Jacksons - Destiny - Michael Jackson - Canada Issue - Disco Funk - LP

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The Jacksons - Destiny

Label: Epic
Catalog#: PE 35552
Format: Vinyl, LP, Gatefold Sleeve
Vinyl: VG++ only very light scuffs, small writing in pen on one side of the label
Gatefold cover has light wear on edges

Country: Canada Issue
Released: 1978
Genre: Electronic, Funk / Soul
Style: Disco

Credits: Engineer - Don Murray , Peter Granet
Producer - Jacksons, The
Notes: Matrix numbers AL 35552 and BL 35552 appear on the labels.


Tracklisting:
A1 Blame It On The Boogie (3:34)
A2 Push Me Away (4:16)
A3 Things I Do For You (4:05)
A4 Shake Your Body (Down To The Ground) (7:59)

B1 Destiny (4:50)
B2 Bless His Soul (4:55)
B3 All Night Dancin' (6:09)
B4 That's What You Get (For Being Polite) (4:56)


Many people simply do not understand why this album is so good. Let me break it down. After leaving Motown (Last Album there was Moving Violation -- which was excellent by the way),

Jacksons moved over to Epic. Had 2 good albums, "The Jacksons" & "Going Places".

Both were not big sellers. Then they hit paydirt with this one.

This Album, I believe was released during their 10 year in show business. This had the funkiness that had always been in the Jacksons, but because of the bubble gum tunes that they had previously recorded, there true potential never came out.

"The Things I Do For You" -- Hey, who hasn't been there, you know you have been tired of someone who hasn't appreciated what you do. This is another groovin side.

"Blame it on the Boogie" makes you want to dance, but for those of us who REALLY REMEMBER -- (PRE "THRILLER" or "VICTORY") The Jacksons were some serious brothers. 10 foot afros, serious sequined jumpsuits, spins, dips, the woodpecker dance(Leg bent, bent over, head moving like a woodpecker, arm pointing straight out...this same move is recreated in the new movie with "Remember the Titans" with Denzel Washington, those of us who remember our roots do know about all of this). "Shake your Body Down To The Ground" is the song EVERYONE danced to ---Grandma, Uncle Billy, Cousin Jeff, Ned the wino, Miss Jane up the block, y'all know what I'm talking about. Hell everyone wanted to be the Jacksons! Even the Osmonds ripped them off when their barbershop quartet gig wasn't working!

If you really want to remember Black America as it was back in the day, community, family reunions, block parties, and loving you some Jacksons, get this Album. And really listen to the song "Destiny". It's a song that I think really captures what was in Michael's heart at the time. Reminiscence y'all.



The Jacksons - Destiny - on Midnight Special

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The Jacksons - Blame It on the Boogie - Midnight Special

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Format LP
Label Epic
Artist Michael Jackson