1. Music's Takin' Over (4:25)
2. Goin' Places (4:29)
3. Different Kind of Lady (3:34)
4. Even Though You're Gone (4:31)
5. Jump for Joy (4:42)
6. Heaven Knows I Love You, Girl (3:55)
7. Man of War (3:12)
8. Do What You Wanna (3:30)
9. Find Me a Girl (4:34)Released: October 1977
Production : Kenneth Gamble & Leon Huff
The Jacksons move to Epic regenerated their enthusiasm and spirit for several years. The Gamble/Huff team brought them fresh material and new production ideas, as well as better tracks and arrangements than they'd gotten in quite a while on Motown.
Goin' Places was The Jacksons' second album for CBS Records' Philadelphia International subsidiary. It was released in 1977, the year before the family group moved to Epic Records in 1978 for their return to mainstream success.
This album did spawn the Disco-hit "Different Kind of Lady" written by the Jacksons.
That song gave the brothers the confidence to decided to write and produce a whole album by themselves.
This album got them R&B and pop hits and kept the family act in the spotlight for a little while longer.
This is considered their lowest selling album next to 2300 Jackson Street.
Goiní places / Do What You Wanna
Different Kind Of Lady / Find Me a Girl
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