The Motown Years (also known as The Motown Years 50) is a 3-disc compilation box set by American singer Michael Jackson and the group The Jackson 5, released on September 9, 2008, by Motown Records and Universal Music Group to celebrate Jackson's 50th birthday.
- September 9, 2008
In 1975, Forever, Michael is the teenager’s fourth, final solo venture for Motown, as he and his brothers – save for Jermaine – head for the exit door and sign with Epic Records. Forever, Michael includes “One Day In Your Life,” a song destined to be No. 1 in the U.K.– more than six years later.
The Motown Years Review by Andy Kellman Looking at the cover, which shows Michael and none of his four brothers, one wouldn’t get the idea that this three-disc set is two-thirds Jackson 5 material. While Michael obviously features prominently in the Jackson 5 songs on The Motown Years, he gets one disc to himself.
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