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Jermaine Jackson

Jermaine Jackson

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Let's Hear a Scream For the Jackson Five

Profile by Lillian Roxon, New York Sunday News, 17 June 1973

"Hey, Jackson Five fan! Look at all this outasight J-5 groovy good stuff you can order! Hurry! Send away today! Fast delivery! Money-back guarantee" ...

Jermaine Jackson: Just Jermaine!

Interview by David Nathan, Blues & Soul, 20 April 1976

Having experienced the whole J5 explosion, how are things with Jermaine Jackson since goin' out on his own? Well, seems things are pretty fine, as ...

Jermaine Jackson: My Name Is Jermaine (Tamla Motown)

Review by Roy Carr, New Musical Express, 15 January 1977

COULD BE that marrying the boss's daughter has caused Jermaine Jackson a few problems. Not only is the boss' son-in-law expected to try that much ...

Jermaine Jackson: Let's Get Serious (Motown STML 12127)

Review by Paul Sexton, Record Mirror, 17 May 1980

MEANWHILE, BACK at Motown... as Michael Jackson prepares to take over the cosmos with his Epic epic, big brother Jermaine launches his counterplot. ...

Diana Ross: Diana (Motown); Jermaine Jackson: Let's Get Serious (Motown)

Review by Danny Baker, New Musical Express, 14 June 1980

The hit factory calls in the new technology ...

Jermaine Jackson: Jermaine Jackson (Arista)

Review by J.D. Considine, Musician, July 1984

IF MICHAEL Jackson's public persona makes him out as a bit of a dreamer, there's always enough fire in his work to add an edge ...

The Jacksons: Victory — Tour de Force or Tour de Farce?

Report by John Abbey, Blues & Soul, 31 July 1984

John Abbey reports from backstage at the opening of The Jacksons' Victory Tour, the most eagerly awaited tour for many a long year. The organisation, ...

La Toya Jackson: Heart Don't Lie (Private I/CBS); Jermaine Jackson: Jermaine Jackson (Arista); The Jacksons: Victory (Epic)

Review by Laura Fissinger, Creem, October 1984

THROUGH A series of circumstances too bizarre to recount (even here!), CREEM has become the first national publication to locate and interview the lost Jackson ...

see also Jackson 5, The


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