50 Best Songs – The Motown Years: Michael Jackson & The Jackson 5 (also known as 50 Best Songs or The Motown Years) is a 3-disc compilation box set by American singer Michael Jackson, and the group The Jackson 5, released on 2008 by Universal Motown Records celebrating Jackson's 50 birthday. The 50-track album features all of the hits through the Motown years from both the Jackson 5 with “ABC”, “I Want You Back”, “Never Can Say Goodbye” and Michael's solo material including “You've Got A Friend”, “Ben”, “Ain't No Sunshine” and “One Day In Your Life” all of them during their tenure on Motown (1969-1975), with the exception of "Farewell My Summer Love" and "Girl You're So Together", which were released after they left the company (these tracks were released in 1984).
Lovingly Yours - don't tell me that Millie is going all romantic on us all of a sudden??? Uh uh - right from the first track it's "You Can't Turn Me Off (In The Middle Of Turning Me On)" and some more good advice from the ballsy Ms. Jackson. This 1976 Brad Shapiro production continues Millie's exploration of sexual politics, as she once more takes on the role of president, war minister and secretary for the state of affairs…
is a album released in 1983. In addition to her signature soul music songs, it also includes somewhat more Hi-NRG and Funk dance song production popular at the time such as , and the title track.
As one of the top studio guitarists in the pop, soul and jazz genres, it's probably a rare day that finds Paul Jackson, Jr. noodling by himself. Reflective of his expertise and popularity is Never Alone, a snazzy party platter loaded with early evening jam sessions, seductive midnight confessions and even cooler breakdowns for after the last guest leaves. Jackson's concept is to at the very least duet with one of his all-star pals, from Earl Klugh to Harvey Mason, but the real fun here comes when he struts his rock instincts and brings to the stage Joe Sample, Wilton Felder and Gerald Albright ("knighttime") and, closing the disc, George Duke, Kevin Toney, Sheila E. and some amazing drum fills by Alphonse Mouzon.