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Sandy in Disneyland (10-04-1974)Sandy in Disneyland

Sandy in Disneyland is sponsored by McDonald's, the Jackson Five appear and sing an embarrassing Gilbert & Sullivan parody leading into a pre-recorded medley of their two hit singles. Sandy does not interact with the Jackson 5 at all.

Sandy Duncan was the Nabisco Triscuits spokeswoman and an acclaimed Broadway musical comedy star from the early 70's.

On April 10th, 1974 – The Jackson 5 in the Sandy Duncan Show, they take part in a skit onboard a ship dressed as sailors and perform a medley of 'I Want You Back' and 'ABC'.

Performance list:

1. Gilbert & Sullivan parody - 0:28
2.
Medley: I Want You Back / ABC - 2:16

Year: 10-04-1974
Broadcasted: CBS television network in the States
Playing time: 2:44 minutes


Merv Griffin Show (09-04-1974)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 April 9th, 1974 on the day of their first appearance in Las Vegas, The Jackson 5 plus Randy chat with Merv Griffin and perform two numbers, 'It's Too Late To Change The Time' and 'Dancing Machine'.

Performance list:

1. It's Too Late To Change The Time - 3:53
2. Interview with the group - 8:39
3. Dancing Machine - 2:44

Year: 09-04-1974
Broadcasted: NBC television network in Los Angeles
Playing time: 15:36 minutes


Tonight Show With Johnny Carson (04-04-1974)Tonight Show With Johnny Carson

The Tonight Show was a talk show hosted by Johnny Carson under the Tonight Show. These hilarious episode represent the very best show from over four decades of the most popular late-night show in history!

His sidekick who was famous for introducing Carson with the line "Here's Johnny". By the interview they discuss how they're not the only ones in the family with talent.

On April 4th, 1974, – The Jackson 5 are interviewed by Johnny Carson and perform 'Let It Be', 'Never Can Say Goodbye' and 'Dancing Machine'.

Performance list:

1. Let It Be - 0:47
2. Never Can Say Goodbye -2:04
3
. Interview with the group - 6:05
4. Dancing Machine - 3:26

Year: 04-04-1974
Broadcasted: NBC television network in the States
Playing time: 12:22 minutes


Mike Douglas Show (04-1974)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 April 3rd, 1974 – The Jackson 5 are interviewed and perform 'It's Too Late To Change The Time' and 'Dancing Machine'.

Performance list:

1. It's Too Late To Change The Time - 3:35
2. Interview with the group - 4:55
3. Dancing Machine - 2:20

Year: 03-04-1974
Broadcasted: KYW-TV television network in the States
Playing time: 10:50 minutes


Carol Burnett Show (16-03-1974)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 March 16th, 1974 – The Jackson 5 take part in a comedy skit at a music school which features a hilarious performance of 'This Old Man' / 'ABC' and perform 'Dancing Machine'.

Performance list:

1. Sketch & This Old Man - 6:30
2. ABC - 3:04
3. Dancing Machine - 2:26

Year: 16-03-1974
Broadcasted: CBS television City's Studio 33 in the States
Playing time: 12:00 minutes


Grammy Awards (02-03-1974)Grammy Awards

At the 16th Annual Grammy Awards (originally called the Gramophone Awards)—or Grammy's—are presented annually by the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences of the United States for outstanding achievements in the music industry, it was broadcast live on American television.

On March 2nd, 1974 – The Jackson 5 perform a medley of different songs 'Be What You Are', 'The Cisco Kid', 'Could It Be I'm Falling In Love', 'Love Train' and 'Midnight Train To Georgia' and present Gladys Knight & The Pips with a Grammy for the best Rhythm & Blues Vocal Performance by a duo, Group or Chorus for 'Midnight Train To Georgia'.

Performance list:

1. Medley: Be What You Are / The Cisco Kid / Could It Be I'm Falling In Love / Love Train / Midnight Train To Georgia - 2:46

Year: 02-03-1974
Broadcasted: American television network in the States
Playing time: 2:46 minutes


Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour (30-01-1974)Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour

The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour was an American variety show based on the married couple of American pop-singer Cher and her husband Sonny Bono. The show ran on CBS in the United States.

The show was a Top 20 hit in the ratings for its entire run. Each episode would open with the show's theme song, which would segue into the first few notes of 'The Beat Goes On'. Every episode, Sonny would exchange banter with Cher, who was usually very proficient in one-liners, allowing Cher to put down Sonny in a comic manner. Comedy skits would follow, mixed in with musical numbers. One of the regular cast members was The Jackson 5.

On January 30th, 1974 – The Jackson 5 take part in various comedy skits and perform 'Dancing Machine'.

Performance list:

1. Sketch - ?
2. Dancing Machine - 2:56

Year: 30-01-1974
Broadcasted: CBS television network in the States
Playing time: 2:56 minutes


One More Time - TV Special (10-01-1974)One More Time - TV Special

A musical evening of nostalgic music hosted by Pat Boone of old & new performers featuring the Jackson Five and the Mills Brothers in the One More Time - TV Special aired on CBS in the States.

On January 10th, 1974 – The Jackson 5 perform 'Get It Together', a 'medley' featuring 'I Want You Back', 'ABC', 'I’ll Be There', 'Ben', 'Daddy’s Home', 'Never Can Say Goodbye' and 'The Love You Save' and join the Mills Brothers in sing songs of 'Up a Lazy River' / 'Opus One'.

1. Get It Together - 1:26
2. Medley: I Want You Back / ABC / I’ll Be There /  Ben / Daddy’s Home / Never Can Say Goodbye / The Love You Save - 3:07
3. Medley: Up a Lazy River / Opus One (with the Mills Brothers) - 3:28

Performance list:

Year: 10-01-1974
Broadcasted: CBS television network in the States
Playing time: 9:04 minutes


The J5 On TUPI (1974)The J5 On TUPI

The year is 1974, Michael was 16 and together with his brothers he performed on the old Brazilian TV Channel, named TUPI.
She bring us the number 'Never Can Say Goodbye' and a solo number of Michael with 'Ben'.

1. Never Can Say Goodbye - ?
2. Ben - Michael Jackson - ?

Performance list:

Year: 1974
Broadcasted: Brazilian TV Channel
Playing time: ? minutes


Soultrain (03-11-1973)Soultrain

Soul Train was in the year 1973 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 November 3rd, 1973 – The Jackson 5 performed 'Dancing Machine', 'Get It Together' and 'Don't Say Goodbye Again', as well as answering audience questions. Papa Joe Jackson talked through a home movie of a party at their family home, Jermaine performed 'You're In Good Hands' and Michael performs 'With A Child's Heart'.

Performance list:

1. Dancing Machine - 3:18
2. Interview with Joe Jackson - 5:45
3. Interview with the group - 3:12

4. Get It Together - 2:46
5. Interview with the group - 1:21

6. You're In Good Hands - 2:44
7. Interview with Michael - 1:27
8. With A Child's Heart - Michael Jackson - 3:27
9. Don't Say Goodbye Again - 3:20

Year: 03-11-1973
Broadcasted: CBS, channel 5 television network in the States
Playing time: 34:24 minutes


Bob Hope Special (26-09-1973)Bob Hope Special

The Bob Hope Special was the longest-running television series of all time, the specials began to take on a 'big event' feel - each one more spectacular than the last, it was aired on NBC TV in the States.

On September 26th, 1973 – The Jackson 5 perform 'Get It Together' and 'Dancing Machine' and join Bob Hope in a spot of comedy chit-chat in 1973.

Performance list:

1. Get It Together - 2:29
2. Sketch - 2:43

3. Dancing Machine - 3:22

Year: 26-09-1973
Broadcasted: NBC television network in the States
Playing time: 8:49 minutes


Top of The Pops (09-11-1972)Top of The Pops

Top of the Pops, also known as TOTP, is a British music chart television programme, made by the BBC. It was traditionally shown every Thursday evening on BBC One, Each weekly programme consisted of performances from some of that week's best-selling popular music artists, with a rundown of that week's singles chart.

The Jackson 5 perform on November 9th, 1972 on Top Of The Pops 'Lookin' Through The Windows' and 'Rockin' Robin'.

Performance list:

1. Lookin' Through The Windows - ?
2. Rockin' Robin - 2:36

Year: 09-11-1972
Broadcasted: British television programme on BBC One
Playing time: 2:26 minutes


The Jackson 5 Show (05-11-1972)The Jackson 5 Show

The Jackson 5 Show, the second TV-special of the group, was been broadcast on November 5th, 1972 by CBS-TV while they were on tour in Europe.

Featuring group performances: medley of 'I Want You Back' / 'ABC' / 'I'll Be There' / 'The Love You Save' and 'Never Can Say Goodbye', as well as a solo performance from Michael with the number 'Ben' and a skit featuring an unreleased track 'Daydreamer'.

Performance list:

1. I Want You Back - 1:51
2. Sketch - 2:00
3. Ben - Michael Jackson -
2:53
4. Daydreamer with the Skit - 7:41
5.
Medley: ABC / I'll Be There / The Love You Save - 3:55
6. Never Can Say Goodbye - 1:00

Year: 05-11-1972
Broadcasted: CBS television network in the States
Playing time: 24:22 minutes


Royal Variety Show (30-10-1972)Royal Variety Show

The Royal Variety performance was a gala evening held annually in the London Palladium (UK), which is attended by senior members of the British Royal Family, Queen Mother, Princess Margaret and Princess Anne. The Jackson 5 was one of the performances that evening.

The Jackson 5 perform on October 30th, 1972 the songs 'I Want You Back', 'ABC', 'Rockin' Robin' and 'The Love You Save'.

Performance list:

1. I Want You Back - 1:32
2. ABC - 2:31
3. Rockin' Robin - 2:08

4. The Love You Save - 3:36

Year: 30-10-1972
Place: The London Palladium (UK)
Playing time: 10:45 minutes


Flip Wilson Show (26-10-1972)Flip Wilson Show

The Flip Wilson Show was a variety show that aired in the U.S. on NBC, the show starred American comedian Flip Wilson; the program was one of the first American television programs starring a black person in the title role to become highly successful with a white audience.

On October 26th, 1972 – The Jackson 5 perform 'Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing', Michael teaches Flip a lesson in Maths and Jermaine takes lead during a performance of 'That's How Love Goes', they act with Flip Wilson in two comedy sketches.

Performance list:

1. Comedy sketch with Flip Wilson - 4:00
2. Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing - 2:28
3. Comedy sketch with Flip Wilson - 2:04
4. That's How Love Goes - 3:32

Year: 26-10-1972
Broadcasted: NBS television network in the States
Playing time: 12:04 minutes


Soultrain (21-10-1972)Soultrain

Soul Train was in the year 1972 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 21st, 1972 – The Jackson 5 appeared on this edition of Soul Train to promote Jermaine's new album. Jermaine was interviewed and performed 'That's How Love Goes' and 'Daddy's Home' with his brothers taking up the job of backing singers and rejoins his brothers for a group interview and audience questions also they performed 'I Want You Back', 'Lookin' Through The Windows' and 'Corner Of The Sky'.

Performance list:

1. That's How Love Goes - 2:52
2. Interview with Jermaine - 0:33
3. I Want You Back - 2:39
4. Daddy's Home - 2:47
5. Lookin' Through The Windows - 3:26

6. Interview with the group - 1:38
7. Corner Of The Sky - 1:40

Year: 21-10-1972
Broadcasted: CBS, channel 5 television network in the States
Playing time: 18:11 minutes

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