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Ultimate Collection
     

The Ultimate Collection

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by The Jacksons
 
The first single-disc Jackson 5 collection to take full advantage of the compact-disc medium, The Ultimate Collection is certainly the ultimate for any but the most hardcore fans. Ranging from 1969's "I Want You Back" to 1975's "I Am Love, Pts. 1-2," these 21 tracks include each of the group's hits, among them "ABC,"

Overview

The first single-disc Jackson 5 collection to take full advantage of the compact-disc medium, The Ultimate Collection is certainly the ultimate for any but the most hardcore fans. Ranging from 1969's "I Want You Back" to 1975's "I Am Love, Pts. 1-2," these 21 tracks include each of the group's hits, among them "ABC," "The Love You Save," "I'll Be There," "Never Can Say Goodbye," "Maybe Tomorrow," "Lookin' Through the Windows," "Get It Together," and "Dancing Machine." And unlike previous hits collections (barring only the multi-disc Anthology), there's plenty of space for more material: a few solo hits from Michael ("Got to Be There," "Rockin' Robin," "Just a Little Bit of You") and Jermaine ("Daddy's Home"), plus a pair of previously unreleased tracks ("It's Your Thing," a slowed-down Isleys cover, and "The Life of the Party"). Despite a few classic albums, the Jackson 5 were singles artists first and foremost, and their two-minute blasts of rhythm and energy are best-heard on a compilation. The best of that lot is this one.

Product Details

Release Date:
01/23/1996
Label:
Motown
UPC:
0731453055827
catalogNumber:
530558
Rank:
27321

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Jackson 5   Primary Artist
Jermaine Jackson   Vocals
Michael Jackson   Vocals

Technical Credits

Hal Davis   Producer
Berry Gordy   Composer,Producer
Brian Holland   Producer
Mel Larson   Composer,Producer
Jerry Marcellino   Composer,Producer
Alphonso Mizell   Composer,Producer
Weldon Dean Parks   Composer
Freddie Perren   Composer,Producer
Roderick Rancifer   Composer
Deke Richards   Composer,Producer
Bobby Taylor   Producer
Jimmy Thomas   Composer
Don Fenceton   Composer
Corporation   Composer
Donald Fletcher   Composer

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The Ultimate Collection 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
mandyNV More than 1 year ago
I grew up too this music and this brings back alot of good memories
Guest More than 1 year ago
I GOT THIS CD,WHOO THIS MUG IS OFF THE CHAIN I KNOW EVERY SONG ON THIS CD YA'LL SHOULD COP THIS CD.THIS IS THE BEST CD THE JACKSON 5 EVER MADE,IF YOU AIN' GOT THIS CD YOU ARE MISSING OUT ON SOME GOOD MUSIC.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album has about every Jackson 5 song on it, and they are all great. Motown had such wonderful talents during this time. I definitely recommend this cd to any music fan!
mktgyr More than 1 year ago
If you own Jackson 5 music on vinyl (LPs), then the Ultimate Collection CD is a nice additional to you music collection to play NOW!! You will be reminded of just how good they were back in the day! A must have CD!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
There is no question that this J5 ultimate collection is a must-have treasure for any Motown, Jackson 5, or Michael Jackson fan!!!! Simply a piece of history! This is the kind of real music that we need to bring back now, before it's too late. This music is the soundtrack of our lives, and we need to show the new generations of today what real music is!!!! The untimely, priceless songs that simply fill you with joy and memories and never get old. We need to educate the new generation of today of what great music is, and what MUSIC is in the first place! I get very emotional and serious when it comes to this topic because music is simply my life! And it does extremely anger me that we have our children listening to Taylor Swift, Rihanna, Chris Brown, Lady Gaga, etc. and they think that it is great music!!!!! It's not right! These artists produce horroble and pitiful excuses for anything music-related!!!! Am I the only one who feels this way? Am I the only one utterly disgusted and grossed out by what "music" has turned into? WE CANNOT LET THIS BE! WE NEED THE MUSIC BACK! BRING BACK THE MUSIC! Listen to some Motown, and you'll maybe understand what music is. I mean listen to the old Motown stuff. The Jackson 5, The Supremes, The Temptations, Stevie Wonder.... take a good listen to the classics and maybe you'll be able to differentiate between the pitiful sounds of today and REAL music.....
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