Come and Get It: The Rare Pearls

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Come And Get It: The Rare Pearls
Compilation album by The Jackson 5
Released August 28, 2012
Recorded July 1969–January 1974
Genre Pop, bubblegum pop, soul, R&B
Length 1:42:06
Label Hip-O Select
The Jackson 5 chronology
Live at the Forum
(2010)
Come And Get It: The Rare Pearls
(2012)
Complete Motown Album Collection
(2013)

Come And Get It: The Rare Pearls is a compilation album of previously unreleased tracks by American family group The Jackson 5, which was released digitally on August 28, 2012[1] and physically on September 18, 2012.[2]

Background[edit]

This compilation contains unreleased songs, recorded by the group during their tenure on the Motown Records label. Some of them are cover versions (Randy Newman's "Mama Told Me Not to Come", Traffic's "Feelin' Alright" and labelmates The Supremes' "You Can't Hurry Love"), and some of the tracks are alternate versions of already released songs (a longer version of "That's How Love Is" and the demo version of "Mama's Pearl" which was known as "Guess Who's Making Whoopie With Your Girlfriend").

Marketing[edit]

In November 2009, Motown Records released I Want You Back! Unreleased Masters, a selection of unreleased tracks by the Jackson 5.[3] It coincided with the 40th anniversary of their debut single on the label ("I Want You Back" b/w "Who's Lovin' You"),[4] and closely followed the release of the documentaryconcert film Michael Jackson's This Is It.[5] The physical version of this compilation was released on September 18, 2012,[2] the same day as Michael Jackson's Bad 25.[6]

Track listing[edit]

Disc 1
No. Title Length
1. "(We're The) Music Makers"   1:00
2. "If The Shoe Don't Fit" (Recorded late 1970 - early 1971) 3:18
3. "Come And Get It (Love's On The Fire)" (Recorded 1970) 3:12
4. "I Got A Sure Thing" (Recorded January 1970) 3:21
5. "After You Leave Girl" (Recorded July 1969) 2:38
6. "Mama Told Me Not to Come" (Recorded summer 1970) 3:04
7. "Iddinit" (Recorded summer 1970) 3:47
8. "Since I Lost My Baby" (Recorded August 1969) 2:52
9. "Keep An Eye" (Recorded January 1970) 3:08
10. "Movin'" (Recorded 1970) 3:23
11. "Feelin' Alright" (studio version) (Recorded 1971) 3:13
12. "You Better Watch Out" (Recorded October 1971) 3:06
13. "I'm Your Sunny One (He's My Sunny Boy)" (Recorded 1969-1970) 2:49
14. "Someone's Standing In My Love Light" (Recorded January 1971) 2:52
Disc 2
No. Title Length
1. "If You Want Heaven" (Recorded February 1971) 3:07
2. "You Can't Hurry Love" (Recorded October 1971) 2:50
3. "Keep Off The Grass" (Recorded 1972) 3:08
4. "Going My Way" (Recorded February March 1972) 3:57
5. "Makin' Life A Little Easier For You" (Recorded March 1972) 3:18
6. "Up On The Roof" (Recorded March 1972) 3:07
7. "If I Can't Nobody Can" (Recorded November 1972) 2:45
8. "Our Love" (Recorded 1972-73) 3:25
9. "I Can't Get Enough Of You" (Recorded December 1973) 2:48
10. "Cupid" (Recorded January 1974) 2:54
11. "Let's Go Back To Day One" (Recorded April 1972 and June 1973) 3:02
12. "Would Ya Would Ya Baby" (Recorded December 1972) 3:57
13. "Love Trip" (Recorded February-March 1973) 3:07
14. "Label Me Love" (Recorded May 1973) 3:31
15. "Jumbo Sam" (Recorded February-March 1973) 3:05
16. "That's How Love Is" (Original Complete Version) (Recorded 1970) (bonus track) 3:25
17. "If I Have To Move A Mountain" (Original Complete Version) (Recorded May 1972) (bonus track) 4:47
18. "Mama's Pearl" (Demo (“Guess Who’s Making Whoopee”)) (Recorded Summer - Fall 1970) (bonus track) 4:10

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Come And Get It: The Rare Pearls Format: MP3". Amazon.com, retrieved September 6, 2012.
  2. ^ a b "Come And Get It: The Rare Pearls Format: Audio CD". Amazon.com, retrieved September 6, 2012.
  3. ^ "I Want You Back! Unreleased Masters". Universal Music Enterprises, retrieved August 17, 2012.
  4. ^ "I Want You Back (Motown, 1969)". Jackson5abc.com, retrieved August 17, 2012.
  5. ^ "Michael Jackson's "This Is It," to be Presented In Theaters Around The World". MichaelJackson.com, retrieved August 17, 2012.
  6. ^ "25th Anniversary of Michael Jackson's Landmark Album Bad Celebrated With September 18 Release Of New Bad 25 Packages". MichaelJackson.com, retrieved August 17, 2012.