Over the years I've come across a few variants for the Jackson 5's first LP, Diana Ross Presents the Jackson 5, which was originally issued on December 18, 1969.
Take a close look at the line up of songs listed on both the front and the back of this promo version of the LP that was sent to radio disc jockeys
You'll notice that the last song on Side One is written as "You've Changed Me," rather than "You've Changed." Given that the correct title was a cover version of an original song the Jackson 5 had recorded nearly two years earlier at Steeltown that had served as the B-side of their first single, "Big Boy" (Steeltown 688), it's undertandable that some Motown staffer got the title wrong. Whoever had written the copy had probably assumed the last track on Side One was the Smokey Robinson song "You've Changed Me," originally recorded by Brenda Holloway. After all, most of the album tracks on this first LP were classic Motown covers.
There's a rarer -- and more interesting -- variant, though. On some LP sleeves, the last song on Side Two is shown as "Reach Out (I'll Be There)" instead of "Born to Love You."
Originally recorded in 1966 by the Four Tops, Bobby Taylor had produced the Jackson 5's version three years later in their original Detroit recording sessions, but it remained in the Motown vaults until 1995 when it was finally issued on Disc Four of Soulsation! This variant sleeve offers evidence that it had originally been intended for their debut album but, for some reason, was replaced at the last minute.
No matter what the differences from printing to printing for the sleeve, there's one constant -- Jermaine's name is always misspelled Germaine. It was never corrected, even on the 1981 reissue. You'd think that by the time he'd become Berry Gordy's son-in-law, they'd have learned how to spell his name.