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Motown needs to release a good Jermaine Jackson compilation or re-release all his albums?

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There is no Jermaine Motown compilations out there, none. At least Arista remastered all his albums and put out a doudle disc compilation of those 4 records in case you didn't want them all.

He has 9 albums on Motown (plus 3 that were shelved) and only 2 were ever put on CD. His debut from 72 which was remaster in 2000 as an import (which is goin for $120 on Amazon, lol) and Let's Get Serious re-released in 1992 (probably in support of An American Dream.)

There was an import released like 5 years ogo on the UK Motown label Spectrum and before that a compilation from 1991 that's hasn't been in print since.

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Reply #1 posted 07/01/12 1:43pm

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No one cares about jermaine. You're his only stan lol

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Reply #2 posted 07/01/12 2:03pm

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Some of them were in print in Japan, don't know if they still are. I have all of the records, so don't need the CDs, except maybe Frontiers because my LP is cracked, but it's playable. Now I would like Motown to release the unreleased Norman Harris sessions from 1975 and any other vault material. A compilation with B-sides, single only tunes, and soundtrack songs like Erucu and the Tata Vega duet You'll Never Rock Alone would also be nice.

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Sony also released a compilation (entitled "Greatest Hits") in late 2009 of his Arista/LaFace work, presumably in response to the renewed interest in all things Jackson after Michael's death.

I'd like to see his Motown albums reissued on CD, especially everything from '77 to '82, but at least the few compilations that are out there are good... I've got the UK 'Big Brother' compilation from 2007 and there's some good rarer stuff on that.

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Reply #4 posted 07/01/12 2:22pm

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ChickenMcNuggets said:

Sony also released a compilation (entitled "Greatest Hits") in late 2009 of his Arista/LaFace work, presumably in response to the renewed interest in all things Jackson after Michael's death.

The Arista albums are available in Japan, so I guess they can be bought as imports. They were released in 2009, and I think they were remastered. But I haven't heard them. I don't know what the bonus songs are, probably remixes.

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Reply #5 posted 07/01/12 2:32pm

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No one cares about jermaine. You're his only stan lol

It's tragic you really believe that.

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Reply #6 posted 07/01/12 2:48pm

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Here is an old thread from Soulful Detroit. I think "phillysoulman" is Bobby Eli.


Soulful Detroit Forum: Archives: The Jermaine Jackson Philly album

Top of pageBottom of page By John Lester (213.122.204.254 - 213.122.204.254) on Tuesday, March 05, 2002 - 09:21 pm:

I can't find where I talked about this superb album on this site. So I am going to raise it again separately and hope that a certain person will put down the weed for a few minutes!!!!!! (naaah, you dont have to!!) and talk about this wonderful UNISSUED album which I have had the pleasure of hearing....

I honestly cannot understand why this remendous piece of work should remain stuck on a tape just gathering dust. Jermaine was as well suited to the Philly sound as was Eddie Kendricks.

Bobby.....over to you..if you don't mind.

Top of pageBottom of page By phillysoulman (152.163.197.52 - 152.163.197.52) on Tuesday, March 05, 2002 - 10:21 pm:

John,

It was issued in America, and I believe that I have a copy of it as well as Weldon.
It was produced by the Baker/Harris and Young triumverate(really Baker/ Harris) Earl never really produced anything of significance. He was just a partner in the company.
A lot of the material was written with the late Bruce Gray, Ron Tyson of the Love Committee/Ethics/Tempts, Bunny Sigler, the late Allen Felder, Ronnie Baker and Norman harris, and I believe, Talmadge Conway as well.
The usually A-list crew was on hand in the studio and Carl Paruolo and Jim Gallagher did most of the engineering chores. I remember Jermaine having his rather new bride Hazel-Gordy- Jackson with him. I must dig out my stydio pics of all this stuff as soon as i get back to Philly.
Also, another related story.
In 1968, while doing my second Apollo gig with the Vibrations, who were the "stars" ,we were riding up 125th street to check out the marquee, and in tiny letters on the bottom it said and "the Jackson five and Johnny"
We all thought out loud,"who the f**k are they"
So anyway, while we were backstage the first day there was a hustler type guy who called himself "sweet baby james" believe it or not.
He was sort of ghetto looking and not impressive, and he said to us "hey man, I got these young kids here, its their first serious gig and I'm their manager and s**t" " I want y'all to check 'em out 'cause they bad and they gon' be large'!! they got this little fella, cant be no more that nine or ten, man" ' Ya gotta see 'em dance an do they thing" ' Thet a mo*******er man!!!"
Joe Jackson was there as well, and when the Vibrations peerformed, Jermaine let me plug my guitar into his amp!!
So when he came in to record with us , he rememgered the incident. Sweet baby James was soon nowhere to be found!!!!!
We were also on a show with them at the Regal in
chicago shortly thereafter and this was where Bobby Taylor met them and told me backstage verbatim "Hey man, I gotta take these little dudes to meet Berry. He's gonna love 'em"
So you heard it straight from someone who WAS THERE, LIVE AND IN LIVING COLOR!!!!!

Top of pageBottom of page By phillysoulman (152.163.197.52 - 152.163.197.52) on Tuesday, March 05, 2002 - 10:22 pm:

Please forgive any typos!!!

Top of pageBottom of page By John Lester (213.122.203.5 - 213.122.203.5) on Wednesday, March 06, 2002 - 09:34 pm:

Thanks for that Bobby, I really appreciate it.

Can you recall any titles?

Top of pageBottom of page By phillysoulman (205.188.198.168 - 205.188.198.168) on Thursday, March 07, 2002 - 02:36 am:

It'l take a while to locate it and then I will post the titles. We did about 14 songs altogether, and 12 made the final cut, I believe.
I will get all the info together.

Top of pageBottom of page By John Lester (213.122.200.142 - 213.122.200.142) on Thursday, March 07, 2002 - 08:07 am:

Wowee............

I am really looking forward to this....

Top of pageBottom of page By HW (12.110.192.128 - 12.110.192.128) on Thursday, March 07, 2002 - 05:12 pm:

Hi guys,

It's Harry Weinger, the reissue producer et al... I am enjoying this site - so much so, that I see no reason to post. However, in the spirit of the love and passion shown here I will attempt to share some insights from time to time... if that's OK, since for the most part I was NOT there. wink - but hey, sometimes I have info or have heard things that have passed through time and may otherwise be forgotten.

That said, yo, Bobby, Jermaine's Philly album never came out, period. I have the track list somewhere, will post when I dig it up.

And then maybe we'll see about its release, someday someway.

Keep on keepin' on, and
PEACE!

HW

Top of pageBottom of page By phillysoulman (64.12.106.31 - 64.12.106.31) on Thursday, March 07, 2002 - 05:16 pm:

I remember doing a few in the "he's a friend" Going up in smoke" vein that Norman Harris did so well. Jermaine seemed really happy to be working with us and always had a happy grin.
The sessions were one of a handful of Motown released albums that were entirely recorded and mixed at Sigma, the other was a Tempts album that we did( I forgot the name) We also did a Tempts album for their short stint at Atlantic, I think it was "Hear to tempt you"
I produced , with Weldon a single called "No more beautiful days" for Jimmy Randolph on Motown, around 1973. It was kind of an O.C. Smith type song.

Eli

Top of pageBottom of page By Ritchie Hardin (62.254.0....2.254.0.6) on Thursday, March 07, 2002 - 05:59 pm:

Harry

Welcome to the forum. Great to see you here!

Speaking both personally and on behalf of the small army of fellow Motown-freaks this side of the pond, I'd like to say a big "thank you" for all your efforts in unearthing so much treasure from the vaults. I know that we're crazy people when it comes to the magic of Detroit, but it's great to have someone equally devoted on the inside of the industry.

Harry - may all your endeavours be blessed with success. We're with you all the way!

Top of pageBottom of page By david, glasgow, scotland ...107.27.25) on Thursday, March 07, 2002 - 06:11 pm:

harry, welcome to the forum.

i think you will enjoy some of mr eli's "motown people pics" which i hope to be able to begin uploading within 2 weeks.

stay tuned.

Top of pageBottom of page By Carl Dixon London (62.31....31.40.173) on Thursday, March 07, 2002 - 07:09 pm:

Hi Harry

Keep reissueing and we'll keep buying! I would be certainly interested in any release that just has studio chatter on!!!! Even if one of the tracks is the piano being tuned. Maybe Ralph could do 'cover' version of that!!

cheers

Carl

Top of pageBottom of page By phillysoulman (205.188.19...8.198.174) on Thursday, March 07, 2002 - 10:02 pm:

Yo Harry,

Glad to see that you made it onto the forum.
Thanks for setting the record straight about the Jermaine album. I could sworn that it was issued.
Must be some kind of sub-conscious deja vu type of thing coupled with a large degree of wishful thinking. As I have previosly stated, there were some decent songs recorded so it was more than likely a political thing between B.G. and the production entity.
Hope that it will resurface soon and maybe I can do a few remixes. (hint hint).

Eli

Top of pageBottom of page By John Lester (213.122.202.231 - 213.122.202.231) on Friday, March 08, 2002 - 05:39 am:

Someday Someway........

The Marvelettes did that one.....(and so did the Vandellas)

I really do hope that this Philly Jermaine album comes out...it's just too good to stay locked up. And I am sure HW will find a way.....

PLEASE!

Top of pageBottom of page By phillysoulman (64.12.107.47 - 64.12.107.47) on Friday, March 08, 2002 - 02:20 pm:

John,

How and where did you hear the Jermaine album??

Top of pageBottom of page By John Lester (213.122.199.143 - 213.122.199.143) on Friday, March 08, 2002 - 09:49 pm:

Harry Weinger.....said to me tell me what you think of this.....

Then he had to pick me up off the floor!

It was THAT good......Jermaine was never one of my favourites until I heard that album. You guys knew EXACTLY what to do with him.


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Reply #7 posted 07/01/12 3:13pm

SoulAlive

I have this compilation and it's excellent...18 tracks beginning with his early 70s stuff,going all the way to 1992.

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I have this compilation and it's excellent...18 tracks beginning with his early 70s stuff,going all the way to 1992.

But it's half Motown half Arista.

They need a 2 disc collection.

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Reply #9 posted 07/01/12 3:23pm

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^^Doesn't that have edits and not the full versions of some songs?

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Reply #10 posted 07/01/12 3:44pm

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LittleBLUECorvette said:




There is no Jermaine Motown compilations out there, none. At least Arista remastered all his albums and put out a doudle disc compilation of those 4 records in case you didn't want them all.



He has 9 albums on Motown (plus 3 that were shelved) and only 2 were ever put on CD. His debut from 72 which was remaster in 2000 as an import (which is goin for $120 on Amazon, lol) and Let's Get Serious re-released in 1992 (probably in support of An American Dream.)



There was an import released like 5 years ogo on the UK Motown label Spectrum and before that a compilation from 1991 that's hasn't been in print since.



I've been saying this for a minute. I think it's a shame, none of those albums(except "Let's Get Serious")have been on cd. But, for some reason, his Arista stuff keeps getting released.
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Reply #11 posted 07/01/12 3:54pm

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True, hes put out some really good stuff. Very underrated artist, I think he should have done like that osmond guy, change his name and release his material.
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Reply #12 posted 07/01/12 3:54pm

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Check out this one from '91....

The best Motown-era Jermaine Jackson compilation that has been compiled/released thus far. This brother does need his Motown albums re-released though. I believe the only album that has been officially released on CD is Let's Get Serious.

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phunkdaddy said:

babybugz said:

No one cares about jermaine. You're his only stan lol

It's tragic you really believe that.

Well my comment had Sarcasm in it but if you must know no I don't believe that he doesn't have a fanbase but at the same time the public in general is not in hurry for any releases from him. I did like his don't take it personal album though.

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Reply #14 posted 07/01/12 5:39pm

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silkman said:

I've been saying this for a minute. I think it's a shame, none of those albums(except "Let's Get Serious")have been on cd.

I don't remember exactly, but I think Motown (US) had 2fer CDs of some Jermaine albums in the late 1980's. The CD's looked like this:

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Reply #15 posted 07/01/12 10:01pm

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I know it's Arista but I like this CD: http://www.amazon.com/Pre...ne+Jackson

Just Music-No Categories-Enjoy It!
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MickyDolenz said:

silkman said:

I've been saying this for a minute. I think it's a shame, none of those albums(except "Let's Get Serious")have been on cd.

I don't remember exactly, but I think Motown (US) had 2fer CDs of some Jermaine albums in the late 1980's. The CD's looked like this:

They just did the first 4 Jackson 5 LP's and MJ's first 2.

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LittleBLUECorvette said:

MickyDolenz said:

I don't remember exactly, but I think Motown (US) had 2fer CDs of some Jermaine albums in the late 1980's. The CD's looked like this:

They just did the first 4 Jackson 5 LP's and MJ's first 2.

Yep, your right LBC! I've never seen one of these done on any of Jermaine's Motown solo albums. Hip-O Select would make a killing if they reissue all of his albums. "Bass Odyssey" is the business! music

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Reply #18 posted 07/01/12 10:57pm

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babybugz said:

phunkdaddy said:

It's tragic you really believe that.

Well my comment had Sarcasm in it but if you must know no I don't believe that he doesn't have a fanbase but at the same time the public in general is not in hurry for any releases from him. I did like his don't take it personal album though.

cool

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silverchild said:

LittleBLUECorvette said:

They just did the first 4 Jackson 5 LP's and MJ's first 2.

Yep, your right LBC! I've never seen one of these done on any of Jermaine's Motown solo albums. Hip-O Select would make a killing if they reissue all of his albums. "Bass Odyssey" is the business! music

You'd think with them back in the spotlight goin on tour this year (or you wanna be real, since Mike passed) that they'd put some Jermaine stuff out.

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Reply #20 posted 07/02/12 12:51am

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^^Doesn't that have edits and not the full versions of some songs?

nod for me,the most important thing is that includes the full-length version of "Let's Get Serious" lol that's his best song.

1. I Found That Girl - The Jackson 5
2. That's How Love Goes
3. Daddy's Home
4. You're In Good Hands
5. Let's Be Young Tonight (Single Version)
6. Castle Of Sand (Full Length Album Version)
7. Let's Get Serious (Full Length Album Version)
8. You're Supposed To Keep Your Love For Me (Single Version)
9. Little Girl Don't You Worry (Single Version)
10. You Like Me Don't You Worry (Single Version)
11. I'm Just Too Shy
12. Let Me Tickle Your Fancy
13. Dynamite
14. Do What You Do
15. I Think It's Love
16. Don't Take It Personal
17. You Said, You Said (Extended Remix)
18. I Dream, I Dream
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Reply #21 posted 07/02/12 1:03am

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LittleBLUECorvette said:

SoulAlive said:

I have this compilation and it's excellent...18 tracks beginning with his early 70s stuff,going all the way to 1992.

But it's half Motown half Arista.

They need a 2 disc collection.

It contains all the Jermaine Jackson songs that I like lol a 2-CD set would be excessive for me.His best singles were the ones released from 1980-84,imo.

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Reply #22 posted 07/02/12 8:07am

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LittleBLUECorvette said:

They just did the first 4 Jackson 5 LP's and MJ's first 2.

Oh, I wasn't sure, but I remember they had a lot of these out during that time. I have the 1972 Jermaine album on CD, but it's Japanese. Japan releases usually have the date it came out on them, and this one has March 15, 2000 on it. The booklet has liner notes in Japanese with a date of December 1999 at the end.

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LittleBLUECorvette said:



silverchild said:




LittleBLUECorvette said:



They just did the first 4 Jackson 5 LP's and MJ's first 2.




Yep, your right LBC! I've never seen one of these done on any of Jermaine's Motown solo albums. Hip-O Select would make a killing if they reissue all of his albums. "Bass Odyssey" is the business! music



You'd think with them back in the spotlight goin on tour this year (or you wanna be real, since Mike passed) that they'd put some Jermaine stuff out.



I was actually a little surprised that they didn't release something late last year when his book was out. Every single Motown J5-related release since '91 seems to be connected to him or the other Jacksons being in the headlines for one reason or another. lol
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*double post*

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Jermaine's Motown Discography

1. Jermaine (1973)

2. Come Into My Life (1973)

3. My Name Is Jermaine (1976)

4. Feel The Fire (1977)

5. Frontiers (1978)

6 Lets Get Serious (1979)

7. Jermaine (1980)

8. I Like You Style (1981)

9. Let Me Tickle Your Fancy (1982)

I agree with LBC, long overdue. nod I'd like to see a nice boxset of JM albums, not the crap that Motown did when they released the DeBarge discography last year. For all the crackin' I've done on the guy, I've liked a lot of what he's recorded.

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SoulAlive said:

I have this compilation and it's excellent...18 tracks beginning with his early 70s stuff,going all the way to 1992.

AWW, he's so pretty! He's a handsome man, well, he was...

"They did it to try and belittle me, to try and to take away my pride. But I went through the whole system with them. And at the end, I - I wanted the public to know that I was okay, even though I was hurting."
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Reply #27 posted 07/02/12 2:40pm

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No one cares about jermaine. You're his only stan lol

Wow lol

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TD3 said:

Jermaine's Motown Discography

1. Jermaine (1973)

2. Come Into My Life (1973)

3. My Name Is Jermaine (1976)

4. Feel The Fire (1977)

5. Frontiers (1978)

6 Lets Get Serious (1979)

7. Jermaine (1980)

8. I Like You Style (1981)

9. Let Me Tickle Your Fancy (1982)

I agree with LBC, long overdue. nod I'd like to see a nice boxset of JM albums, not the crap that Motown did when they released the DeBarge discography last year. For all the crackin' I've done on the guy, I've liked a lot of what he's recorded.

I think they did an excellent job compiling all of DeBarge's albums last year, even though the liner notes were average. I thought it was a great package. I would like Jermaine to get the same treatment.

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TD3 said:

Jermaine's Motown Discography

1. Jermaine (1973)

2. Come Into My Life (1973)

3. My Name Is Jermaine (1976)

4. Feel The Fire (1977)

5. Frontiers (1978)

6 Lets Get Serious (1979)

7. Jermaine (1980)

8. I Like You Style (1981)

9. Let Me Tickle Your Fancy (1982)

I agree with LBC, long overdue. nod I'd like to see a nice boxset of JM albums, not the crap that Motown did when they released the DeBarge discography last year. For all the crackin' I've done on the guy, I've liked a lot of what he's recorded.

Plus he has three unreleased album. 1975's Do Unto Others (recorded while he and his brothers were still at Motown, but pulled once they decided to leave), 1976 Color My World Love (which he recorded in Phily the same time his brothers were recording their CBS debut) and 1979's Living.

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