LITTLE-HEARD JACKSON SONG COMES OUT OF THE PANTRY

Published: Saturday, July 9, 1994 12:00 a.m. MDT
 
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A little-known 1967 release by the Jackson 5 stayed buried in a kitchen pantry until family friend Ben Brown began assembling a history of the famous family.

Brown was looking through his parents' pantry in Gary, Ind., when he found the master tapes of "I'm a Big Boy Now" by a 5-year-old Michael Jackson and his brothers.The song sold 10,000 copies 27 years ago. Brown began offering it by mail Friday to fans who missed it the first time. He insists it's an artistic project, not a commercial one.

"Kids love it," said Brown, who met the Jacksons in 1967.

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