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Today in MJJ HIStory


1971Goin’ Back to Indiana, a live/soundtrack album by The Jackson 5 for Motown Records, was released.

The album features tracks from J5’s September 16, 1971 ABC TV special of the same name. It also featured tracks recorded by the J5 during their May 29 “homecoming” concert in Gary, Indiana (hence, both the show title and name of 1970 song that appeared on Third Album). The album went on to sell 2.6 million copies worldwide and reached #5 in R & B, and #15 overall in Billboard.

The album contains new versions of I Want You Back and Maybe Tomorrow, the second part of the album features a live performance of the Jackson 5, so-called performance recorded during their visit to Gary, May 29, 1971.
*Serious doubts are regularly raised as to the reality of this information. Indeed, May 29, 1971, the J5 were not Gary, but in Indianapolis. It could be that the concert was recorded in Indianapolis, but Motown, to maintain the myth of the great return to Gary, would simply deliberately erroneous information.

1979 Off The Wall (LP) enters the Top 60 albums chart in UK peaking at #5 and remains on the charts for an astounding one hundred and seventy-three weeks!

1984The Jacksons performs Victory tour at JFK Stadium in Philadelphia [Pennsylvania, USA] attending 60,000 fans.


Hey magazine[Turkey] featured Michael on their cover.

1986 – A new line of Michael Jackson children’s clothes is launched at the Palladium nightclub in New York. Manufactured by Entertainment Properties Inc. all the clothes carry the MJ monogram.

1987Rock & Pop magazine[Argentina] featured Michael on their cover.

1994 – Michael Jackson’s album “Thriller” was certified 24 times Platinum, the album “Bad” was certified 8 times Platinum and the album “Dangerous” was certified 6 times Platinum.

2001 – Entertainment Weekly magazine featured MJ on the cover.

Are You Ready For Jacko?
The King of Pop is Back – And as wacko as ever!
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2006 – Michael & Debbie have reached a confidential settlement over their 3 years long dispute regarding Debbie’s visitation rights on Prince & Paris & money compensation.

Michael who is still in Ireland with Grace & the kids has recently met with hip hop producer Ron Feemster & his uncle/manager Charles Stanton to discuss possible collaboaration on his his album.

He also asked Teddy Rilley and Will I AM from the Black Eyed Peas to work on new songs for him.

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