Motown Records, 1972

1. That's How Love Goes
2. I'm In A Different World
3. Homeward Bound
4. Take Me In Your Arms
5. I Only Have Eyes For You
6. I Let Love Pass Me By
7. Live It Up
8. If You Were My Woman
9. Ain't That Peculiar
10. Daddy's Home

Jermaine’s very first solo album for Motown Records was released in July 1972 and was simply called Jermaine. For the album Jermaine worked with the same producers that were also behind the success of the Jackson 5, like Hal Davis, Jerry Marcellino and Mel Larson, Johnny Bristol and The CorporationTM. Most songs on the album were covers of hits created by other artists in the sixties. 

On 14 October 1972, the album Jermaine peaked at #6 on Billboard's R&B Charts. 

Two singles were released from the album. The first single was also the opening track of the album, "That’s How Love Goes" , a song produced by Johnny Bristol, who’d also produced songs for Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight and The Pips, and The Supremes. On the B-side of the single was a song that was not released on the album, called "I Lost My Love In The Big City". On 11 November 1972, "That's How Long Goes" peaked at #11 on Billboard's Hot 100 Charts and at #23 on the R&B Charts. 

The second single was a cover of Shep and the Limelites 1961 hit "Daddy’s Home". Jermaine’s version, produced by The CorporationTM, peaked at #3 in the Billboard R&B Charts on 24 February 1973 and at #9 in Billboard's Hot 100 on 17 March 1973.  

Credit goes to Maarten Mulder for the discography information.


That's How Love Goes 
I Lost My Love In The Big City
Motown, 1972
Daddy's Home 
Take Me in Your Arms
Motown, 1972