Michael Jackson ‎– Off the Wall (1979)

Off the Wall is the fifth solo album by American vocalist/songwriter Michael Jackson, produced by Quincy Jones and released in August 1979 on Epic/CBS.

A1. “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough” (6:02)
A2. “Rock With You” (3:38)
A3. “Working Day and Night” (5:12)
A4. “Get on the Floor” (4:44)
B1. “Off the Wall” (4:04)
B2. “Girlfriend” (3:04)
B3. “She’s Out of My Life” (3:36)
B4. “I Can’t Help It” (4:27)
B5. “It’s the Falling in Love” (3:46)
B6. “Burn This Disco Out” (3:38)

Quincy Jones — producer, rhythm section arranger, vocal arrangements
Michael Jackson — co-producer, lead vocals, background vocals, percussion, rhythm section arranger, vocal arrangements, songwriter
Patti Austin — lead vocals, background vocals
Louis Johnson — bass, rhythm section arranger, songwriter
Bobby Watson — bass
John Robinson — drums
Greg Phillinganes — electric piano, Clavinet, synthesiser, rhythm section arranger
David “Hawk” Wolinski — electric piano
David Williams — guitar
Marlo Henderson — guitar
Phil Upchurch — guitar
Wah Wah Watson — guitar
Larry Carlton — guitar
Michael Boddicker — synthesiser, programming
David Foster — synthesiser, rhythm section arranger, songwriter
George Duke — synthesiser, programming
Steve Porcaro — programming
Randy Jackson — percussion
Richard Heath — percussion
Paulinho da Costa — percussion
The Seawind Horns — horns
Jerry Hey — trumpet, flugelhorn, horn arrangements
Larry Williams — tenor saxophone, alto saxophone, flute
Kim Hutchcroft — baritone saxophone, tenor saxophone, flute
Bill Reichenbach — trombone
Gary Grant — trumpet
Rod Temperton — rhythm section arranger, songwriter
Tom Bahler — rhythm section arranger, vocal arrangements, songwriter
Stevie Wonder — rhythm section arranger, songwriter
Ben Wright — string arrangements
Johnny Mandel — string arrangements
Gerald Vinci — concertmaster
Jim Gilstrap — background vocals
Augie Johnson — background vocals
Mortonette Jenkins — background vocals
Paulette McWilliams — background vocals
Zedric Williams — background vocals

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