Collection / Official / The Jackson 5 CD-Singles
Big Boy (Limited Edition)
The ex-boss Ben Brown of Steeltown Records had find again the lost tapes with the both first numbers of The Jackson 5. Afterwards he had sold them to a record label Inverted, under the guidance of John Kenneth.
On June 13th,1995 they have made a new limited edition of 250.000 copies for the whole world in the form of a numbered cd-single with certificate of authenticity.
This souvenir-edition contains 'Big Boy' & 'You've Changed'.
My (limited edition) cd-single is printed in the USA with the series number: 705245-1228-2.
1. Big Boy - 2:56
2. You've Changed - 2:33
Record label: Inverted
Series number: 705245-1228-2
Guide price: 20 €
Who's Lovin' You (Promo)
A promo single (short for promotional single) is a single that is made available to radio stations and nightclubs, a recording that is or soon will be commercially available'.
'Who's Lovin' You' of The Jackson 5 is a Motown soul song, written in 1960 by Smokey Robinson. The song has been recorded by The Miracles, who recorded the 1960 original version.
The most famous version is attributed to The Jackson 5. A live version was released through Motown as a promo single in October 1992 to compliment the soundtrack to The Jacksons: 'An American Dream'. The recording was an outtake from the 'Going Back To Indiana' concert in 1971.
My (promo) cd-single is printed in the USA with the series number: 374631066-2.
1. Who's Lovin' You (Live) (Radio Edit) - 4:02
2. Who's Lovin' You (Live) (Album Version) - 5:40
3. Who's Lovin' You (Live) (Original Version) - 3:42
Record label: Motown
Series number: 374631066-2
Guide price: 11 €
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