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The Jackson Five

The Jackson Five was a group of singing brothers from Gary, Indiana. They were Jackie[?] (1951), Tito[?] (1953), Jermaine[?] (1954), Marlon[?] (1957) and Michael (1958). Their father Joe Jackson was their manager.

Initially signed to Motown, they popularized a style known as "bubblegum soul". The group signed with Epic in 1977 under the name The Jacksons (because Motown owned the rights to the name Jackson Five).

See also:

Albums:

Diana Ross Presents The Jackson 5 (1969)
ABC (1970)
Third Album (1970)
Christmas Album (1970)
Maybe Tomorrow (1971)
Goin' Back To Indiana (1971)
Skywriter (1973)
Dancing Machine (1974)
Moving Violation (1975)
Joyful Jukebox Music (1976)
The Jacksons (1977)
Goin' Places (1977)
Frontiers (1978)
Destiny (1978)
Triumph (1980)
Victory (1984)
2300 Jackson St. (1989)



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