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  • 1. The Jackson 5!!! By: Paige Walker & Tariq Spence
  • 2. Group Members!!
    • Jermaine, Jackie, Michael, Marlon, Tito
  • 3. About them!!!
    • They are from Gary, Indiana
    • They started their career in 1966.
    • They played many types of music such as R&B, Soul, Funk, and later Disco.
  • 4. Why They Were So Famous
    • They Created careers for their lead singers Michael and Jermaine Jackson.
    • They signed on to a Motown album from 1968 t0 1975.
    • They were one of the most popular groups on the label and became the first recording act to have their first four major label singles ("I Want Your Back", "ABC", "The Love You Save", and "I'll Be There"). This made the go to the top on the American Charts.
  • 5. Mark On Rock !!!!
    • In May 6, 1997 The Jackson 5 were Brought into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. (“At the twelfth annual induction dinner”). Diana Ross is their presenter.
  • 6. Major Events During Their Greatness!!
    • “ First Super Bowl
    • Six-Day War in the Middle East
    • Stalin's Daughter Defects
    • Three U.S. Astronauts Killed During Simulated Launch
    • American Soldiers Accused of Murdering Entire Town of Vietnamese Civilians
    • Aswan High Dam Completed
    • Beatles Break Up
    • Computer Floppy Disks Introduced
    • Palestinian Group Hijacks Five Planes”
  • 7. Did these World Events Affect their Music???
    • To us we don’t think it really affected their music because they were young and had to much on their mind to let adult stuff affect them.
    • They still became number one on the charts and became part of the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame so we don’t think there is much affecting their music except for family problems.
  • 8. Song Titles!!
    • "Big Boy"/"You've Changed," Steeltown, 1968.
    • "We Don't Have To Be Over 21 (To Fall In Love)"/"Jam Session," Steeltown, c. 1968.
    • "I Want You Back," Motown, 1969.
    • "ABC," Motown, 1970.
    • "The Love You Save," Motown, 1970.
    • "I'll Be There," Motown, 1970.
    • "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town," Motown, 1970.
    • (As the Ripples & Waves) "Let Me Carry Your School Books"/"I Never Had A Girl," Steeltown, c. 1971.
    • "Mama's Pearl," Motown, 1971.
    • "Never Can Say Goodbye," Motown, 1971.
    • "Maybe Tomorrow," Motown, 1971.
    • "Sugar Daddy," Motown, 1971.
    • "Little Bitty Pretty One," Motown, 1972.
    • "Lookin' Through The Windows," Motown, 1972.
    • "The Corner Of The Sky," Motown, 1972.
    • "Hallelujah Day," Motown, 1973.
    • "Get It Together," Motown, 1973.
    • "Dancing Machine," Motown, 1974.
    • "Whatever You Got, I Want," Motown, 1974.
    • "I Am Love," Motown, 1974.
    • "Forever Came Today," Motown, 1975.
    • Singles; as the Jacksons "Enjoy Yourself," Epic, 1976.
    • "Show You The Way To Go," Epic, 1977.
    • "Goin' Places," Epic, 1977.
    • "Different Kind Of Lady," Epic, 1978.
    • "Blame It On The Boogie," Epic, 1978.
    • "Shake Your Body (Down To The Ground)," Epic, 1979.
    • "Lovely One," Epic, 1980.
    • "Heartbreak Hotel," Epic, 1980.
    • "Can You Feel It," Epic, 1981.
    • "Walk Right Now," Epic, 1981.
    • "State of Shock," Epic, 1984.
    • "Torture," Epic, 1984.
    • "Body," Epic, 1984.
    • "Nothin' (That Compares 2 U)," Epic, 1989.
    • "2300 Jackson Street," Epic, 1989.
    • ABC Motown, 1970.
  • 9.  
  • 10. Work Cited!!
    • http://members.aol.com/mikeljaxn/jacksons/jfive.htm
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Jackson_5
    • http://www.musicianguide.com/biographies/1608001600/Jackson-5-The.html
    • http://www.rockhall.com/inductee/the-jackson-five
    • http://history1900s.about.com/library/time/bltime1960.htm