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Thread started 06/04/18 6:28pm

MickyDolenz

The Jacksons collaborating with others

Livin' Proof - Let's Stay Together (1978)

writers: Sterling Rice, Steven Rice, Tito Jackson, Vernon Bullock
Tito also plays guitar on this song

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It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #1 posted 06/04/18 6:30pm

MickyDolenz

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2 of the members of Livin' Proof, the siblings Steven & Sterling Rice, released the album One Magic Night in 1982. Tito produced & arranged the entire album and wrote or co-wrote 8 of the 10 songs on the album. He played guitar on some tracks.




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It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #2 posted 06/04/18 6:44pm

MickyDolenz

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The Jackson 5 wrote and produced two songs for a group of sisters called MDLT Willis in 1974. The letters MDLT were the initials of their 1st names: Maxine, Diane, Laverne, & Tina. The songs were on a single that was released on Joseph's short lived label called Ivory Tower International Records. The record wasn't successful (#89 on the R&B chart) so the other songs the group recorded were never released.

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #3 posted 06/04/18 6:49pm

MickyDolenz

Love Never Felt So Good was written by Michael, Kathy Wakefield, & Paul Anka and released by Johnny Mathis in 1984 on his album A Special Part Of Me.

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #4 posted 06/04/18 6:54pm

MickyDolenz

Rebbie sings the hook on Let's Dance by Brand Nubian & Busta Rhymes, released in 1998 on the album Foundation.


It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #5 posted 06/04/18 7:00pm

MickyDolenz

Jermaine duet with Melissa on Confesiones which was released on her 1986 album Melissa III.


It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #6 posted 06/04/18 7:11pm

MickyDolenz

Janet dances in Jermaine Dupri's 2005 video for Gotta Getcha and Mike (& other 1980s acts) appear in the 1984 video for L.A. Is My Lady by Frank Sinatra. George Benson is playing guitar. Another Jackson connection with George is Ola Ray was in the video for Give Me The Night before Thriller.

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #7 posted 06/04/18 7:17pm

MickyDolenz

Barry White wrote Rio de Janeiro with Marlon & his wife Carol Jackson, which was released on Barry's 1981 album Beware!.

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #8 posted 06/04/18 7:24pm

MickyDolenz

LaToya co-wrote 2 songs (Brown Eyes, American Sweet) on Jimmy Cliff's 1985 Cliff Hanger album with Kevin Bell (aka Amir Bayyan) who is the brother of a couple of members of Kool & The Gang.

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #9 posted 06/04/18 7:30pm

MickyDolenz

Mike sang the hook on the We Be Ballin' remixes of Ice Cube's 1998 single We Be Clubbin'. Shaquille O'Neal is also on the remix.

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #10 posted 06/04/18 7:51pm

MickyDolenz

Jermaine recorded 4 duets with Whitney Houston that have came out. They also recorded Don't Look Any Further, that is currently unreleased. It was released by Dennis Edwards & Siedah Garrett. Jermaine produced 3 of the songs + the non-duet song Someone For Me.

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #11 posted 06/04/18 8:01pm

MickyDolenz

Yeah (1992)

piano: Herbie Hancock
bass: Stanley Clarke
harmonica: Stevie Wonder
drum programming: David Allen Jones, Trenton Gumbs

vocals: Babyface, Sandi Barber, Jon Bon Jovi, Garth Brooks, En Vogue, Johnny Gill, Amy Grant, Aaron Hall, MC Hammer, Heavy D, Howard Hewitt, Julio Iglesias, Janet Jackson, Michael Jackson, Elton John, Patti LaBelle, Emmanuel Lewis, Paul McCartney, Eddie Murphy, Teddy Pendergrass, Richie Sambora, Luther Vandross, Audrey Wheeler, Barry White, Stevie Wonder

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #12 posted 06/04/18 8:05pm

MickyDolenz

Elton John & Janet Jackson - I Know The Truth (1999)

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #13 posted 06/04/18 8:10pm

MickyDolenz

Jackie & Randy sang background on The Newtrons' 1990 remake of I Want You Back, and Jackie mixed it with Louil Silas Jr. It was released on their self-titled album.

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #14 posted 06/04/18 8:16pm

MickyDolenz

Stop The Madness (1986)

Stop The Madness - 0:00
Dance Version - 4:48

trumpet: Herb Alpert
synthesizer: Lathan Armour, Chris Andrews
guitar: Charles J. Fearing
percussion: Stix Hooper, Terry Santel

lead vocals: Ralph Tresvant (New Edition), Tim Feehan, Whitney Houston, Jon Burford, LaToya Jackson, Kimaya Koepke, Herb Alpert, Linda Stokes (Magic Lady), Steve Arrington, Jackie Ball (Magic Lady), Toni Basil, Tata Vega, Andraé Crouch, Sandra Crouch

choir: Sharon Barnes, Keisha Bogan, New Edition (Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins, Bobby Brown, Ronnie DeVoe), The Boys (Hakeem, Tajh, Bilal, Khiry), Brian Brody, Jane Brody, Cheyenne, Deanna D'Amico, Richard Donahue, David Evan Hahn, Sharon Hall, P. Jamil Howell, Colette Joel, Debra Killings, James Killings, Erick Nuquez, Chris Andrew Pelonis, Miles Ravel, Tori Reid, Shanar Ross, Dwan Smith, Nathan Utz, Shanice Wilson, Tim Wilson

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #15 posted 06/04/18 8:36pm

MickyDolenz

Jackie is one of the background singers on Madonna's White Heat from her 1986 album True Blue

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It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #16 posted 06/04/18 8:47pm

MickyDolenz

Mike wrote You're The One with Buz Kohan. Jennifer Holliday released it on the 1985 LP Say You Love Me. Mike also produced the song.

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #17 posted 06/04/18 8:55pm

MickyDolenz

Janet sings on Luv Me, Luv Me with Shaggy from the 1998 soundtrack How Stella Got Her Groove Back

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #18 posted 06/04/18 9:01pm

MickyDolenz

Janet sings the chorus on Beenie Man's 2002 single Feel It Boy from his album Tropical Storm


It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #19 posted 06/04/18 9:13pm

MickyDolenz

Mike does background vocals on 2 songs on the 1982 album Wolf by Bill Wolfer

So Shy / Papa Was A Rollin' Stone

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #20 posted 06/04/18 9:23pm

MickyDolenz

Jermaine & Tata Vega sing You'll Never Rock Alone on the 1979 album Pops We Love You

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #21 posted 06/04/18 9:31pm

MickyDolenz

Janet duets with Cliff Richard on Two To The Power Of Love from Dream Street released in 1984

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #22 posted 06/04/18 9:36pm

MickyDolenz

Roberta Flack & Mike - When We Grow Up (from the 1974 TV special & soundtrack Free To Be… You And Me)

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #23 posted 06/04/18 10:14pm

MickyDolenz

Switch (1978) executive producers: Hazel Jackson, Jermaine Jackson
I Wanna Be Closer (writer, producer, arranger: Jermaine Jackson)
It's So Real (arrangers: Jermaine Jackson, Kim Richmond, Michael B. Sutton)

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #24 posted 06/04/18 10:20pm

MickyDolenz

Switch II (1979) executive producer: Jermaine Jackson

Calling On All Girls (writers: Hazel Jackson, Jermaine Jackson, Maureen Bailey / producer: Jermaine Jackson)
Go On Doin' What You Feel (writers: Jermaine Jackson, Maureen Bailey, Michael Smith / producer: Jermaine Jackson)

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #25 posted 06/04/18 10:25pm

MickyDolenz

Reaching For Tomorrow (1980) executive producers: Berry Gordy, Hazel Jackson, Jermaine Jackson

A Brighter Tomorrow (Interlude) (writers: Eddie Fluellen, Hazel Jackson, Jermaine Jackson)
Reaching For Tomorrow (writers: Jermaine Jackson, Paul Jackson Jr., Roxanne Seeman)
Jermaine is also credited for bass, drums, & percussion on this album, but doesn't specify which songs he plays on.

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #26 posted 06/04/18 10:32pm

MickyDolenz

Switch V (1981)

I'll Always Keep (writers: Attala Zane Giles, Hazel Jackson, Jermaine Jackson, Paul Jackson, Jr. / producer: Jermaine Jackson / arrangements: Jermaine Jackson, Paul Jackson, Jr., strings - Don Peake)
Two Wrongs Don't Make A Right (writers: Jermaine Jackson, Paul Jackson, Jr., Phillip Ingram / producer: Jermaine Jackson)
Push The Switch (writers: Jermaine Jackson, Maureen Bailey, Paul Jackson, Jr. / producer: Jermaine Jackson / arrangements: horns - Tom Tom 84, rhythm & backing vocals - Jermaine Jackson)

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #27 posted 06/04/18 10:44pm

MickyDolenz

Mike does backgrounds & ad libs on these 2 tracks from 1979:

Dave Mason - Save Me (from the LP Old Crest On A New Wave)
Kenny Loggins - Who's Right, Who's Wrong (from Keep The Fire)

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #28 posted 06/04/18 10:47pm

MickyDolenz

The songs on Minnie Riperton's Love Live Forever were ones she was working on before she passed. Newly recorded music and vocals from artists popular at the time was overdubbed and the record was released in 1980. Mike sung on I'm In Love Again

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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Reply #29 posted 06/05/18 10:27am

MickyDolenz

Janet performs the skit Message From Penny on Method Man's 1998 album Tical 2000: Judgement Day. Penny Gordon (aka Penny Woods) is the character Janet played on Good Times.

It's called show business for a reason. It’s 90% business and 10% show. ~ Johnnie Taylor
If a person can't get in a vehicle and actually do it, then it shouldn't be filmed. ~ John Schneider on CGI car stunts
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