1. Can't Get Ready For Losing You (3:47)
2. You Ain't Giving Me What I Want (So I'm Taking It All Back) (4:21)
3. Reach Out I'll Be There (3:44)
4. I'm Glad It Rained (4:02)
5. A Fool For You (4:34)
6. It's Your Thing (3:40)
7. Everybody Is A Star (3:02)
8. I Need You (3:26)
9. You're The Only One (2:45)
10. Just A Little Misunderstanding (2:42)
11. Jamie (2:32)
12. Ask The Lonely (3:24)
13. We Can Have Fun (3:21)
14. I Hear A Symphony (2:33)
15. Let's Have A Party (3:11)
16. Love Scenes (2:39)
17. LuLu (2:40)
18. Money Honey (2:54)
19. Coming Home (3:06)
Production : Candace Bond & Amy Herot
Nineteen years after the release of Anthology, Motown finally tops that 33-track, three-LP compilation with this 82-track, four-and-a-half-hour, four-CD/cassette box set.
The Jackson 5 were long overdue for box set treatment, and this one is well done. All the hits by the group as well as those by Michael and Jermaine Jackson are here (that is, from 1969-1975, the J5's tenure at Motown), along with a representative sampling of album cuts.
The J5's albums were afterthoughts to their singles, but some of these songs are nevertheless interesting, whether the group is covering Sly and the Family Stone or Jackson Browne.
An entire disc is given over to previously unreleased or rare tracks from the Motown vaults. Taken together, it may be more than all but the most die-hard fan wants to hear, which may be why Motown rushed out yet another single-disc hits collection, The Ultimate Collection, a couple of months later.
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