Who's Lovin' You by Jackson 5. Mama's Pearl by Jackson 5. Maybe Tomorrow by Jackson 5. Sugar Daddy by Jackson 5. Little Bitty Pretty One by Jackson 5. Lookin' Through the Windows by Jackson 5. The Corner of the Sky by Jackson 5. Doctor My Eyes by Jackson 5. Hallelujah Day by Jackson 5. Get It Together by Jackson 5.
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Thank you for registering! Click the link to confirm your email address. Please check your spam folder for the email, if it does not arrive, click this link When the performance was over, everyone knew they had just witnessed something very special; something just short of a miracle, and as close as you can come to a phenomenon. Inspired by the view of a Vietnam veteran about love in the face of conflict. Thank you for signing up! The songs are in the memory banks of millions more, and they continue to be played on radio, television and online in every corner of the globe. The brothers themselves still perform many of these hits in concert, while dozens of next-generation stars have featured them — and still do — in such TV talent and music shows as American Idol , Pop Idol , The Voice and Glee. The excitement was palpable.
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The Jackson 5 is an American music group, which began forming around by the Jackson family brothers Jackie , Jermaine , Marlon , Michael and Tito. In , the quintet's first singles were recorded in Chicago and released by Steeltown Records , which was located in their hometown of Gary, Indiana. The success of the Jackson 5 continued throughout the early s, as "Jackson mania" emerged due to the fan frenzy caused by American teens.
There was really something about Michael Jackson. He was so likable. You rooted for him, were happy for him. Jackson was the most sensational performer — the full package — of his era. From his voice to his image to his dancing, it was so easy to get swept up in his High Pop Art. Off the Wall , his first adult solo album, showed off an extraordinary young man with astonishing moves, and Thriller , well, Thriller was about something more than marketing; it was the work of a pop auteur of unparalleled gifts, as both a composer and importantly a celebrity as well. Then things got weird.