Jermaine Jackson

Jermaine La Juane Jackson

Also known as J Jackson, J, Jackson, J. Jackson, J.Jackson, Jackson, Jermain Jackson, Jermaine
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Discography of Jermaine Jackson:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
351 Very Special Part 2 Audio 1982 Motown
352 Do You Remember Me? 2 Audio 1986 Arista
353 Don't Take It Personal 10 Audio 1989
354 Confesiones 2 Audio 1986 Sono-Rodven
355 That's How Love Goes 2 Audio 1972 Tamla Motown
356 Daddy's Home / Take Me In Your Arms (Rock Me For A Little While) 2 Audio 1972 Tamla Motown
357 My Name Is Jermaine 9 Audio 1976 Motown
358 Let's Get Serious 7 Audio 1980 Motown
359 I Like Your Style 10 Audio 1981 Motown
360 Jermaine 9 Audio 1980 Motown
361 Let Me Tickle Your Fancy 2 Audio 1982 Motown
362 When The Rain Begins To Fall 2 Audio 1984 Curb Records
363 Jermaine Jackson 10 Audio 1984 Arista
364 Do What You Do 2 Audio 1984 Arista
365 (Closest Thing To) Perfect 2 Audio 1985 Arista
366 Precious Moments 10 Audio 1986 Arista
367 I Think It's Love 4 Audio 1986
368 I Like Your Style 10 Audio 1981 Motown
369 Jermaine 9 Audio 1980 Motown

Born: 11 December 1954 in Gary, Indiana, USA.

He is also known as Muhammad Abdul Aziz since his conversion to Islam during the 1980s.

Jermaine was a member of the original Jackson 5. In 1976 when they changed labels from [l=Motown] to [l=CBS] (later [l=Epic]) via [l=Philadelphia International Records], and were forced to rename the band The Jacksons. Jermaine, who was married to Hazel Gordy, daughter of the Jackson 5's Motown manager [a=Berry Gordy], left the Jacksons to start a solo career.

He was replaced by Randy Jackson in The Jacksons. He had some success as a solo artist and officially rejoined The Jacksons in 1984, alongside his solo career, making it a sextet of Jackson brothers until their final split in 1990.

He currently lives in Dubai and often resides in Bahrain.

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