Title: Goin' Places
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Goin' Places is the twelfth studio album by The Jacksons. It would be the last Jacksons' album released as a joint venture between Epic Records and Philadelphia International Records. Among the singles released from the album was the disco-hit "Different Kind of Lady" written by the group. Goin' Places peaked at No. 63 on the Billboard 200, and at No. 11 on the Billboard R&B albums chart and sold over half a million copies worldwide. A tour to promote the album ran from 22 January to 13 May 1978.
Produced by Leon Huff & Kenneth Gamble. I like the feelin' I get When I'm ridin' in a jet Say I'm goin' places I like the feelin' I get When I'm ridin' in a jet Say I'm goin' places I want to go to a different land I try my best to understand The different traditions And customs that people have The world is bigger than. I'm goin' places I like the feelin' I get When I'm ridin' in a jet Say I'm goin', goin', goin' Goin', goin', goin', goin', goin' The world is bigger than this ole town I wanna get my feet up off the ground I've saved up my money.
Or consider a donation? Yes. Going for the One. Utopia.
The Jacksons Music's takin' over ("Goin' places", 1977).
The Jacksons (album). The Jacksons is the twelfth studio album by The Jacksons, the band's first album for CBS and under the name "The Jacksons," following their seven-year tenure at Motown as "The Jackson 5". Jackson 5 member Jermaine Jackson stayed with Motown when his brothers broke their contracts and left for CBS; he was replaced by youngest Jackson brother Randy. The album was released in 1976 for Epic Records and Philadelphia International Records as a joint venture.
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