i_want_you_back_jackson_5.jpgDETROIT (AP) _ The Jackson 5 was one of the greatest in a long line of legendary Motown acts.

Now, 40 years after their single, “I Want You Back,'' debuted, the brothers from Gary, Ind., are returning with a CD of unreleased recordings.

I Want You Back! Unreleased Masters is out Nov. 10 and features a dozen unique alternate versions of well-known hits, and as Universal Music Enterprises puts it in a news release: “near classics and should-have-been-hits.''

The disc also includes Stevie Wonder's “Buttercup,'' a collaboration that was announced in 1974 but never materialized.

Ahead of the album's release, a single called “That's How Love Is,'' was available on iTunes starting Tuesday. It was mixed by original Motown engineer Russ Terrana.


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