Maybe Tomorrow
Maybe Tomorrow
The Jackson 5
Released April 12, 1971
Recorded February – August 1970 (tracks 3, 5 & 10); September 1970 – February 1971
Length 33:59
Label Motown (MS 735)
Produced by The Corporation & Hal Davis

Maybe Tomorrow is the 5th album by The Jackson 5. Tito, Jermaine, Marlon, Randy and Michael continue their prolific run, building off the same combination of swooning slow jams and funky rockers that had catapulted their previous outings into the Top Five R&B and Pop Album surveys. It is the last album that has been created under the primary direction of Bobby Taylor, Deke Richards (guitar), Freddie Perren (keyboard), Fonce Mizell (keyboards) and Motown co-founder Berry Gordy, who were collectively credited as the Corporation.[1][2]

There's also a 2001 reissue that was coupled with the quintet's Third Album (1970) and supplemented with two of the last recordings created by the Corporation, "Sugar Daddy", which initially surfaced on the Greatest Hits [1971] (1971) package, and the non-LP "I'm So Happy."

Track Listing

  1. Maybe Tomorrow
  2. She's Good
  3. Never Can Say Goodbye
  4. The Wall
  5. Petals
  6. Sixteen Candles
  7. (We've Got) Blue Skies
  8. My Little Baby
  9. It's Great To Be Here
  10. Honey Chile
  11. I Will Find A Way


This song spent six weeks at #1 on the Soul albums chart.[3]


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