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Diana Ross Presents the Jackson 5


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  • Audio CD (April 13, 1992)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Motown
  • ASIN: B000001ACV
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #453,806 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah
2. Nobody
3. I Want You Back
4. Can You Remember
5. Standing in the Shadows of Love
6. You've Changed
7. My Cherie Amour
8. Who's Lovin' You
9. Chained
10. (I Know) I'm Losing You
11. Stand!
12. Born to Love You

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Andre S. Grindle TOP 1000 REVIEWER on July 14, 2009
Format: Audio CD
One of the big surprises of listening to this,the Jacksons' introduction to the world outside Gary Indiana you understand not too long into it why this album was assembled the way it was. Whatever the idea of the song happens to be,the image of five young men from the midwest enjoying the taste of LA for the first time and getting all dolled up in those wild psychedelic costumes cannot help but come into ones mind.Part of this general atmosphere was a strong sense of freshness.The same can be said of this that can be said of another classic pop music debut with The Fab Four's Please Please Me ;hard to believe there's only seven years between them. The main similarities is that both of them feature each group at the top of their form,eager and with their sounds in the most "uncut" of states. Not only that but the songs they cover on this album have a lot to do with their direction and musical vision from the outset."Zip-A-Dee-Do-Dah" alone shows how much the Isley's late 60's funk sound had on the Jacksons at this early stage and yes-even "I Want You Back" demonstrates a very high degree of funkiness.Of course we already know that;The Crusaders Wilton Felder plays bass on the song and that groove extends strong not only through versions of "Chained" and "I Know I'm Losing You" but around of course Sly's "Stand";the Family Stone's strong influence on the Jacksons' is not only evident here but especially on how they use the heavily funky outro to the original as a bridge throughout the song.As if it didn't in the first place their "Standing In The Shadows Of Love" enhances the eastern feel James Jamerson got with many Four Tops hits with strong psychedelic sitar-like guitar riffs.Read more ›
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mitchell S. Steven on February 23, 2005
Format: Audio Cassette
Its been said that when artists First come out they are hungry and generally Sing their BEST. Not necessarily for food, although some May have had..Slim Pickings! Not sure if the J5 ever went hungry, I don't think so.Few artists remain true and strong after the first 3albums..quality suffers after awhile..Egos get blown all out of proportion..and folks dont think they have to Sing as strong..or something..I dont know what the problem is..but its with every group. The first 5hits are the best..of course their are exceptions..the supremes had 12number 1s but by the time it got to 10. Florence was gone..by the time they reached theyre 7th hit.The background(Mary and Flo) voices were barely heard and the harmony..suffered. although the singles were big..and hits..not nearly as Pure as the first 5hits.. But, my point is. When this album was released and hit the stands..I was 13yrs old..same age as Jermaine. Who at the time was My idol..we had the same voice tone..lol and I could match it perfectly, which I did, during a 1970 talent show..certainly a HIGH point in my life..I actually thought I was Jermaine! Big fro and two-toned pants flowered shirt and all..minus the guitar though LOL.> The album..simply a masterpiece and Jermaine and the rest of the brothers could be Heard Loud and Clear..On this album..as with the second and 3rd. Were the J5s best. Why? because they were HUNGRY for Stardom and it was all about the GROUP, saturday morning cartoons showed the Group..not just Michael... Supersized fros..bell bottoms..and Great Great Harmony. Listen to Born to Love You, Youve Changed. and later the Third Album, (Ready or NOt,Here I come, originally done by the Delphonics..and also brought back to life by the Fugees.aka Lauryn Hill, when she was quote unquote Hungry.Read more ›
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By P Magnum HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on January 23, 2007
Format: Audio CD
The Jackson 5 exploded on to the music scene in late 1969 with one of the greatest singles of all time, "I Want You Back". The song is as perfect a three minute single as you could record. The five brothers from Gary, Indiana had been honing their craft on the road for a few years before being discovered by the Motown label. Although Diana Ross gets credit for discovering the band, it was really Bobby Taylor form the label's virtually unknown Bobby & The Vancouvers that brought the brothers to Berry Gordy's attention. History aside, their first album is titled Diana Ross Presents The Jackson 5 and band does their mentor proud with a stellar debut that is mostly made up of cover tunes, but shows off the brother's picture perfect vocals. As mentioned, "I Want You Back" is the centerpiece of the album and the song shot to number one on the charts. Their cover of The Miracles' "Who's Lovin' You" shows off young Michael's impressive vocal skills while their take on Stevie Wonder's "My Cherie Amour" allows Jermaine to shine. Other great tracks include "Nobody", "You've Changed" and a killer remake of the Four Tops "Standing In The Shadows Of Love".
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By john dorsey on October 17, 2013
Format: Audio Cassette Verified Purchase
brought it for one song ,who lovin you.
it was great.keep up the good work at finding me these great album's on cas.
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By Terry L. Williams on November 30, 2014
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
This would go platinum today
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