The 4th child of the Jackson Family Dynasty, the World's Most Popular Music Family and Pop Royalty.

A FAMILY DYNASTY, THE WORLD'S MOST POPULAR MUSIC FAMILY AND POP ROYALTY


Considered "one of the biggest phenomenons in pop music during the early 1970s. The Jackson 5's combination of extraordinary musical talent and choreography has earned the family the status of pop royalty in the music world and was later responsible for providing the launching pad for the solo careers of Michael Jackson and Jermaine Jackson.


With the songs "I Want You Back", "ABC", "The Love You Save" and "I'll Be There", the Jackson 5 made history in 1970 as the first recording act whose first four singles reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. All four singles were almost as popular in other countries as it was in the United States. “I’ll Be There” remains the best selling single in Motown history.

Releasing a succession of four albums in one year, the Jackson 5 had replaced The Supremes as Motown's best-selling group. They continued their success with singles such as "Mama's Pearl", "Never Can Say Goodbye" and "Sugar Daddy", giving them a total of seven top ten singles within a two-year period.


Classic #1 hits such as “ABC,” “I Found That Girl,” “I Want You Back,” and “I’ll Be There,” catapulted the group to superstardom. With nine #1 hits and 14 Top 10 hits, the group has certainly left it mark on the charts. These timeless tracks remain every bit as infectious, incomparable, and iconic today as when they were first released. 


Not only did the Jackson 5 become the first group ever to have their first four singles hit #1 on the Billboard Charts, which brought them international notoriety. The Jackson 5 were formally inducted into the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame in 1997 and were the youngest group ever to receive that honor. The brothers were inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 1999 as The Jackson 5. Listed among The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's "500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll" are two of the group’s songs ("ABC" and "I Want You Back") with “I Want You Back” also included in the Grammy Hall of Fame.


Adored by millions of fans the world over, the Jackson brothers forever changed the landscape of popular music. The Jacksons’ unique brand of soulful pop-funk, their lengthy catalogue of hits, and their impeccable live performances have made them one of the most beloved musical acts of all time. Idols unlike any other in music history, the Jacksons redefined, reinvented, and reinvigorated popular music as we know it. Their timeless tracks remain every bit as infectious, incomparable, and iconic today as when they were first released.


The Jacksons signature sun-drenched harmonies, energetic stage presence, and roster of smash hits have left an indelible mark on popular music: the name ‘The Jacksons’ is known around the world, and they remain the biggest-selling family in music of all time.

JACKIE

TITO

JERMAINE

MARLON

MICHAEL

RANDY

Diana Ross Presents...

Motown Records, 1969

Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
Nobody
I Want You Back
Can You Remember
Standing In The Shadows Of Love
You've Changed
My Cherie Amour
Who's Lovin'' You
Chained
(I Know) I'm Losing You
Stand
Born To Love You


ABC

Motown Records, 1970

The Love You Save
One More Chance
ABC
2-4-6-8
(Come 'Round Here) I'm The One You Need
Don't Know Why I Love You
Never Had A Dream Come True
True Love Can Be Beautiful
La-La Means I Love You
I'll Bet You
I Found That Girl
The Young Folks

 

Third Album

Motown Records, 1970

I'll Be There
Ready Or Not Here I Come (Can't Hide From Love)
Oh How Happy
Bridge Over Troubled Water
Can I See You In The Morning
Goin' Back To Indiana
How Funky Is Your Chicken
Mama's Pearl
Reach In
The Love I Saw In You Was Just A Mirage
Darling Dear 

 

Christmas Album

Motown Records, 1970

Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
The Christmas Song
Up On The Housetop
Frosty The Snowman
The Little Drummer Boy
Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer
Christmas Won't Be The Same This Year
Give Love On Christmas Day
Somebody At Christmas
I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus


Maybe Tomorrow

Motown Records, 1971

Maybe Tomorrow
She's Good
Never Can Say Goodbye
The Wall
Petals
Sixteen Candles
(We've Got) Blue Skies
My Little Baby
It's Great To Be Here
Honey Chile
I Will Find A Way

 

Goin' Back To Indiana

Motown Records, 1971

I Want You Back
Maybe Tomorrow
The Day Basketball Was Saved
Stand
I Want To Take You Higher
Feelin' Alright
Medley: Walk On / The Love You Save
Goin' Back To Indiana 

Lookin' Through...

Motown Records, 1972

Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing
Lookin' Through The Windows
Don't Let Your Baby Catch You
To Know
Doctor My Eyes
Little Bitty Pretty One
E-Ne-Me-Ne-Mi-Ne-Moe
If I Have To Move A Mountain
Don't Want To See Tomorrow
Children Of The Light
I Can Only Give You Love


Skywriter

Motown Records, 1972

Skywriter
Hallelujah Day
The Boogie Man
Touch
Corner Of The Sky
I Can't Quit Your Love
Uppermost
World Of Sunshine
Ooh, I'd Love To Be With You
You Made Me What I Am

 

Moving Violation

Motown Records, 1975

Forever Came Today
Moving Violation
(You Were Made) Especially For Me
Honey Love
Body Language (Do The Love Dance)
All I Do Is Think Of You
Breezy
Call Of The Wild
Time Explosion

 

Joyful Jukebox Music

Motown Records, 1976

Joyful Jukebox Music
Window Shopping
You're My Best Friend, My Love
Love Is The Thing You Need
The Eternal Light
Pride And Joy
Through Thick And Thin
We're Here To Entertain You
Make Tonight All Mine
We're Gonna Change Our Style


Boogie

Motown Records, 1979

Love's Gone Bad
I Ain't Gonna Eat My Heart Out Anymore
ABC
I Was Made To Love Her
One Day I'll Mary You
Never Can Say Goodbye
Oh, I've Been Blessed
Penny Arcade
Just Because I Love You
Dancing Machine

 

Victory

Epic Records, 1984

Torture
Wait
One More Chance
Be Not Always
State Of Shock (Duet With Mick Jagger)
We Can Change The World
The Hurt
Body


2300 Jackson Street

CBS Records, 1989

Art Of Madness
Nothin (That Compares 2 U)
Maria
Private Affair
2300 Jackson Street
Harley
She
Alright With Me
Play It Up
Midnight Rendezvous
If You'd Only Believe 


Unreleased Masters

Motown Records, 2009

Medley: I Want You Back/ABC/The Love You Save
That's How Love Is (Single Version)
Listen I'll Tell You How
Man's Temptation
Never Can Say Goodbye (Alternate Version)
Love Comes In Different Flavors
ABC (Alternate Version)
Love Call
Buttercup
Lucky Day
I’ll Try You’ll Try (Maybe We’ll All Get By)
Dancing Machine (Alternate Version)


Live At The Forum

Universal Music Group, 2010

Live at The Forum 1970
Introduction
I Want You Back
Feelin' Alright
Who's Lovin'' You
Walk On
Don't Know Why I Love You
Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
ABC
Intro / It's Your Thing
I Found That Girl
There Was A Time
Intro / Thank You Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin
The Love You Save
Mama's Pearl

 

Live at the Forum 1972
Brand New Thing
Medley: I Want You Back/ABC/Mama's Pearl
Sugar Daddy
I'll Be There
Introduction By Michael
Goin' Back To Indiana/Brand New Thing/Going Back To Indiana
Bridge Over Troubled Water
I Found That Girl
I'm So Happy
Lookin' Through The Windows
Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing
Introduction By Jackie
Ben
Rockin' Robin
Got To Be There
You've Got A Friend
Ain't No Sunshine
I Wanna Be Where You Are
Introduction By Jermaine
That's How Love Goes
Never Can Say Goodbye
Walk On
The Love You Save
Intro/I Wanna Be Where You Are (from "Save The Children")

 

 

Greatest Hits

Motown Records, 1971

I Want You Back
ABC
Never Can Say Goodbye
Sugar Daddy
I'll Be There
Maybe Tomorrow
The Love You Save
Who's Loving You
Mama's Pearl
Goin' Back To Indiana
I Found That Girl


Anthology

Motown Records, 1976

I Want You Back
ABC
Don't Know Why I Love
I'll Be There
Got To Be There (Michael Jackson)
Mama''s Pearl
Forever Came Today
Body Language
I Am Love
I Found That Girl
The Love You Save
Goin' Back To Indiana
Never Can Say Goodbye
Sugar Daddy (Jermaine Jackson)
Maybe Tomorrow
Get It Together
Dancing Machine
Whatever You Got I Want
We're Almost There (Michael Jackson)
Just A Little Bit Of You (Michael Jackson)
All I Do Is Think Of You
Rockin' Robin (Michael Jackson)
I Wanna Be Where You Are (Michael Jackson)
Ben (Michael Jackson)
That's How Love Goes (Jermaine Jackson)
Love Don't Want To Leave (Jackie Jackson)
Daddy''s Home (Jermaine Jackson)
Lookin' Through The Windows
Little Bitty Pretty One
Corner Of The Sky
Skywriter
Hallelujah Day
The Boogie Man

The Rare Pearls

Motown Records, 2012

(We'Re The) Music Makers
If The Shoe Don't Fit
Come And Get It (Love's On The Fire)
I Got A Sure Thing
After You Leave Girl
Mama Told Me Not To Come
Iddint
Since I Lost My Baby
Keep An Eye
Movin'
Feelin' Alright (Studio Version)
You Better Watch Out
I'm Your Sunny One (He's My Sunny Boy)
Someone's Standing In My Love Light

If You Want Heaven
You Can't Hurry Love
Keep Off The Grass
Going My Way
Makin' Life A Little Easier For You
Up On The Roof
If I Can't Nobody Can
Our Love
I Can't Get Enough Of You
Cupid
Let's Go Back To Day One
Would Ya Would Ya Baby
Love Trip
Label Me Love
Jumbo Sam
That'd How Love Is (Original Complete Version)
If I Have To Move A Mountain (Original Complete Version)
Mama'S Pearl (Demo)

 

 

GREATEST HITS+BOX SET albums

The Jackson 5 

Many compilation and greatest hits albums have been released, including others ttled "Anthology" . 

Soulsation!

Motown Records, 1995

4-CD box set feauturing music performed by The Jackson 5 throughout their tenure in Motown . Disc 4 features rare and unreleased songs, including Jermaine Jackson's previously unreleased track "I Need You".


Can't Get Ready for Losing You, recorded August 1972, Skywriter recording sessions
You Ain't Giving Me What I Want (So I'm Taking It All Back), recorded January 8, 1970, ABC recording sessions
Reach Out I'll Be There, Recorded July 1969, Diana Ross Presents The Jackson 5 recording sessions
I'm Glad It Rained, recorded August 1972, Music & Me recording sessions
A Fool for You, recorded February 12, 1970, ABC recording sessions
It's Your Thing, recorded August 7, 1969, Diana Ross Presents The Jackson 5 recording sessions
Everybody Is a Star, recorded May 1970, Third Album recording sessions
I Need You (Jermaine Jackson), recorded January 1973, during Come Into My Life recording sessions
Ooh, I'd Love to Be with You*, recorded November 1972, Skywriter recording sessions
Just a Little Misunderstanding, recorded August 1970, Third Album recording sessions
Jamie, recorded August 1970, Third Album recording sessions
Ask the Lonely, recorded April 1970, Third Album recording sessions
We Can Have Fun, recorded February 11, 1970, ABC recording sessions
I Hear a Symphony, recorded January 1970, ABC recording sessions
Let's Have a Party, recorded August 1972, Skywriter recording sessions
Love Scenes, recorded August 1972, Skywriter recording sessions
LuLu,  recorded November 1971, Got To Be There recording sessions
Money Honey, recorded February 14, 1970, ABC recording sessions
Coming Home, recorded November 1971, Lookin' Through The Windows recording sessions

* Track 9 was originally supposed to be the track You're The Only One (as it says on the back cover art), but was replaced at the last minute.

Copyright © All rights reserved.