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An Angel's Voice

Jackson 5's flip sides such as "Who's Lovin' You," a knockout performance by Michael with all the hallmark of a great soul artist, illustrated his remarkable maturity. It seemed inevitable that young MJ would spin off as a solo artist. The aching ballad "Got To Be There" was his first solo single, released October 7, 1971, and it shot to no. 4 on both the pop and R&B charts. His debut solo album Got To Be There was released in January 1972 and reached the pop Top 20. The LP also spun off "Rockin' Robin," a cover of a fifties smash that hit no. 2 pop and R&B, and "I Wanna Be Where You Are" (top 20 pop/no. 2 R&B)... Michael's solo biography

 

Michael Jackson Motown Albums

 
Album
US release
Cat number
R&B
Pop
Got To Be There Got To Be There
24/01/1972
M 747
3
14
Ben Ben
04/08/1972
M 755
4
5
Music And Me Music and Me
13/04/1973
M 767
24
92
Forever Michael Forever, Michael
16/01/1975
M 825
10
101
Farewell My Summer Love Farewell My Summer Love
05/1984
6001 ML
-
46
Looking Back To Yesterday Lookin' Back To Yesterday Never-Before-Released Masters
11/2/1986
5384 ML
-
-
The Original Soul Of Michael Jackson The Original Soul Of Michael Jackson
1987
6250 ML
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Compilations

The Best Of Michael Jackson The Best Of Michael Jackson
08/1975
M 851
46
156
One Day In Your Life
03/1981
M 956 44 144
The Very Best Of Michael Jackson 03/1995 31453 0480 2 - -
Love Songs 01/2002 440 016 819 2 - -
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  US Singles Année
Got To Be There 1971
Rockin' Robin 1972
I Wanna Be Where You Are 1972
Ben 1972
With a Child's Heart 1973
We're Almost There 1975
Just A Little Bit Of You 1975
Twenty-Five Miles 1987

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