1. I Am Love (7:18)
2. Whatever You Got, I Want (2:55)
3. She's A Rhythm Child (2:39)
4. Dancing Machine (2:36)
5. The Life Of The Party (2:34)
6. What You Don't Know (4:25)
7. If I Don't Love You This Way (3:28)
8. It All Begins And Ends With Love (3:07)
9. The Mirrors Of My Mind (2:59)
Released: September 1974
Production : Mel Larson / Jerry Marcellino
Dancing Machine was an album released by Motown quintet The Jackson 5 in 1974.
The song's title track was a #2 pop hit and a #1 R&B hit in the United States, briefly returning the group to their former prominence. The group released two singles from the album the funky "Whatever You Got, I Want" and the groups last top twenty hit "I Am Love".
Although the Jacksons were back on the charts, the brothers still complained of their artistic direction. Nonetheless, the album became another disco concept album for the group, and showcased lead singers Michael and Jermaine Jackson.
Around this time the Jacksons were performing in Las Vegas with the rest of the family leaving this album with low promotion.
For a brief time, it seemed as if the magic was back between Motown and the Jackson 5. The title track was their best up-tempo hit since "ABC," and put them back on top of the R&B charts for the first time in three years.
It just missed topping the pop charts as well, peaking at number two. They even got a second chart hit from the album, and it restored their position within the pop and R&B communities.
Dancing Machine / Itís too late to change the time
Whatever you got, I want / I canít quit your love
I am love - Part 1 / I am love - Part 2
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