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Boogie (album)

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Boogie
Boogie (album).jpg
Compilation album by The Jackson 5
ReleasedJanuary 16, 1979
GenreBubblegum pop, soul
LabelNatural Resources and Motown
ProducerHal Davis and The Corporation
The Jackson 5 chronology
Destiny
(1978)
Boogie
(1979)
Triumph
(1980)

Boogie is a compilation album of both previously released and unreleased tracks by American band The Jackson 5. It was released after the release of the Jacksons studio album Destiny in 1979. Boogie is considered the rarest of all Jackson 5/Jacksons releases, as not many albums were pressed and fewer were sold at the time.

Background and composition

In 1979, the Jacksons moved up in the Top 10 with the album Destiny, released by  Epic, and the hit "Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground)". Michael Jackson began recording Off the Wall that year, and Motown wanted to cash in on the newfound success with Boogie on the Natural Resources label.

Five of the seven songs are unpublished productions by Hal Davis; some are in the line of "Pride and Joy" on "Joyful Jukebox Music" as "I Was Made To Love Her" and "Love's Gone Bad". The sweetness of "One Day I'll Marry You", following the sessions for "Never Can Say Goodbye", might have its place in albums like Maybe Tomorrow and Got to Be There. "Oh, I've Been Blessed" is produced by Bobby Taylor, recorded in the early beginnings of Motown group. "Penny Arcade" is the vein of Lookin' Through the Windows.

Boogie, along with Joyful Jukebox Music, was distributed for a very short period, and the album remains the rarest of the Jackson 5. In 2004, it was available for a limited time from Hip-O Select, to complement Motown's 2001 "2 Albums on 1 CD" re-issue set of the Jackson 5's albums, on which some of these songs were issued as bonus tracks. Although only 5,000 copies were pressed, the album contains the previously unreleased full 15+ minute take of the song "Hum Along and Dance".[1] It is currently available for purchase on iTunes.[2]

Two of the tracks on Boogie, "Love's Gone Bad" and "I Was Made to Love Her", were later featured on Michael Jackson's 1986 compilation album, Looking Back to Yesterday.

Track listing

Side A
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Love's Gone Bad" (Originally by Chris Clark)Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland, Edward Holland, Jr.3:19
2."I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore" (Maybe Tomorrow sessions)Laura Burton, Pam Sawyer3:00
3."ABC" (Released on the ABC album)Berry Gordy, Jr., Alphonso Mizell, Freddie Perren, Deke Richards2:58
4."I Was Made to Love Her" (Originally by "Stevie Wonder" , ABC sessions)Henry Cosby, Sylvia Moy, Stevie Wonder4:16
5."One Day I'll Marry You" (Third Album sessions)Pam Sawyer, LaVerne Ware2:58
Side B
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
6."Never Can Say Goodbye" (Released on the Maybe Tomorrow album)Clifton Davis2:57
7."Oh, I've Been Bless'd" (Diana Ross Presents The Jackson 5 Sessions)Lena Manns, Frank Wilson2:50
8."Penny Arcade" (Lookin' Through the Windows Sessions)Mel Larson, Jerry Marcellino, Deke Richards2:41
9."Just Because I Love You" (Maybe Tomorrow Sessions)James W. Alexander, Willie Hutch3:14
10."Dancing Machine" (Released on the Get It Together album)Hal Davis, Don Fletcher, Dean Parks2:36

Personnel

Side A

on "Love's Gone Bad"

  • Written and Composed: Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland and Edward Holland, Jr.
  • Arrangement: David Blumberg
  • Lead vocals: Michael Jackson
  • Background vocals: The Jackson 5
  • Producer: Hal Davis

on "I Ain't Gonna Eat Out My Heart Anymore"

  • Written and Composed: Laurie Burton and Pam Sawyer
  • Arrangement: James Anthony Carmichael
  • Lead vocals: Michael Jackson
  • Background vocals: The Jackson 5
  • Producer: Hal Davis

on "ABC"

  • Written and Composed: The Corporation
  • Arrangement: The Corporation
  • Lead vocals: Michael Jackson, Jermaine Jackson and Jackie Jackson
  • Background vocals: The Jackson 5
  • Producer: The Corporation

on "I Was Made To Love Her"

  • Written and Composed: Henry Cosby, Sylvia Moy and Stevie Wonder
  • Arrangement: David Blumberg
  • Lead vocals: Michael Jackson
  • Background vocals: The Jackson 5
  • Producer: Hal Davis

on "One Day I'll Marry You"

  • Written and Composed: Pam Sawyer and LaVerne Ware
  • Arrangement: Gene Page
  • Lead vocals: Michael Jackson
  • Background vocals: The Jackson 5
  • Producer: Hal Davis

Side B

on "Never Can Say Goodbye"

  • Written and Composed: Clifton Davis
  • Arrangement: The Corporation, Gene Page and James Carmichael
  • Lead vocals: Michael Jackson
  • Background vocals: The Jackson 5
  • Producer: Hal Davis

on "Oh, I've Been Blessed"

  • Written and Composed: Lena Manns and Frank Wilson
  • Lead vocals: Michael Jackson
  • Background vocals: The Jackson 5
  • Producer: Bobby Taylor

on "Penny Arcade"

  • Written and composed: Mel Larson, Jerry Marcellino and Deke Richards
  • Lead vocals: Jermaine Jackson and Michael Jackson
  • Background vocals: The Jackson 5
  • Producers: Mel Larson and Jerry Marcellino

on "Just Because I Love You"

  • Written and composed: James W. Alexander and Willie Hutch
  • Arrangement: James Carmichael
  • Lead vocals: Jermaine Jackson and Michael Jackson
  • Background vocals: The Jackson 5
  • Producer: Hal Davis

on "Dancing Machine"

  • Written and composed: Hal Davis, Don Fletcher and Dean Parks
  • Arrangement: Arthur Wright
  • Bass: William Salter
  • Keyboards: Joe Sample
  • Drums: James Gadson
  • Lead vocals: Michael Jackson and Jermaine Jackson
  • Background vocals: The Jackson 5
  • Producer: Hal Davis

References

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