time, Telstar released the album on vinyl and cassette only, CD being too new a format for a specialist company, although it did receive a belated release on CD, back on the Tamla Motown label itself several years later.
The Best of Michael Jackson & The Jackson 5ive (with The Jackson 5). Released: 1997. - - 50 Best Songs – The Motown Years: Michael Jackson & The Jackson 5 (Les 50 plus belles chansons). "6. Michael Jackson's album 'Xscape' sold . million copies worldwide after it was released in 2014 - The top 10 global recording artists of 2014 - Pictures - Pics - Daily Express". Records, Epic (September 9, 2014). Michael jackson's "Xscape" goes gold!". ^ "1997 French Diamond certifications (DVDs)" (in French).
Michael Jackson vocally as a Kid was out of this world and nobody since has matched that range and depth that MJ had as a Kid. the songs still hit home and beyond. household songs that just stay with you always. much Props always to Da Kang of Pop.