The Jacksons ‎– Triumph (1980)

Triumph is an album by American brotherly soul act The Jacksons, released in 1980 on Epic. The album is the brother’s fourth since leaving Motown and dropping “5” from the nameplate.

Tracklist:
A1. “Can You Feel It” (5:58)
A2. “Lovely One” (4:51)
A3. “Your Ways” (4:32)
A4. “Everybody” (5:01)
B1. “This Place Hotel” (5:44)
B2. “Time Waits for No One” (3:23)
B3. “Walk Right Now” (6:28)
B4. “Give It Up” (4:20)
B5. “Wondering Who” (4:19)

Credits:
Michael Jackson – lead and backing vocals
Jackie Jackson – backing vocals, lead vocals (track 9)
Tito Jackson – guitar, backing vocals
Marlon Jackson – backing vocals, timpani (track 5), co-lead vocals (track 8)
Randy Jackson – percussion, backing vocals, co-lead vocals (track 1)
Greg Phillinganes – keyboards, synthesizer (track 7)
Ronnie Foster – keyboards (1, 9)
Michael Boddicker – synthesizer (7, 9)
Webster Lewis – synthesizer (7)
Nathan Watts – bass (1-3, 5, 7)
Mike McKinney – bass (4)
Clay Drayton – bass (6, 8)
Michael Sembello – guitar (2, 5, 8)
Phil Upchurch – guitar (3)
Paul Jackson, Jr. – guitar (5)
David Williams – guitar (1-5, 7-9)
Greg Poree – guitar (6)
Ollie E. Brown – drums (1, 2, 4-9)
Paulinho da Costa – percussion (2, 3, 5-8)
Lenny Castro – percussion (9)
Gary Coleman – vibraphone (1, 7, 8)
Gary Herbig – flute (7)
Jerry Hey – horns (4, 5, 7)
Bill Reichenbach, Kim Hutchcroft, Larry Hall – horns (4, 7)
La Toya Jackson – voice scream (track 5)
Julia Tillman Waters, Maxine Willard Waters, Stephanie Spruill – backing vocals (track 5)
Audra Tillman, Brian Stilwell, Brigette Bush, Gerry Gruberth, Lita Aubrey, Peter Wade, Rhonda Gentry, Roger Kenerly II, Soloman Daniels, Yolanda Kenerly – backing vocals (The Children’s Choir) (track 1)
Arnold McCuller, Bob Mack, Bunny Hull, Carmen Twillie, Carolyn Dennis, Gerry Garrett, Gregory Wright, Jim Gilstrap, Josie James, Lewis Price, Lisa Roberts, Paulette Brown, Paulette McWilliams, Phyllis St. James, Tyrell “Rock” Deadrick, Roger Kenerly-Saint, Ronald Vann, Roy Galloway, Venetta Fields – backing vocals (The Adults’ Choir) (track 1)

Produced, arranged, written and composed by the Jacksons except for “Everybody” (written by Michael Jackson, Tito Jackson and Mike McKinney)
Greg Phillinganes – associate producer
Tom Perry – engineer

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