The First-Ever Michael Jackson Studio Records Scheduled For Digital Release

On July 13, 1967, Michael Jackson and his brothers went into Chicago’s One-derful Studios for their very first recording session, which took place fifty-six years ago. “Big Boy,” the song that came out of the session, was the first time Jackson’s voice was recorded and it was also the first recording by The Jackson 5.

The song is now being released digitally for the first time. Fans may buy “Big Boy (One-derful Version)” as part of a limited-edition release starting this Wednesday, December 7. The owner of the song, Recordpool, and anotherblock, a Swedish blockchain-based music and royalties marketplace, are working together on this new digital release.

The “open edition” bundle, which costs $25, comes with the digital vinyl B-side “Michael the Lover” and “My Girl” with their stems, pictures of master tape and agreements, and the song “Big Boy (One-derful Version)” that may be listened to through anotherblock’s player.

At a cost of $100, the “limited edition” features all the tracks from the 1967 Steeltown recordings in addition to newly created artwork and nine extra songs. “We Don’t Have to Be Over 21 (To Fall in Love),” “Big Boy (Steeltown Version),” “You’ve Changed,” “Tracks of My Tears,” “Lonely Heart,” “Saturday Night at the Movies,” “Stormy Monday,” and “Under the Boardwalk.”

These bundles will be accessible on the anotherblock website starting on Wednesday at noon ET and will be operational all around the world for 48 hours.

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