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Michael Jackson Farewell My Summer Love 45 Record

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Michael Jackson “Farewell My Summer Love" 45.

Original Release by Motown #1739 MF (62353) (1984 Motown INC)

Publisher Stone Diamond Music Corp (BMI) Produced and arranged By Freddie Perren & Fonce Mizell.

Hard to find very collectable 1984 original release issue includes 45 record with original picture sleeve
From The Motown LP "Farewell My Summer Love"

Record is NEAR MINT ~ The picture sleeve is in nice condition with average wear.
Farewell My Summer Love (originally titled Farewell My Summer Love 1984 and later re-issued as Here I Am (Come and Take Me) in Germany) was a compilation of unreleased archived Michael Jackson recordings from 1973 until 1975. The album was released by Motown Records in the U.S. on May 15, 1984 as a "lost" Michael Jackson solo album that was meant to be released in 1974 but was later held off because of the Jackson 5's renewed success with "Dancing Machine."

The nine songs featured on the album were originally recorded in 1973 but had not been previously released. To give the album a more 1980s sound, Motown remixed the songs and added all new musical overdubs. The task of playing the updated sound was given to musicians Tony Peluso, Michael Lovesmith and Steve Barri. Together with drummer Mike Baird, they recorded new guitar, keyboard, percussion drum parts for the songs. The album reached #46 on Billboard's pop album chart and #9 on the UK albums chartand sold over three million copies worldwide.

The title track was released as a single in May, 1984. It became a Top 40 hit in the US, reaching #38, and a Top 10 hit in the United Kingdom, reaching #7. At the time, Jackson was riding high on the success of his best-selling Thriller album. A follow-up single, "Touch the One You Love," was released in the US and backed by "Girl You're So Together," but it failed to chart. In the UK, however, "Girl You're So Together" was released as a single, with "Touch the One You Love" on the B-side, and became a top 40 hit.


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