Jermaine Jackson

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Jermaine Jackson (now a.k.a. Muhammad Abdul-Aziz, born December 11, 1954 in Gary, Indiana) is an African-American singer-songwriter and bass guitarist. Formerly of The Jackson 5/The Jacksons and brother to Michael Jackson and Janet Jackson, he's known for emotive love songs such as "Daddy's Home" and "Let's Get Serious". Born Jermaine Lajuane Jackson to parents Joseph and Katherine along with the rest of the Jackson clan, he served as the original lead singer of a precursor The Jackson 5 until 1967 Read more on Last.fm

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I Wish You Love
Album (2012)
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You Said
Album (1991)
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Don't Take It Personal
Album (1989)
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Precious Moments
Album (1986)
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Jermaine Jackson
Album (1984)
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Let Me Tickle Your Fancy
Album (1982)
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I Like Your Style
Album (1981)
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Let's Get Serious
Album (1980)
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Frontiers
Album (1978)
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Feel the Fire
Album (1977)
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My Name Is Jermaine
Album (1976)
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Come Into My Life
Album (1973)
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Jermaine
Album (1972)