17.Medley: Sing a Simple Song / Can You Remember: Sing A Simple Song / Can You Remember - (live)
18.Doctor My Eyes
19.Little Bitty Pretty One
20.Lookin' Through the Windows
Tracks on Disc 2:
1.Corner of the Sky
4.Daddy's Home - (live)
5.Get It Together
6.Hum Along and Dance
7.Mama I Gotta Brand New Thing (Don't Say No)
8.It's Too Late to Change the Time
9.Dancing Machine - (original Lp version)
10.Whatever You Got, I Want
11.The Life of the Party
12.I Am Love
13.All I Do Is Think of You
14.Forever Came Today
15.We're Here to Entertain You
Song previews provided courtesy of iTunes
Liner Note Author: David Ritz.
Editor: Harry Weinger.
Arrangers: David Blumberg; Gene Marcellino; Gene Page; John Barber ; Mel Larson; Arthur Wright; David Van De Pitte; Bob West .
The Jackson 5's volume in Motown's Anthology series was a three-LP extravaganza boasting 33 of the quintet's greatest hits, plus room to collect a few solo hits (mostly from Michael). There's no need to argue with most of the inclusions here, while the long running time also permits a few gorgeous album tracks ("Don't Know Why I Love You," "Corner of the Sky"), and a few rare songs like "Teenage Symphony" and a version of the Supremes' "I Hear a Symphony" (credited to Michael but also featuring the other Jacksons). When it was re-released as two compact discs in 1986, Anthology featured 40 tracks, including a raft of solo hits from Michael, Jermaine, and even Jackie Jackson ("Love Don't Want to Leave"). In 2000, a radically revamped version of the original replaced both of these versions. ~ John Bush
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