Greatest Hits (The Jackson 5 album)
|Greatest hits album by The Jackson 5|
|Released||December 27, 1971|
|Recorded||July 1969 – October 1971|
|Genre||Bubblegum pop, soul|
|Producer||The Corporation, Bobby Taylor, & Hal Davis|
|The Jackson 5 chronology|
|Singles from Greatest Hits|
Greatest Hits was the first greatest hits compilation for The Jackson 5 released by Motown Records in late 1971, and selling over 5.6 million copies worldwide. The Top 10 hit single "Sugar Daddy" is included as a new track alongside J5 hits such as "I Want You Back" and "I'll Be There".
- "I Want You Back"
- "Never Can Say Goodbye"
- "Sugar Daddy" (recorded April – October 1971, during Maybe Tomorrow & Lookin’ Through The Windows sessions, at the Motown Recording Studio, Los Angeles, California)
- "I'll Be There"
- "Maybe Tomorrow"
- "The Love You Save"
- "Who's Lovin' You"
- "Mama's Pearl"
- "Goin' Back to Indiana"
- "I Found That Girl"
- Chery, Carl: XXL: Michael Jackson Special Collecters Edition, page 99. American Press.
- (French) Greatest Hits 1971 Overview at www.jackson5abc.com
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