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Jacksons2300 Jackson Street ... LP
Epic, 1989. Very Good ... $1.99
LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the lyric sleeve.)

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JacksonsGoin' Places ... LP
Philadelphia International, 1977. Good+ Gatefold ... $2.99
The second collaboration between the Jacksons and the Gamble & Huff production team for Philly International – and a nice little sleeper that we like more and more over the years! Like the preceding album from the team, the pairing's a great one – and the Jacksons' pop soul harmonies match up very nicely with the full, rich sound of the Philly groove! Titles include "Music's Takin' Over", "Goin' Places", "Different Kind Of Lady", "Even Though You're Gone", "Jump For Joy", "Heaven Knows I Love You, Girl", "Man Of War", "Do What You Wanna", and "Find Me A Girl". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has wear & aging.)

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✨✧ JacksonsDestiny ... LP
Epic, 1978. Used Gatefold ... Out Of Stock
A heavy groove and a heady title that points the way towards Michael Jackson's soon-to-be legendary solo career – all served up in a batch of tracks that resonate nicely with the Off The Wall groove! The sound here really isn't disco or club, but it's a nicely upbeat groove that shows The Jacksons at the top of their game – tightly stepping and often highly rhythmic – and striking a great balance between strong lead vocals and some of the sweeter harmonies that got them going in the past. Titles include the sublime groovers "Blame It On The Boogie" and "Shake Your Body (Down To The Ground)", plus great sleepers like "All Night Dancin", "Bless His Soul", "Things I Do For You" and "That's What You Get For Being Polite". LP, Vinyl record album
(Includes the lyric sleeve.)
 
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DreamboyDreamboy ... LP
Qwest, 1983. Sealed ... $1.99
Jaunty pop soul from Dreamboy – a group who almost seem to be going for Jacksons-like crossover appeal on this early 80s "mini album"! (What ever happened to that format anyway? Seemed to pop up a bit in 1983, then quickly disappeared.) The upbeat tunes are chunky/funky in a bottom-bass way – almost an echo of Rick James, and some of the more commercial soul over at Motown – but the ballads are a bit gentler, and showcase a warmer harmony side of the group that we'd like to hear more of. 6 titles in all – including "Don't Go", "Let's Go Out", "Slow Down", "Walk The Streets", "Get Off", and "I Want To Know Your Name". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has a cutout notch.)

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Bill WolferWolf ... LP
Constellation, 1982. Very Good- ... $3.99
A rare set of blue-eyed soul from the early 80s – recorded by Bill Wolfer, singer and keyboardist who'd worked heavily with Stevie Wonder in the late 70s, and also a bit with the Jacksons in the early 80s. Wolfer's one of the only white artists to record for the mega-hit Solar label in LA – and this album has a great sound that's somewhere between the work of other Solar artists, and the work that Stevie Wonder was doing at the end of the 70s. Titles include "Call Me", "So Shy", "Papa Was A Rolling Stone", "Nobody Knows", "Soaring", "Wake Up", "Pop Quiz", and "Camouflage". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has wear, with some stains on the back.)

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✨✧ Jackson 5Goin' Back To Indiana ... LP
Motown, 1971. Used Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
Not as huge as some of the Jacksons' other early 70s albums – but still pretty darn great! The original soundtrack to the group's TV special – and it's got some excellent numbers, plus a few odd tracks that are very nice. Bill Cosby, Rosey Grier, and Tommy Smothers all make a bit of a guest appearance on the record – and it also includes hits like the tune "Goin Back To Indiana", plus versions of "I Want To Take You Higher", "Feelin' Alright", "The Love You Save", and "Stand". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some wear and aging.)

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✨✧ Jackson 5Jackson 5 Greatest Hits ... LP
Motown, 1971. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A testament as to how many hits the Jacksons produced in a short amount of time – this Greatest Hits was compiled only three years after the group's first record was released. It contains all the goodies you'd ever want by them, from arguably their best years. This excellent single LP contains cuts like "I Want You Back", "ABC", "The Love You Save", "Mama's Pearl", "Goin Back To Indiana", "Maybe Tomorrow", and "I Found That Girl". Beautiful stuff, never to be equalled. Michael, what happened? LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing in the embossed cover, with slight waviness on the front panel.)

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✨✧ Jackson 5Maybe Tomorrow ... LP
Motown, 1971. Used Gatefold ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
A great early album by the Jacksons – with a monster batch of cuts arranged by Gene Page and The Corporation, all put together with a soulful groove that the group definitely lost on later albums! The highlight is the funky "It's Great To Be Here" – an excellent lesser-known track that's gone onto a whole second level of fame in the breakbeat/crate digging generation! But other tracks are all pretty great too – with loads of killer compositions by The Corporation – titles that include their hit cover of "Never Can Say Goodbye", plus "Honey Chile", "I Will Find A Way", "Petals", "The Wall", and "She's Good". LP, Vinyl record album
(Original pressing. Cover has some wear, a cutout notch with a small piece missing from the corner, and staining and wrinkling inside the gatefold.)

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✨✧ Jackson 5Moving Violation ... LP
Motown, 1975. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The cover's a bit gimmicky, but the album's a stone classic – a wicked later Motown moment from the Jackson 5 – and one that has them working with the super-grooving team of Holland-Dozier-Holland! Brian Holland handles production work for the team, and although his touches only appear on about half the record, he really helps the Jacksons hit that wickedly righteous groove that was the trademark HDH sound over that the Invictus label – a bassy, bottom-heavy Detroit sound with just a bit of psychedelic funk as well! Additional production is by Mel Larson & Jerry Marcellino – and titles include "Forever Came Today", "Moving Violation", "You Were Made Especially For Me", "Honey Love", "Body Language", "All I Do Is Think Of You", and "Breezy". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has edge wear and some creases.)

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✨✧ Jackson 5Skywriter ... LP
Motown, 1973. Used ... Temporarily Out Of Stock
The Jackson 5, soaring to the skies – and writing their mighty Motown message with even more dynamic energy than before! The album has the group really stretching their wings – moving into some greatly grooving territory that hints at the dancefloor direction they'd take even more strongly later in the 70s – mixed with some heavier grooves that are perfect for the maturing tones of the young ensemble. There's less hits here than on some of the other Jacksons album for Motown, but that's also one of the things that makes the record great – a bit more range, some added sophistication, and a new ability to interpret tunes with a deeper emotional strata. Titles include "Touch", "Skywriter", "I Can't Quit Your Love", "You Made Me What I Am", and "World Of Sunshine". LP, Vinyl record album
(Cover has some wear.)
 
 
 



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