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Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever (25-03-1983)Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever

Motown 25: Yesterday, Today and Forever was a television special produced by Suzanne de Passe for Motown Records, to commemorate Motown's twenty-fifth year of existence.

The program was taped before a live studio audience at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California on March 25th, 1983 and broadcast on NBC on May 16. Among its highlights were a the Jackson 5 reunion and Michael Jackson's iconic performance of 'Billie Jean'.

Michael and his brothers, including Jermaine, re-form as the Jackson 5 for a medley of 'I Want You Back', 'The Love You Save', 'Never Can Say Goodbye' and 'I'll Be There'. Michael perform 'Billie Jean', the people see for the first time the famous moonwalk.

Performance list:

1. Medley: I Want You Back / The Love You Save / Never Can Say Goodbye / I'll Be There - 6:41
2. Billie Jean - Michael Jackson - 5:04

Year: 25-03-1983
Broadcasted: NBC television network in the States on May 16th, 1983.
Playing time: 21:25 minutes


Tonight Show With Freddie Prinze (21-06-1976)Tonight Show With Freddie Prinze

The Tonight Show was a talk show hosted by Freddie Prinze under the Tonight Show. Freddie Prinze was an American actor and stand-up comedian. He was best known as the star of Chico and the Man. He appeared on and guest hosted The Tonight Show on several other occasions.

On June 21st, 1976 – The Jackson 5 are interviewed by Freddie Prinze and perform a medley: 'Without A Song', 'You've Got A Friend', 'Behind Closed Doors', 'You've Made Me So Very Happy', 'You Are The Sunshine Of My Life', 'You And Me Against The World'. Michael singing a very amazing song 'Happy'.

Performance list:

1. Medley: Without A Song / You've Got A Friend / Behind Closed Doors / You've Made Me So Very Happy / You Are The Sunshine Of My Life / You And Me Against The World - 6:00
2. Interview with the group - 2:36
3. Happy - Michael Jackson - 4:19

Year: 21-06-1976
Broadcasted: NBC television network in the States
Playing time: 13:08 minutes


Dinah! (16-06-1976)Dinah!

The Dinah Shore Show was an afternoon chat program hosted by Dinah Shore. She had an amazing array of group on this show, namely The Jackson 5. They did a interview during the show, they talk about there visit to the Philippines and Michael talk about his songs and vacation.

On June 16th, 1976 – The Jackson 5 perform with Dinah the song 'De De Doo'. Michael performed solos of 'One Day In Your Life' and 'We're Almost There'.

There's also a long interview with the Jackson 5 & Michael during this show.

Performance list:

1. De De Doo with Dinah Shore - 1:55
2. Interview with the group - 14:07
3. One Day In Your Life - Michael Jackson - 3:57
4. We're Almost There - Michael Jackson - 3:43
5. Interview with Michael - 2:46

Year: 16-06-1976
Broadcasted: Television show out of Philadelphia (USA)
Playing time: 27:15 minutes


Rich Little Show (16-02-1976)Rich Little Show

The Rich Little Show was an American television talk show on NBC. Impressionist Rich was the host and star of this comedy variety show. This episode contains monologue, comedy sketch, and performance of the Jackson 5.

On February 16th, 1976 – The Jackson 5, minus Jermaine, take part in a couple of skits and perform 'Forever Came Today'.

Performance list:

1. Comedy sketch with Rich Little - 2:49
2.
Comedy sketch with Rich Little - 3:02
3. Comedy sketch with Rich Little - 2:29

4. Forever Came Today - 2:42

Year: 16-02-1976
Broadcasted: NBC television network in the States
Playing time: 12:08 minutes


Carol Burnett Show (21-01-1976)Carol Burnett Show

The Carol Burnett Show was a sketch comedy television show starring Carol Burnett, Harvey Korman, Vicki Lawrence, Lyle Waggoner, and Tim Conway. It originally ran on CBS Television City's Studio 33. With such famous guest stars as The Jackson 5 to bring entertainment into the living rooms of Americans all over the country.

On January 21st ,1976 with an absent Jermaine, the Jackson 5 introduce themselves with a song and perform 'Forever Came Today' plus 'Body Language (Do The Love Dance)'.

Performance list:

1. Anybody Named Jackson Is A Friend Of Mine - Carol Burnett and Jackson 5 - 2:10
2.
Forever Came Today - 4:29
3. Body Language (Do The Love Dance) - 3:40

Year: 21-01-1976
Broadcasted: CBS television City's Studio 33 in the States
Playing time: 11:02 minutes


Mike Douglas Show (11-12-1975)Mike Douglas Show

The Mike Douglas Show was an American daytime television talk show hosted by Mike Douglas, the program was initially aired live on KYW-TV.

The program featured light banter with guests as The Jackson 5. Instead of an opening comedic monologue (as was the case with The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, for example), Douglas, given his vocalist background, would begin each show by singing a popular song for the audience.

On December 11th, 1975 – The Jackson 5 performed 'All I Do Is Think Of You'.

Performance list:

1. All I Do Is Think Of You - 3:30

Year: 11-12-1975
Broadcasted: KYW-TV television network in the States
Playing time: 3:30 minutes


Soultrain (05-10-1975)Soultrain

Soul Train was in the year 1975 an American musical variety show on CBC, channel 5 that primarily featured performances by R&B, soul, and hip hop artists, although funk, jazz, disco, and gospel artists have also appeared.

The series was created by Don Cornelius, who also served as its first host and executive producer.

On October 5th, 1975 – The Jackson 5 performed 'Forever Came Today' and 'All I Do Is Think Of You'. Michael performed solos of 'Just A Little Bit Of You', 'One Day In Your Life' and 'We’ve Got Forever'. Also includes interview with Michael.

Performance list:

1. Forever Came Today - 3:30
2. All I Do Is Think Of You - 3:00
3. Just A Little Bit Of You - Michael Jackson - 3:08

4. Interview with Michael - 2:11
5. One Day In Your Life - Michael Jackson - 3:48
6. We’ve Got Forever - Michael Jackson - 3:09

Year: 05-10-1975
Broadcasted: CBS, channel 5 television network in the States
Playing time: 20:37 minutes


American Bandstand (28-06-1975)American Bandstand

American Bandstand, out of Philadelphia, became the highest rated local daytime TV show in the nation.
The show featured in 1975 teenagers dancing to Top 40-type music introduced by Clark
.

On June 28th, 1975 – The Jackson 5 chats with Dick Clark, she talks about how many times they dancing at home. Michael talk about the album 'Moving Violation'.
The Jackson 5 perform 'Dancing Machine' and 'Moving Violation'. Also includes a solo performance from Michael of 'Just A Little Bit Of You'.

Performance list:

1. Dancing Machine - 3:02
2. Interview with the group - 1:49
3. Moving Violation - 3:00
4. Just A Little Bit Of You - Michael Jackson - 3:08
5. Interview with Michael - 0:40

Year: 28-06-1975
Broadcasted: CBS television in the States
Playing time: 11:58 minutes


Dinah! (16-06-1975)Dinah!

The Dinah Shore Show was an afternoon chat program hosted by Dinah Shore. She had an amazing array of group on this show, namely The Jackson 5. They did a long interview during the show, they talk about there relations, how many records they sold, about the album 'Moving Violation' and fans ask questions.

The show also displayed Michael's talent as a budding artist. His work was put on show for the audience and viewers at home. On view were two wonderful sketches he had done of Miss Jane Pitman and Charlie Chaplin.

On June 16th, 1975 – The Jackson 5 perform 'Moving Violation' and 'Forever Came Today'.

Michael performed solo the number 'One Day In Your Life' and 'You are My Sunshine', a duet with Dinah. Randy and Janet perform 'Love is Strange'.

Performance list:

1. Moving Violation - 2:46
2. Interview with the group - 15:39
3. Love Is Strange - Randy and Janet Jackson - 1:56
4. Interview with the group - 10:14
5. One Day In Your Life - Michael Jackson - 3:43
6. You Are My Sunshine - Michael Jackson (Duet with Dinah) - 2:45
7. Interview with the group and fans ask questions- 9:03
8. Forever Came Today - 1:46

Year: 16-06-1975
Broadcasted: Television show out of Philadelphia (USA)
Playing time: 51:39 minutes


Cher Show (16-03-1975)Cher Show

The Cher Show was a variety show that premiered on CBS, it was hosted by singer-actress, Cher. The Show was an instant ratings smash featured comedy skits, and comedic field reports. Cher would also perform her favorite songs along with a live band.
They had many guest on the show such as The Jackson 5.

On March 16th, 1975 with help from Janet, Cher introduces a performance from The Jackson 5 of 'I Am Love'. The Jackson 5 take part in comedy skit and also perform as a choir singing 'The World Is A Mess'. At last Cher joins them in an amazing 'medley' of their hits.

Performance list:

1. I Am Love - 3:19
2. Comedy sketch with Cher - 0:32

3. The World Is A Mess - 1:40
4. Medley with Cher: I Want You Back / I'll Be There / I Never Can Say Goodbye / The Love You Save / Dancing Machine - 5:28

Year: 16-03-1975
Broadcasted: CBS television network in the States
Playing time: 11:34 minutes


Carol Burnett Show (25-01-1975)Carol Burnett Show

The Carol Burnett Show was a sketch comedy television show starring Carol Burnett, Harvey Korman, Vicki Lawrence, Lyle Waggoner, and Tim Conway. It originally ran on CBS Television City's Studio 33. With such famous guest stars as The Jackson 5 to bring entertainment into the living rooms of Americans all over the country, the long-running show was nominated for many Emmy's and won quite a few.

On January 25th, 1975 – The Jackson 5 performed at the Carol Burnett Show with two numbers, 'The Life Of The Party' and 'Tribute to Mills Brothers, Andrews Sisters, Supremes, Sonny and Cher' ('Bei Mir Bist Du Schon', 'Yakety Yak', 'Stop! In The Name Of Love' and 'Dancing Machine').

Performance list:

1. The Life Of The Party - 2:43
2. Tribute to Mills Brothers, Andrews Sisters, Supremes, Sonny and Cher ('Bei Mir Bist Du Schon', 'Yakety Yak', 'Stop! In The Name Of Love' and 'Dancing Machine'). - 8:31

Year: 25-01-1975
Broadcasted: CBS television City's Studio 33 in the States
Playing time: 12:38 minutes


Tonight Show With Johnny Carson (15-11-1974)Tonight Show With Johnny Carson

The Tonight Show was a talk show hosted by Johnny Carson under the Tonight Show. Carson did not originally own the rights to his show, but was eventually able to negotiate full ownership in 1980 during a protracted contract dispute with NBC. At the time, the Tonight Show generated almost a fifth of the network's profit from advertising revenue.

His sidekick who was famous for introducing Carson with the line "Here's Johnny.

On November 15th, 1974 – The Jackson 5 are interviewed by Johnny Carson and perform 'It's Too Late To Change The Time' and 'Dancing Machine'.

Performance list:

1. It's Too Late To Change The Time - 2:30
2. Interview with the group - ?
3. Dancing Machine - ?

Year: 15-11-1974
Broadcasted: NBC television network in the States
Playing time: 2:30 minutes


Sonny Comedy Revue (22-09-1974)Sonny Comedy Revue

After "The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour" was canceled following the breakup of the marriage, Sonny Bono hosted his own variety show on ABC. The series should have worked better than it did, since Sonny brought with him the same writers, producers, and cast from previous show.

On September 22nd, 1974 – The Jackson 5 perform 'The Life Of The Party'.

Performance list:

1. The Life Of The Party - ?

Year: 22-09-1974
Broadcasted: ABC television network in the States
Playing time: ? minutes


Jerry Lewis Telethon (09-1974)Jerry Lewis Telethon

The Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon (also known as The Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon) is hosted by actor and comedian, Jerry Lewis to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA), syndicated to approximately 190 television stations throughout the United States.

With 150 "Love Network" stations in tow, the telethon moved to Las Vegas, Nevada, where it originated at the Sahara Hotel.

In September 1974 – The Jackson 5 perform 'Dancing Machine'.

Performance list:

1. Dancing Machine - 3:35

Year: 09-1974
Broadcasted: 190 television stations throughout the States
Playing time: 3:35 minutes


Merv Griffin Show (03-09-1974)Merv Griffin Show

The Merv Griffin Show was an American television talk show on NBC hosted by Merv Griffin.
Merv always began each episode with a brief introduction to which he occasionally sang a song. The Jackson 5 appeared on the show for an interview with Merv. Overall, the program was broadcast from Los Angeles, but the program was often recorded in Las Vegas.

On September 3rd, 1974 – The Jackson 5 are interviewed by Merv Griffin and perform 'Dancing Machine' and Janet makes her TV debut playing her Las Vegas act with Randy.

Performance list:

1. Interview with the group - 7:55
2. Dancing Machine - 4:19

Year: 03-09-1974
Broadcasted: NBC television network in Los Angeles
Playing time: 12:14 minutes


Tonight Show With Bill Cosby (19-08-1974)Tonight Show With Bill Cosby

The Tonight Show was an American late-night talk show that has aired on NBC. It is the longest currently running regularly scheduled entertainment program in the United States. This Tonight Show was hosted by American comedian Bill Cosby.

On August 19th, 1974 – The Jackson 5 including Randy are interviewed by Bill Cosby and perform 'Dancing Machine' and a special live 'medley' featuring 'Killing Me Softly', 'By The Time I Get To Phoenix' and 'Danny Boy'.

Performance list:

1. Dancing Machine - 2:26
2. Interview with the group - 7:36
3.
Medley: Killing Me Softly / By The Time I Get To Phoenix / Danny Boy - 5:12

Year: 19-08-1974
Broadcasted: NBC television network in the States
Playing time: 15:49 minutes

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