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Show You the Way to Go
"Show You the Way to Go" is a song written by Gamble and Huff and released as a single in 1977 by The Jacksons on their CBS debut album, The Jacksons

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This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (March 2014) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) "Show You the Way to Go" Single by The Jacksons from the album The Jacksons B-side "Blues Away" Released January 6, 1977 Format 7" vinyl Genre Soul Length 5:30 Label Epic, Philadelphia International Songwriter(s) Gamble and Huff Producer(s) Gamble and Huff The Jacksons singles chronology "Enjoy Yourself"
(1976) "Show You the Way to Go"
(1977) "Dreamer"
(1977) "Enjoy Yourself"
(1976) "Show You the Way to Go"
(1977) "Dreamer"
(1977)

"Show You the Way to Go" is a song written by Gamble and Huff and released as a single in 1977 by The Jacksons on their CBS debut album, The Jacksons. It was the only number-one song for the group in the UK. It was later covered by Dannii Minogue.

Contents
  • 1 The Jacksons version
  • 2 Chart performance
    • 2.1 Weekly charts
    • 2.2 Year-end charts
    • 2.3 Personnel
  • 3 Dannii Minogue version
    • 3.1 Formats and track listings
  • 4 References
  • 5 Other sources
  • 6 External links

The Jacksons version

"Show You the Way to Go" became a 1977 hit for The Jacksons, (formerly known as "The Jackson 5") after their departure from Motown nearly two years prior. The move made it easy for the brothers to write and produce their own material. They spent a couple of years under the production and direction of Gamble and Huff and was signed to Philadelphia International Records. This was one of the songs that the producers wrote for the brothers.

This song was released after "Enjoy Yourself," released a year earlier. Michael sang lead and background vocals. Marlon Jackson, and the rest of the brothers (without Jermaine Jackson) had backup parts. The song reached No. 6 US Billboard R&B chart, No. 28 US Billboard Hot 100 and No. 1 on the UK Singles Chart. After recording the album Goin' Places in 1977, The Jacksons left Philadelphia International for Epic.

The single's B-side was "Blues Away", which was the first song Michael Jackson wrote entirely himself.

Chart performance Weekly charts Chart (1977) Peak
position Canada 52 Ireland 5 UK 1 US Billboard Hot 100 28 US Billboard R&B 6 US Cash Box Top 100 45 Year-end charts Chart (1977) Position UK 25 US Billboard Hot 100 171 Personnel
  • Lead vocals by Michael Jackson
  • Background vocals by Michael Jackson, Tito Jackson, Marlon Jackson, Jackie Jackson and Randy Jackson
  • Instruments by Tito Jackson, Randy Jackson, MFSB
Preceded by
"Lucille" by Kenny Rogers UK number-one single
June 25, 1977 (1 week) Succeeded by
"So You Win Again" by Hot Chocolate Dannii Minogue version "Show You the Way to Go" Single by Dannii Minogue from the album Get into You Released July 20, 1992 Format CD single: Australia
Vinyl single: Worldwide
Cassette single: UK Recorded 1992 Genre Pop, R&B Length 4:21 Label MCA
Universal Records
Mushroom Records Songwriter(s) Kenny Gamble
Leon Huff Producer(s) Bruce Forest
Andy Whitmore Dannii Minogue singles chronology "I Don't Wanna Take This Pain"
(1991) "Show You the Way to Go"
(1992) "Love's on Every Corner"
(1992) "I Don't Wanna Take This Pain"
(1991) "Show You the Way to Go"
(1992) "Love's on Every Corner"
(1992)

Dannii Minogue's version was produced by Bruce Forest and Andy Whitmore and was the first song released from her second album, Get into You. In 1992 it appeared on the NME charity album Ruby Trax, and subsequently released as a single, reaching No. 30 on the UK Singles Chart in August of that year.

Formats and track listings

These are the formats and track listings of major single releases of "Show You the Way to Go".

UK CD single

  1. "Show You the Way to Go" (7" version)
  2. "Success" (E-Smoove Groovy 12")
  3. "Show You the Way to Go" (Extended version)
  4. "Success" (Maurice's dub)

Australian Cassingle (C16040)

  1. "Show You the Way to Go" (7" version)
  2. "Success" (E-Smoove Groovy 12")

Australian CD single (D16040)

  1. "Show You the Way to Go" (7" version)
  2. "Success" (E-Smoove Groovy 12")
  3. "Show You the Way to Go" (Extended version)

UK Cassette single

  1. "Show You the Way to Go" (7" version)
  2. "Show You the Way to Go" (Dub)

Ruby Trax (Disc one, track 9)

  1. "Show You the Way to Go" (This is a different version to the album or CD version)
References
  1. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 341. ISBN 1-904994-10-5. 
  2. ^ "Image : RPM Weekly - Library and Archives Canada". Bac-lac.gc.ca. Retrieved 2016-10-12. 
  3. ^ "Top 100 1977 - UK Music Charts". Uk-charts.top-source.info. Retrieved 2016-10-12. 
  4. ^ "1977 Year End". Bullfrogspond.com. Retrieved 2016-10-12. 
Other sources
  • "Dannii.com". Comprehensive listing of all Dannii Minogue releases and song information. Archived from the original on May 14, 2006. Retrieved June 30, 2006. 
  • "DanniiMusic.com". Comprehensive listing of all Dannii Minogue releases, including commercial and promo items. Retrieved June 30, 2006. 
External links
  • DanniiMusic.com - official website
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The Jackson 5/The Jacksons
  • Jackie Jackson
  • Tito Jackson
  • Jermaine Jackson
  • Marlon Jackson
  • Michael Jackson
  • Randy Jackson
Studio albums The Jackson 5
  • Diana Ross Presents The Jackson 5
  • ABC
  • Third Album
  • Jackson 5 Christmas Album
  • Maybe Tomorrow
  • Goin' Back to Indiana
  • Lookin' Through the Windows
  • Skywriter
  • G.I.T.: Get It Together
  • Dancing Machine
  • Moving Violation
The Jacksons
  • The Jacksons
  • Goin' Places
  • Destiny
  • Triumph
  • Victory
  • 2300 Jackson Street
Live albums
  • The Jackson 5 in Japan
  • The Jacksons Live!
  • Live at the Forum
Compilations
  • Greatest Hits
  • Anthology
  • Joyful Jukebox Music
  • Boogie
  • Soulsation!
  • Jackson 5: The Ultimate Collection
  • The Essential Jacksons
  • The Very Best of The Jacksons
  • I Want You Back! Unreleased Masters
  • Come and Get It: The Rare Pearls
Concert tours
  • First National Tour
  • Second National Tour
  • Destiny World Tour
  • Triumph Tour
  • Victory Tour
  • Unity Tour
Television
  • The Jackson 5ive
  • The Jacksons
  • The Jacksons: An American Dream
  • The Jacksons: A Family Dynasty
Specials
  • Motown 25: Yesterday, Today, Forever
  • Michael Jackson: 30th Anniversary Special
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The Jackson 5/The Jacksons singles Singles on Steeltown Records
  • "Big Boy"
  • "We Don't Have to Be Over 21 (To Fall in Love)"
Diana Ross Presents The Jackson 5
  • "I Want You Back"
ABC
  • "ABC"
  • "The Love You Save" / "I Found That Girl"
  • "Never Had a Dream Come True"
  • "I'll Bet You"
  • "Don't Know Why I Love You"
  • " La La (Means I Love You)"
Third Album
  • "I'll Be There"
  • "Mama's Pearl"
  • "The Love I Saw in You Was Just a Mirage"
Jackson 5 Christmas Album
  • "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town"
  • "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus"
  • "Give Love on Christmas Day"
Maybe Tomorrow
  • "Never Can Say Goodbye"
  • "Maybe Tomorrow"
  • "16 Candles"
Greatest Hits
  • "Sugar Daddy"
Lookin' Through the Windows
  • "Little Bitty Pretty One"
  • "Lookin' Through the Windows"
  • "Doctor My Eyes"
Skywriter
  • "Corner of the Sky"
  • "Hallelujah Day"
  • "Skywriter"
G.I.T.: Get It Together
  • "Get It Together"
  • "Dancing Machine"
Dancing Machine
  • "Dancing Machine"
  • "The Life of the Party"
  • "I Am Love"
  • "Whatever You Got, I Want"
Moving Violation
  • "Forever Came Today"
  • "All I Do Is Think of You"
The Jacksons
  • "Enjoy Yourself"
  • "Show You the Way to Go"
  • "Dreamer"
Goin' Places
  • "Goin' Places"
  • "Even Though You're Gone"
  • "Different Kind of Lady"
  • "Music's Taking Over"
  • "Find Me a Girl"
Destiny
  • "Blame It on the Boogie"
  • "Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground)"
  • "Destiny"
Triumph
  • "Lovely One"
  • "This Place Hotel"
  • "Can You Feel It"
  • "Walk Right Now"
The Jacksons Live!
  • "Things I Do for You" (Live)
Victory
  • "State of Shock"
  • "Torture"
  • "Body"
2300 Jackson Street
  • "Nothin' (That Compares 2 U)"
  • "2300 Jackson Street"
  • "Art of Madness"
Notable collaborations and album tracks
  • "Who's Lovin' You"
  • "Hum Along and Dance"
  • "Time Out for the Burglar"
  • "Feelin' Alright"
  • "That's How Love Is"
  • "This Is It"
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Dannii Minogue Studio albums
  • Dannii / Party Jam / Love and Kisses
  • Get into You
  • Girl
  • Neon Nights
  • Club Disco
Singles
  • "Love and Kisses"
  • "Success"
  • "Jump to the Beat"
  • "Baby Love"
  • "I Don't Wanna Take This Pain"
  • "Show You the Way to Go"
  • "Love's on Every Corner"
  • "This Is It"
  • "This is the Way"
  • "Get into You"
  • "Rescue Me"
  • "Boogie Woogie"
  • "All I Wanna Do"
  • "Everything I Wanted"
  • "Disremembrance"
  • "Coconut"
  • "Everlasting Night"
  • "Who Do You Love Now?"
  • "Put the Needle on It"
  • "I Begin to Wonder"
  • "Don't Wanna Lose This Feeling"
  • "Come and Get It"
  • "You Won't Forget About Me"
  • "Perfection"
  • "So Under Pressure"
  • "I Can't Sleep at Night"
  • "He's the Greatest Dancer"
  • "Touch Me Like That"
  • "Summer of Love"
  • "100 Degrees"
Compilations
  • U.K. Remixes
  • The Singles
  • The Remixes
  • The Hits & Beyond
  • Unleashed
  • The Early Years
  • The 1995 Sessions
  • This Is It: The Very Best Of
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  • Get into You: Video Collection
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  • My Style
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  • Terry Ronald
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