is a Jackson 5 compilation released to celebrate the 40th anniversary of their debut on Motown Records; their debut single " I Want You Back! Unreleased Masters I Want You Back" b/w " Who's Lovin' You" was issued Oct. 7, 1969. The album, specifically designed to fit like a regular 70's era album, contains previously unreleased songs and alternate versions of some of their hits. It contains "Buttercup", a song recorded during the group's most talked about collaboration with [2 ] Stevie Wonder.
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"Medley: I Want You Back/ABC/The Love You Save"
(Alternate Version from Flip Wilson Show (oct. 1971))
The Corporation The Corporation
"That's How Love Is"
(Recorded 1970 during ABC recording sessions at the Motown's Hitsville Studio, Detroit, Michigan.) Deke Richards/Freddie Perren/Alphonso Mizell
"Listen I'll Tell You How"
(Recorded May 1969 during Diana Ross presents Jackson 5 recording sessions at the Motown's Hitsville Studio, Detroit, Michigan.)
Bobby Taylor/N. Moloci Bobby Taylor (Arranged by Gene Page)
(Recorded February 12, 1970 during ABC recording sessions at the Motown's Hitsville Studio, Detroit, Michigan. Strings and horns overdubbed in Los Angeles.)
Curtis Mayfield Bobby Taylor
"Never Can Say Goodbye"
(Alternate version from Flip Wilson Show (oct. 1971))
Clifton Davis Hal Davis
"Love Comes in Different Flavors"
(Recorded 1970 during ABC recording sessions) Deke Richards/Jerry Marcellino/Mel Larsen
(alternate version during ABC recording sessions) The Corporation
(Recorded October 12, 1971 during Lookin' Through The Windows recording sessions)
Willie Hutch/Richard Hutch/Graves Kennedy Willie Hutch
(Recorded 1973 during Dancing Machine recording sessions)
Stevie Wonder Stevie Wonder
(Recorded January - February 1974 during Dancing Machine recording sessions) Don Daniels/Theresa McFaddin
Hal Davis (Arranged by Sam Brown)
"I'll Try You'll Try (Maybe We'll All Get By)"
(Recorded late 1972 - early 1973 during Skywriter recording sessions) David Jones Jr./Wade Brown Jr./
Johnny Bristol Johnny Bristol
(Alternate version during Get It Together recording sessions) Hal Davis/Don Fletcher/Weldon Dean Parks
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