The Jacksons - Live at the Rainbow mp3 downloadPerformer: The Jacksons
Title: Live at the Rainbow
Style: Soul,Smooth Soul
Size MP3 version: 1925 mb
Size FLAC version: 1365 mb
Size WMA version: 1432 mb
Format: MIDI MP2 VQF VOX MPC MP4
The Jacksons - Live at the Rainbow mp3 download
The Jacksons are The First Family of Music.
The group’s second album with Gamble And Huff, Goin’ Places, heralded a definite decline in popularity. Destiny saw the Jacksons reassert control over writing and production, and produced a string of worldwide hit singles. Blame It on The Boogie’ caught the mood of the burgeoning disco market, while the group’s self-composed ‘Shake Your Body (Down To The Ground)’ signalled Michael Jackson’s growing artistic maturity. The success of Michael’s first adult solo venture, Off The Wall in 1979, switched his attention away from the group. Between 1981 and the release of Victory in 1984, Michael issued Thriller, which regularly heads the bestselling album of all time list.
Live at the Forum is a live album by the Jackson 5. It was released on June 21, 2010. The concerts were recorded on June 20, 1970 and August 26, 1972 at The Forum, in Inglewood, California. The 1970 show was a record-breaking show of over 18,000 attending. Only having two albums and a couple of singles out, the band were able to draw such a big crowd. This concert is an example of a very early part of their career.
The Jacksons is the eleventh studio album by the Jacksons, the band's first album for CBS and under the name "the Jacksons," following their seven-year tenure at Motown as "the Jackson 5". Jackson 5 member Jermaine Jackson stayed with Motown when his brothers broke their contracts and left for Epic, and he was replaced by youngest Jackson brother Randy. The album was released in 1976 for Epic Records and Philadelphia International Records as a joint venture.
Live (CD, Album, RE). Epic, Epic, Epic. 466837 2, 02-466837-10, EPC 466837 2.
Recorded live at the Beacon Theater in New York City, NY, USA on November 12th, 1975. DISC 1. 1. Do You Close Your Eyes. 3. Catch the Rainbow. 4. Sixteenth Century Greensleeves. 5. Man on the Silver Mountain. DISC 2. Stargazer. 2. A Light in the Black. Intro: Over the Rainbow.
The Jacksons Live! is a live album by The Jacksons. It was released on November 11, 1981 by Epic Records. The album was recorded during their North American tour in fall 1981, known as the Triumph Tour. The live double album was culled from recordings made on the tour's stops in Buffalo, New York; Providence, Rhode Island; Atlanta and New York City The 1981 live show featured songs from the group's album Triumph, two songs from Destiny, a medley of their Motown hits, and five songs from lead singer Michael&apo.
Rainbow - Straight Between The Eyes (1982).
Live at the Rainbow is a live album by English rock band Queen. It was released in September 2014 as a single CD, a double CD, a DVD, a SD Blu-ray and a quadruple vinyl. It was recorded in London at the Rainbow Theatre on 31 March and 20 November 1974, which the concert was recorded during the Queen II Tour and Sheer Heart Attack Tours. The November show was released in part on Box of Tricks (VHS) in 1992. The DVD/SD Blu-ray has four bonus tracks from the March show.
It's easy to forget, in the wake of a decade of bizarre behavior, rumors, and innuendo surrounding Michael Jackson that the Jacksons were once known solely for being a major music franchise. This live album, which was pretty obscure in its original double-LP vinyl version, is a reminder of how great an act they were, and captures what was just about the end of Michael Jackson's work with the family group, all of it very much on a high-note.
|1||Dancing Machine||The Jacksons|
|2||Things I Do for You Jermaine Jackson / Michael Jackson / Randy Jackson / Tito Jackson||The Jacksons|
|3||Ben Donald Black / Walter Scharf||The Jacksons|
|4||Keep on Dancing Dexter Wansel||The Jacksons|
|5||ABC Berry Gordy, Jr. / Alphonso Mizell / Freddie Perren / Deke Richards||The Jacksons|
|6||The Love You Save||The Jacksons|
|7||Enjoy Yourself Leon Huff||The Jacksons|
|8||Destiny Jermaine Jackson / Michael Jackson / Randy Jackson / Tito Jackson||The Jacksons|
|9||Goin' Places Kenny Gamble / Leon Huff||The Jacksons|
CreditsDonald Black - Composer
Kenny Gamble - Composer
Berry Gordy, Jr. - Composer
Leon Huff - Composer
The Jackson 5 - Primary Artist
Jermaine Jackson - Composer
Michael Jackson - Composer
Randy Jackson - Composer
Tito Jackson - Composer
The Jacksons - Performer, Primary Artist
Alphonso Mizell - Composer
Freddie Perren - Composer
Deke Richards - Composer
Walter Scharf - Composer
Dexter Wansel - Composer