Katie Jackson Research Paper

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The Jackson 5 sound is unlike any other and their dancing is phenomenal. Once again, in 1934, “Dancing Machine” one of the group’s last big hits for Motown records, reached #1 on the R&B chart and #2 on the Pop chart. Finally, after many years, Katie Jackson, mother of nine Jackson’s, comes into play and persuades Michael and his brothers to participate in the Victory Tour of ’83. In 1970, “I Want You Back”, “ABC”, “The Love You Save” and “I’ll be There” became four consecutive #1 hits in a nine month period. Joe decided to break from Motown records, for family unity, and sign with Epic Records, yet Jermaine felt that his father-in-law’s business had done so much for the group and refused to sign the contract. Thus, Jermaine Jackson left

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