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Goin' Places
Goin' Places
The Jacksons
Released October 18, 1977
Recorded December 1976 – August 1977 at Sigma Sound Studios, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Length 36:52
Label Epic Records

Philadelphia International Records

Produced by Kenneth Gamble, Leon Huff, McFadden & Whitehead, Victor Carstarphen, Dexter Wansel, and The Jacksons

Goin' Places is The Jacksons 2nd album. Released in October 18, 1977, this would be the last Jacksons album released as a joint venture between Epic Records and Philadelphia International Records. By 1978, The Jacksons would record primarily with Epic and would return to mainstream success with their next album, Destiny.[1]

Track listing

  1. Music's Takin' Over
  2. Goin' Places
  3. Different Kind of Lady
  4. Even Though You're Gone
  5. Jump for Joy
  6. Heaven Knows I Love, Girl
  7. Man of War
  8. Do What You Wanna
  9. Find Me a Girl

Charts

The album peaked at #63 on the Billboard 200, and at #11 on the Billboard R&B albums chart and sold over half a million copies worldwide.

Trivia

This is considered their lowest-selling album next to 2300 Jackson Street.

References

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