Motown publish The Jackson 5’s debut album : ‘Diana Ross Presents the Jackson 5’ featuring ‘I Want You Back’ (1969)

Diana Ross Presents the The Jackson 5′ is the debut album of The Jackson 5 featuring Michael Jackson as lead singer, released on December 18, 1969 by Motown.

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Motown publish The Jackson 5’s debut album : ‘Diana Ross Presents the Jackson 5’ featuring ‘I Want You Back’ (1969)

Track Listing : 1.Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (Ray Gilbert, Allie Wrubel) – 03:18 . 2.Nobody (The Corporation) – 02:54 . 3.I Want You Back (The Corporation) – 03:04 . 4.Can You Remember (Thom Bell, William Hart) – 03:10 . 5.Standing In The Shadows Of Love (Holland-Dozier-Holland) – 04:06 . 6.You’Ve Changed (Gordon Keith) – 03:16 . 7.My Cherie Amour (Stevie Wonder, Sylvia Moy, Hank Cosby) – 03:44 . 8.Who’S Lovin’ You (Smokey Robinson) – 04:06 . 9.Chained (Frank Wilson) – 02:54 . 10.(I Know) I’M Losing You (Norman Whitfield, Eddie Holland) – 02:16 . 11.Stand! (Sylvester Stewart) – 02:30 . 12.Born To Love You (Ivy Jo Hunter, William Mickey Stevenson) – 02:38

Musicians : The Jackson 5 – Group . Michael Jackson – Vocals . Jermaine Jackson – Vocals . Jackie Jackson – Vocals . Tito Jackson – Vocals . Marlon Jackson – Vocals

Production : Produced By The Corporation, Bobby Taylor

Recorded In May – August 1969.

Released On December 18, 1969 By Motown.

Package : Curtis McNair – Art Direction . Ken Kim – Design . Diana Ross – Liner Notes . Jim Hendin – Photography . George Rodriquez – Photography

(Source Diana Ross Presents The Jackson 5 | The Jackson 5 Website – Michael, Jackie, Tito, Marlon et Jermaine …)

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Rolling Stone
Given any kind of decent material at all, the Jackson Five should be able to give up many years of good, tight music. Who’s this “Diana Ross” anyway? […]

Austin Chronicle
As one of the greatest singles ever, “I Want You Back” can’t help dominating the brothers’ debut, but the Meters-style rhythm of “Nobody” and the Philly soul of “Can You Remember” flesh things out nicely. […]

stereobread @ RateYourMusic
How on earth was Motown able to make a pop album by a bunch of little kids so good? Or perhaps the question should be if these kids could do it then why aren’t there more kiddie pop albums this good? […]

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Motown publish The Jackson 5’s debut album : ‘Diana Ross Presents the Jackson 5’ featuring ‘I Want You Back’ (1969)

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