Lookin' Through the Windows is the sixth studio album by the Jackson 5, released on the Motown label in May 1972. The album sold . million copies worldwide. Lookin' Through the Windows marks the beginning of lead singer Michael's vocal change, from the boy soprano who fronted the Jackson 5's early hits, to the tenor who would later become a successful solo artist. Though he could still reach his famed high notes, his voice was filling out, allowing him to also reach lower registers.
Jackson Delta - Lookin' Back. The Writers' Group of Peterborough. Allie and I just got back from a road trip to Virginia for a writing retreat and it was amazing. The trip made me realize how much opportunity there is around us if we only just open ourselves up to it!.
Printer die-cut card inner sleeve. Hype sticker on shrink wrap of new copies. Includes voucher to download MP3 version of the album. Código de Barras e Outros Identificadores.
Jackson 5 I Want You Back! Unreleased Masters. Michael Jackson The Remix Suite. The songs were recorded in the early 70s, and, excepted Farewell My Summer Love and I Was Made To Love Her (which appeared on the rare album Boogie) they are all unreleased. Surprisingly, "Looking Back To Yesterday" wasn't promoted a lot, and consequently, didn't obtain the success of Farewell My Summer Love. No single was released, except in Canada, where Love's Gone Bad (w/B I Hear A Symphony) was released as a promo single, and is a great rarity.
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The album cover shows Creedence Clearwater Revival's rehearsal space, which is not their original digs: they started rehearsing in a shed in the backyard of their drummer Doug Clifford's house. Clifford once said it was "better than working in a factory," so their rehearsal rooms became known as "The Factory. Clifford's nickname was Cosmo, so this space was known as "Cosmo's Factory. John Fogerty played a bit of dobro on this track
|A2||Fool In Love||3:37|
|A3||Goin' Back To Memphis||3:40|
|A5||Honey, What's Wrong With You||4:00|
|A6||My Ears Keep Hearing Voices||3:00|
|A7||Little Sister's Gonna Be Alright||2:54|
|B1||The Feel Of Uncertainty||3:45|
|B3||Unpaid Bills Blues||3:15|
|B4||I Sleep With A Ghost||5:00|
|B5||Crazy (About You)||3:30|