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Don't Take It Personal [Limited Edition, Extra tracks, Original recording remastered]

Jermaine JacksonAudio CD
4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 22, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition, Extra tracks, Original recording remastered
  • Label: Funky Town Grooves
  • ASIN: B0078HTQ9E
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #259,807 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Climb Out
2. Don't Take It Personal
3. Make It Easy On Love - featuring Miki Howard
4. So Right
5. I'd Like To Get To Know You
6. Two Ships (In The Night)
7. Rise To The Occasion - featuring La La
8. C'mon Feel The Need
9. Next To You
10. Don't Make Me Wait
11. Two Ships (In The Night) Extended Remix (Bonus Track)
12. Don't Take It Personal - Extended Remix (Bonus Track)
13. Two Ships (In The Night) - Late Night Turbulence Mix (Bonus Track)
14. Don't Take It Personal - Jazzy Instrumental (Bonus Track)
15. Two Ships (In The Night) Instrumental Remix Version (Bonus Track)
16. I'd Like To Get To Know You - Single Version (Bonus Track)

Editorial Reviews

Jermaine Jackson made his mark on this album with the number one single Don't Take It Personal. With a percussive rhythm and the coolness of Jermaine's consoling intonation, this moderate number propelled its way to the top of the Billboard R&B charts. Two Ships (In the Night) and I'd Like to Get to Know You are also mid tempo numbers which peaked at 21 and 27, respectively. Limited edition of 2000.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Thank You April 14, 2014
By Nqobile
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Thank you, I got my cd on time, was quick. Now im enjoying my new cd. Loving it each day
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5.0 out of 5 stars jermaine , this time it's personal November 14, 2013
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one of his best , every song made me dance and/or sing .up tempo funky grooves, rhythm and blues ,quiet storm , heart felt, romantic slow ballads.
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Jermaine Jackson joined his brothers for one last album earlier in 1989 with 2300 Jackson Street, with little fan fare despite of the R&B hits "Nothin' That Compares 2 U" and the title cut (of which features the entire Jackson family, except for LaToya). Once that was over and done with, Jermaine releases his third, last, and best album on Arista records. Many may say that the Jackson brothers (except for Michael, of course) were finished by the turn of the 80's, but I think Jermaine finished the decade with a bang! Unlike the generic New Jack flavored songs and a few uninspiring slow jams that saturated 2300 Jackson street, Don't Take It Personal was all the way smooth, with one or two jams that were still smooth like creamy peanut butter. The album opener "Climb Out" was grooving while the title track (Jermaine's first solo #1 R&B hit since 1980's "Lets Get Serious and his last of his career) was heartbreaking, yet it was as the words of the chorus say "easy come, easy go." That smooth groove was arranged and produced by Surface's David Townsend and David Conley of which would've given "Happy" (Surface's hit song three years prior) a run for its money. The title track and the Kashif produced "I'd Like To Get To Know You" (my favorite from the album, and was the third single) are what stood out the most from this release. "Rise To The Occasion" (with New York's songstress, La La Cope) was jazzy and enduring while Mikki Howard gives it her all in all with Jermaine on the slightly bittersweet, yet soothing "Make It Easy On Love. Read more ›
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