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Joe Jackson born in Staffordshire in the year 1954. But he grew up in England. His father was a British Navy man. Just at the age of 11, he realized that he had interest in music and so started learning violin. And when he was just the age of 15, says Jackson, "I knew that I was a musician. There wasn't really nothing I could do about it." Although he started off learning to play the violin but later took to piano. When he was 16 years old, he started playing in bars. After some time, at the age of 18, he won a scholarship to study musical composition at London's Royal Academy of Music. But did not want to become a serious composer and so he moved on towards pop and rock. So Joe Jackson used to play in bands, he says "I was just interested in everything, trying everything,"

After he graduated, Joe took on various gigs and later formed the group Arms & Legs that earned him his first record contract in 1976. But after two unsuccessful singles, the group collapsed. So he started playing in the cabaret circuit to make money so that he can record his own demos. But lady luck smiled upon him when in the year 1978 a producer heard his tape. He was very much happy with Joe and so signed him to A&M Records. The album "Look Sharp!" was recorded straight away, which was released in the year 1979. After the success of the album, next came "I'm the Man" and "Beat Crazy" in the year 1980. Not only this, in reggae crossover he collaborated with Lincoln Thompson.
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Joe Jackson formed Joe Jackson Band and it turned out to be very successful and they toured extensively. When the band break off, Joe went on to record his own solo album that was fashioned in old-style swing and blues tunes. He released "Jumpin' Jive", that featured songs of Cab Calloway, Lester Young, Glenn Miller, and most prominently, Louis Jordan. He continued in his venture and went on to record "Night and Day". The album paid tribute to Cole Porter, his wit and style. The album was a smashing hit that appeared in the Top 10, peaking at #4. He then went to record another record which was highly influenced by jazz, pop and salsa, Body and Soul. The record went on to hit #20 and the record also contains the hit number "You Can't Get What You Want ('Til You Know What You Want)".

He then released a three-sided double record "Big World". Next came the instrumental "Will Power" . The albums "Blaze of Glory" and "Laughter and Lust" followed next. In the year 1997, he signed up with Sony Classical that released his "Symphony No. 1" in the year 1999. For this album he also received a Grammy award. In the year 2004 Jackson also performed for a cover of Pulp's Common People along with William Shatner for Shatner's album "Has Been".

A list of his musical journey Look Sharp!, I'm the Man, Beat Crazy, Jumpin' Jive, Night and Day, Mike's Murder, Body and Soul, Big World, Will Power, Live 1980/86, Tucker, Blaze of Glory, Laughter & Lust, Night Music, Heaven & Hell, This Is It, Symphony No.1, Summer in the City: Live in New York, Night and Day II, Two Rainy Nights, Volume 4 and AfterLife.

Joe Jackson says, "I think that even the most rootless traveler sometimes has to put his foot down somewhere familiar. You can't only go forward. Sometimes it's healthy to look back."

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