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Wednesday, 4 July 2012

Michael Jackson - The Great Talented Man

Michael Jackson is really one of the most successful pop singer in this era. His talent is amazing to know that millions of people all over the world and they are even thousands of people who continue to imitate him. you can look for inspiration everywhere. People go to the club and casinos and use the michael jackson's steps in his dance. If people want lot of entertainment in casinos than they can play online blackjack games in casinos and win lot of prizes and also get online casino bonus

Michael jackson is still recognized as the man who has sold the biggest amount of albums for one song, which was a thriller. Millions of people bought this album, this song seems to contain a different style of music, song and dance style suites with a very nice rate. Michael Jackson performed so many great shows that we can not so easily.He is certainly a very sensible man like Michael certainly likes kids.

She has always loved all the children equally and does not see the difference.

No one can forget his tragic death, and many people wept that day, which was indeed a great loss for the music world.Many people have tried to do the same style as it did until now no one has ever come close to it. Michal Jackson is still the best and he will remain in our hearts forever.

Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Michael Jackson first pop step

The world joins on new Michael Jackson video’s "behind the mask"

Led by the creative team at radical. Media & acclaimed director Dennis Liu,

The Behind the Mask Project launched in March 2011 with a state of the art web-site http://behindthemask.michaeljackson.com loaded with simple tools that defined the different roles could play. On entering the site, users selected an action like playing an gizmo, singing a lyric, acting out a crowd reaction or demonstrating a classic MJ dance move. Then, using the site is split-screen template; contributors could shoot their move right on the net site or with their web cam & upload the clip at the exact time it occurred in the video.





New York, NY This spring, the Estate of Michael Jackson & Sony Music gave everyone around the globe the chance to be an element of Michael Jackson is video legacy with The Behind the Mask Project. This groundbreaking, global online casting call prompted people in all corners of the planet who love Michael Jackson is music to shoot, upload & submit their own matchless performances for inclusion in the video; the project elicited an unprecedented response from 103 countries in the world. & on June 14th, The behind the Mask Project will be unveiled on www.Facebook.com/MichaelJackson.

Dennis Liu comments, This has been the most fascinating & fun project I think I have ever been involved in. It is been such a privilege, & was astoundingly moving to see so lots of people from all over the world join as, their creative voices, dance & musical talents bound together by Michael Jackson is spirit & incomparable artistry. They received submissions from the Sahara Desert to Venice Beach, from mountaintops to suburban backyards, with some shots featuring well over hundred people apiece. All who participated delivered astoundingly.

After submissions poured in from all over the globe they were carefully edited down by the director to the best 1600 submissions (including 50 children & 36 animals). On June 14th, the 35 million Face book fans of Michael Jackson will get the first look at this landmark video. New fans can log on to www.Facebook/MichaelJackson & click like to view the video.

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And the winner from Friday's poll is... "Will You Be There" - Free Willy with more than 43,000 votes!




Thursday, 12 May 2011

History and Blood on the Jackson Dance Floor Era

The History / Blood on the Dance Floor Period, 1995-1999, was of Michael is busiest eras with albums, his largest world tour, a number of the costliest and stunning short films as well as a heavy media schedule.

At the finish of 1994, Michael Jackson and Lisa Marie Presley made their first television appearance together at the MTV Film Awards, where Michael collected an award for Will You Be The Michael was soon back in the studio in the work of 1994 to generate his new album.




On the 23rd of February 1995 Michael gave a special preview of a number of the songs off the forthcoming album to the National Association of Recording Merchandisers. The NARM introduced him with the Harold Chapin Humanitarian Award at the preview.

The giant promotional campaign for the forthcoming album, History, was launched on MTV and around the globe on the 22nd of May 1995, with a stunning teaser film. The three minute History Teaser was filmed in Budapest in early August 1994, and directed by Rupert Wainwright. Fans were invited to participate in the film, which featured a immense army and stunning special effects. The film created a stir around the globe and generated giant interest in Michael is forthcoming album.

Finally, on the 29th of May, the first single from the History album was released. Scream was a duet with Michael and Janet Jackson. The short film for Scream was directed by Mark Romanek and had a giant budget of $7 million. It was a futuristic film in black and white with a brilliant dancing, morphing and other special effects. The 6 minute film smashed the record for the Most Expensive Music Video, a record it still holds today. Scream had an AA-side release; Childhood, which had a stunning short film, directed by Nicholas Brandt. The song was also the theme to the film, Free Willy one. The single debuted at number three on the US charts, making it the highest debuting single in the history of the Billboard Chart. The single went to number one in 19 countries.

On June 14th, Michael and Lisa Marie Presley appeared on Prime Time Live in an interview with Diane Sawyer. In the work of the 60-minute interview, Michael discussed his music and career and along with Lisa Marie, revealed details of their marriage. The programmed was watched by 60 million viewers and was the most watched program of 1995.

History broke sales records in its first week on the charts. In the United Kingdom it sold 100,000 copies in days and in Australia the advance order of 130,000 copies was the largest preliminary shipment in Sony Australia is history. Similar sales figures were witnessed all over Europe and in the US, the album went to number one. By the finish of June, History had sold a staggering 7.5 million copies worldwide.
The release of History was also met with controversy, as Michael was accused of anti-Semitism because of the lyrics in the song They Don’t Care about Us. Michael immediately issued an apology and took the album off the shelves. They re-recorded the song and re-released History, funding the cost himself.

The following day, Sony continued its $30 million dollar promotional campaign for History, by floating a immense statue of Michael Jackson down the River Thames in the United Kingdom. There were a total of nine statues throughout Europe. Each statue was ten meters tall, one, 100 kilograms in weight and made from steel and fiberglass. The promotion for History was the largest campaign for a single album at that time.
History- Past, Present and Future, Book one was released worldwide on June 18th, 1995. The disc album was a mix of greatest hits and new material. The first disc; History Begins featured 15 greatest hits from 1979-1991 and the second disc; History Continues featured 15 new tracks.

The album took a year in the studio to generate and Michael showed more independence on History, by producing the album himself, playing several instruments and writing and co-writing 12 of the new tracks: "Scream", "They Don't Care About Us", "Stranger in Moscow", "This Time Around", "Earth Song", "D.S.", "Money", "Childhood "Tabloid Junkie" 2 Bad, "History" and "Little Susie". They recorded covers for the album: Come Together (originally recorded in 1988 for Moonwalker) and Smile by Charlie Chaplin. R. Kelly contributed the ballad You Are Not Alone. They also collaborated with rappers Shaquille O Neill and Infamous B.I.G, singers Boys II Men and guitarist Slash. The album came with a 52-page color booklet with picas, lyrics, artwork by Gottfried Heinlein and details of every award Michael had won up until 1995.

On the 25th of June, Michael attended a press conference in New York, where it was announced that Michael & Janet Jackson had been nominated for a record 11 MTV Video Music Awards for Scream. Michael also announced that they would be performing at a concert for HBO called One Night Only at the finish of the year. They were then interviewed by Bill Bellamy for a special called Michael Jackson Changes History which was televised soon after.

You Are Not Alone, the second single from the album were released on August 15th, 1995. The short film to accompany the song was directed by Wayne Isham and featured Lisa Marie Presley. The single debuted at number one on the US charts, smashing the earlier record set by cream. You Are Not Alone was the first and still only song to ever debut at number on the US Billboard Chart. The single was a worldwide smash, reaching number one in three countries and record sales for History soared.
On the 17th of August, Michael Jackson participated in his first ever net Simulcast. It was the largest ever cyber chat at the time and drew in over 16,000 fans, who asked Michael questions about his music and life.

Michael attended the MTV Video Music Awards on September 7th, where they opened the show with a brilliant performance. Slash joined Michael onstage for the performance which included Black or White, Billie Jean, Dangerous and You Are Not Alone. Michael and Janet won awards for Scream, including Best Dance Video, Best Art Direction and Best Choreography.
Michael graced lots of other awards shows with appearances in 1995, including BETs 10th Anniversary show, where they was inducted in to their Walk of Fame. They also performed Dangerous and You Are Not Alone at Soul Trains 25th Anniversary show where they were inducted in to the Soul Train Hall of Fame. In October, Michael appeared on the popular Italian TV show, Witten Das, to perform Earth Song and Dangerous. The show was viewed by 21 million people, breaking Italian viewing records.

On November 27, History is third single, Earth Song, was released worldwide, but not in the US. The short film for the song was directed by Nicholas Brandt and was filmed in countries. The single went to number one in the United Kingdom and stayed at the top spot for three weeks. The song also reached the top ten in 16 different countries and sold three.5 million copies worldwide. The short film was also nominated for a Grammy Award.

Before the years finish, Michael successfully merged his ATV music publishing company with Sony, generating Sony/ATV Music Publishing. The company contains over 400,000 songs and became the second largest music publishing company in the world.

While rehearsing for the special One Night Only, on December 6th 1995, Michael collapsed and was rushed to hospital suffering dehydration, low blood pressure as well as a viral infection. They spent several days in hospital. The special was finally called off due to HBO management changes and insurance reasons.

Wednesday, 4 May 2011

Michael Jackson Dangerous Era.

The Dangerous Period, 1990-1994, would usher in a new decade with new sounds & the best in contemporary concert entertainment. Michael Jackson set new recording, filming & entertainment standards that were legendary.

Beginning the new Period off, in 1990, Michael was honoured with lots of awards, including several â Entertainer of the Decadeâ  awards from Soul Train, MTV & Sony. They was honoured at the White House by President George Bush, who introduced him with a special a Entertainer of the Decade Awardâ. They also received the American Cinema Award for â Entertainer of the Decadeâ  introduced to him by Elizabeth Taylor.





Michael started recording the new album on June 25, 1990. In the work of the year, Michael lent his voice to an episode of the Simpsons, called "Stark Raving Dad", under the pseudonym "John Jay Smith". The use of Michael's voice in the episode was not confirmed until lots of years later. They also wrote a song for the Simpsons, called "Do The Bartman", with Bryan Loren, which was released as a single in early 1991.

Michael Jackson originally planned to release a compilation album of earlier hits along with four new songs to be called â Decadeâ in 1990. However, Michael had written & recorded several songs & had lots of material to release an album of all new songs. In March of 1991, Michael renegotiated his contract with Sony, which included a 15 year 6 album deal. The royalty rates included were the largest for any artist at 25% of the retail cost of every album sold. The deal also included Michaelâ��s own record label. The deal landed Michael Jackson in the Guinness World Records again, for the Largest Entertainment Contract Ever, worth $890 million.

In September, Michael was honoured by MTV when they renamed the â Video Vanguard Awardâ to â Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Awardâ.

On November 14, 1991, Michael released the first single & short film from the Dangerous album, called â Black or Whiteâ. For the 11 minute short film, Michael again asked John Landis to direct. The film also starred Macaulay Culkin, Peggy Lipton & George Wendt. The film cost an estimated $4 million to generate & included wonderful dancing & special effects. The â Black or Whiteâ short film was of the earliest films to employ the method of morphing to change face to another at the finish of the clip.The debut of the short film was shown in 27 countries simultaneously & viewed by about 500 million people; the largest audience to ever view a music video.

The short film created controversy due to the last minutes, where Michael dances a Capella in the streets of L.A. Some audiences & critics saw the dance as violent & not suitable for relatives viewing. The day after its release, Michael cut the last minutes from the film & issued an apologetic statement. To date, the video is often shown with the final segment cut & is thought about of the most controversial music videos of all time. Controversy aside, â Black of Whiteâ went to number in 13 countries; staying at the top spot in the US for 7 weeks & Australia for 8 weeks.

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Wednesday, 27 April 2011

Michael Jackson Bad Era

The Bad Era years, 1986-1989, would confirm Michael Jackson’s super-stardom and popularity and prove him to be the entertainer of the 1980’s.

Starting a new and exciting era, Michael Jackson broke another world record in 1986. In February, Pepsi-Cola Corporation signed a 3 year deal with Michael Jackson for a whopping $15 million. The endorsement deal would include two Pepsi commercials and the sponsorship of Michael’s first solo tour. It was the largest endorsement deal of its kind in history.



Michael Jackson’s first major project for 1986 would be a 3D movie called “Captain Eo”, directed by Francis Ford Coppola and produced by George Lucas. Michael wrote and recorded two songs for the 17 minute epic; “We Are Here to Change the World” and “Another Part of Me”.

In the movie, Michael plays Captain Eo; a young man on a quest to transform a miserable planet and its evil Supreme Ruler (played by Angelica Huston) into a peace loving nation through the power of song and dance. The movie took almost a year to produce and estimated costs were between $17- $30 million, making it the most expensive movie ever made, minute for minute.

“Captain Eo” was released at Disneyland in California and the Epcot Center in Florida on September 12 September 1986. Michael also helped create a “Captain Eo” ride for Disneyland. The movie was extremely successful and ran for 8 years at Disneyland and 10 years at Epcot. It was also released at Tokyo Disneyland where it ran for 9 years and Disneyland Park in Paris where it ran for 6 years.

Michael began recording demos for the follow up to the Thriller album just after the end of the Victory Tour in 1984. Michael took on a massive task of writing over 60 numbers for the new album and recording approximately 30. The recording of the Bad album took place between January 5 - July 9, 1987 (except for “Another Part of Me” which was recorded for “Captain Eo” in 1986).

Once again, Michael teamed up with Quincy Jones as producer. Michael wrote nine of the eleven tracks himself; “Bad”, “The Way You Make Me Feel”, “Speed Demon”, “Liberian Girl”, “Another Part of Me”, “I Just Can’t Stop Loving You”, “Dirty Diana”, “Smooth Criminal” and “Leave Me Alone”.

Contributions from other songwriters and musicians were “Just Good Friends”, (written by Terry Buttan and Graham Lyle) which was sung as a duet with Stevie Wonder, and “Man In The Mirror” (Written by Siedah Garrett and Glen Ballard), which was recorded with The Andre Crouch Choir. Steve Stevens contributed a killer guitar solo for the rock-infused “Dirty Diana”.

The first single from the Bad album was a duet with Siedah Garrett called “I Just Can’t Stop Loving You”, released on July 27, 1987. It travelled to number 1 on the US, UK and other European charts. The song became the highest debuting single of 1987.

The highly anticipated Bad album was released worldwide on August 31, 1987. Bad sold 500,000 copies within five days in the UK; a first for any artist in the UK. It debuted at number one in both the US and UK and many other countries around the world.

The album’s title track “Bad” was released on 31st August 1987 (the same day as the Bad album) with an amazing 18 minute long short film, directed by Martin Scorsese. The film was shot on location in New York and starred Wesley Snipes. It reportedly took six weeks to make with an estimated budget of $2 million. The reaction to the short film and single was massive: it shot to number 1 in the U.S. and many other countries around the world.

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