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Album Review

The Jacksons' move to Epic regenerated their enthusiasm and spirit for several years. The Gamble & Huff team brought them fresh material and new production ideas, as well as better tracks and arrangements than they'd gotten in quite a while on Motown. This album got them R&B and pop hits and kept the family act in the spotlight for a little while longer.

Customer Reviews


Though this album doesn't match their early success, it showcases Michael's amazing voice and has some good songs (Music's Takin' Over is the best one in my opinion).

Great album!

jacksons constantly produce quality albums and although just starting to have their own written songs on this album (and 'the jacksons' album) it's still a great selection of songs! the best being 'music's takin over' 'goin places' 'different kind of lady' 'even though you're gone' 'jump for joy' 'man of war' and 'do you wanna' - basically the whole album - just excellent!!

Them vocals though...

Not a hit but still a nice album to have In any collection.


Formed: 1966 in Gary, IN

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s

Jackie (b. Sigmund Esco Jackson, 4 May 1951, Gary, Indiana, USA), Tito (b. Toriano Adaryll Jackson, 15 October 1953, Gary, Indiana, USA), Marlon (b. Marlon David Jackson, 12 March 1957, Gary, Indiana, USA), Michael (b. Michael Joseph Jackson, 29 August 1958, Gary, Indiana, USA) and Randy Jackson (b. Steven Randall Jackson, 29 October 1962, Gary, Indiana, USA) changed their collective name from the Jackson Five to the Jacksons in March 1976, following their departure from Motown Records. At the same...
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