Tuesday, March 27, 2012


In jurul lumii iti scriu povestea,
Ca orbul care-ti vede marea,
Cand valuri tainice se-aduna
Timid, sa-ti simta mangaierea.

Sunt surdul care tot te-asculta
In noapte cum ne furi pacatul,
Sa faci din el iubirea surda
Venita-n zori s-aline gandul.

Sunt calator prin lumi inchise
Si simt cum aripa m-atinge
Delicat, un gand amar se stinse
Si-o dalba zi in locu-i se alinta.

Si am sfarsit prin a-mpleti
Atatea stele in falnica poveste
Incat lumina lor cea vie
Aduce prin noi finaluri intelese.

Nu vad, dar esti a mea lumina,
N-aud, dar esti al vremii glas,
Cand regasit in noi, citim povestea
Caci este tot ce-a mai ramas.

by Al.

Defending a King~His Life & Legacy:Dr. Karen Moriarty

Michael Jackson Making of Give In To Me HQ RARE

Michael & Janet Jackson-Rhythm on the dancefloor Best Mash-Up Ever

Captain EO Making of part 2

Michael Jackson in White House 1990 so rare!!!

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Michael Jackson -[Esonic TV] CM- (Taiwan)

MJ- no comment


hide and seek?

aici mai avem niste poze

astea ultimele, ghici, Ali, ptr cine sunt:))?

- E! to get First Tour of Michael Jackson's Home With 'Real Housewives'

via press release:

Los Angeles, CA – March 23, 2012 – Get ready for a real “thriller” as E! News gives viewers the opportunity of a lifetime with a never-before-scene look inside Michael Jackson’s former estate. E!’s Giuliana Rancic joins listing broker and television star Mauricio Umansky as E! News goes inside the King of Pop’s mysterious, $23.9 million 17,000-square foot French Chateau-style home this Friday, March 23rd at 7:00 and 11:30 PM on E! News. Immediately following the tour, the video will be available in its entirety on E! Online (www.eonline.com).

The 7-bedroom, 13-bathroom home is finished with high-end amenities such as a theater, wine cellar with tasting room, an elevator, 14 fireplaces, a spacious spa with gym and a large swimming pool, and sits on over an acre in the prestigious Holmby Hills real estate market. The listing broker for the mansion, Mauricio Umansky, gives Giuliana a never-before-seen tour with some real estate insider details, including how they screen clients to make sure they are wealthy enough to purchase the house before even seeing it.

Umansky says “I knew him, and my wife [Kyle Richards] has been friends with Michael Jackson since she was 8-to-10 years old. And I personally think there’s some great energy in the house. I’m excited to be selling it. Michael Jackson was an amazing human being — he changed music as we know it. Unfortunately, he passed away. It doesn’t take away from the house.”

In the days following Michael Jackson’s death, fans flocked to the Holmby Hills, California home he was renting to pay their respects. Two and a half years later, E! News is the first to take you inside. Tune in this Friday, March 23rd at 7:00pm and 11:30pm.

Long live the King of Pop

We saw the funeral. We saw the posthumous movie "This Is It." We saw the manslaughter trial of his doctor.

The King of Pop may be dead, but he is coming to an arena near you. "Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour" is the No. 1 tour in the music business right now, grossing more than $1 million a night -- doing bigger business per city than current outings by Kanye West/Jay-Z, Bob Seger and Brad Paisley.

Even though it's sort of a Michael Jackson concert without Michael, what Cirque du Soleil's "Immortal" -- which lands at Target Center Tuesday and Wednesday -- underscores is that Jackson remains immensely popular nearly three years after he overdosed.

"He was strangely reborn as a pop star with his death," said filmmaker and culture critic Nelson George, who has written two books on Jackson.

The pop icon certainly has been boffo box office of late. In October, when Forbes last calculated the income of dead musicians, Jackson was the runaway winner, having grossed $170 million in the previous year. Elvis Presley ranked second with a mere $55 million.

Since Jackson's death on June 25, 2009, at age 50, his estate has pulled in more than half a billion dollars, including $60 million upfront for the movie "This Is It" and $250 million for a 10-project record deal with Sony, according to Forbes.

"Michael is Elvis," said George. "In terms of iconography of cult Americana, Michael is replacing Elvis in so many different ways."

For one, Jackson is taking over for Presley in Las Vegas, where the rock 'n' roll king reigned for decades. Cirque du Soleil has announced the December closing of its "Viva Elvis" show after less than two years in Vegas and the opening of a resident production of "Immortal" there in 2013 to complement its Beatles' show, "Love," which opened in 2006, and the touring "Immortal."

Because he didn't tour in the United States between 1988 and his death, "Immortal" has become something of a surrogate Jackson tour.

"You cannot ever replace Michael," said Jackie Jackson, second oldest member of the Jackson 5.

But Jackie said that his brother always wanted to work with Cirque du Soleil so, of course, the Jacksons cooperated on "Immortal," which features Michael's voice on more than three dozen songs.

Directed and written by Jamie King -- Madonna's longtime collaborator -- the show doesn't follow a story arc, per se, but rather jumps around chronologically and features images of Jackson's career from his bejeweled glove to Bubbles the chimpanzee.

Big abroad

The 1990s were not kind to Jackson, especially in the States. To be sure, he scored hits, including the chart-topping "You Are Not Alone" and "Scream," a duet with his sister, Janet. But he was rocked by negative headlines, including allegations of child molestation, that made him a concert attraction non grata.

Except abroad. On two separate tours -- to support the "Dangerous" and "HIStory" albums -- he performed in Europe, Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Oceania, South America and Mexico. The only U.S. venue was Hawaii. All the concerts were sold out.

"He's truly a global icon," said choreographer/dancer Travis Payne, who worked with Jackson from 1992 to 2009 and collaborated on "Immortal." "You could just feel a definite tonal shift in the way that he was perceived and received in all parts of the world."

After experiencing teen stardom with the Jackson 5 in the 1970s, Jackson became a solo sensation in the 1980s, peaking with "Thriller," which became the best-selling album of all time (29 million sold in the States alone) and led to a then-record seven Grammys.

"He came of age artistically at a time when his art could be presented in a multimedia way," said Joe Vogel, a Huffington Post critic who wrote the 2011 book "Man in the Music: The Creative Life and Work of Michael Jackson."

"We don't just hear the songs. There's the visual representation. There's the music videos. There's the dances. There's the iconography. There's the costumes. There's this whole web of things that we associate with Michael Jackson. People can relate to it in all those different ways. It's very multi-sensory."

It wasn't just those big-budget music videos with wow-inducing visual effects that hooked fans. While Elvis rocked and the Beatles made us sing along, Michael made us dance. He may have recorded more enduring dance tunes -- from the Jackson 5's "I Want You Back" to his own "Billie Jean" -- than any other pop figure.

Emil Campbell, who used to be a Jackson impersonator in a Las Vegas revue, still turns to Jackson songs with his popular Twin Cities show band the R Factor whenever he wants to be starting something on the dance floor.

"His music just makes you want to move," said Campbell, who has been performing Michael's music professionally for four decades.

But Michael didn't just do dance tunes.

"There's a depth and a range to his catalog," Vogel said. "He has ballads, he has protest songs, he has anthems, he has dance music. He did gospel, he did R&B, he did pop, he did hip-hop. It's not a traditional pop catalog where all the songs are love and relationships."

As inventive as his music may have been rhythmically and sonically, it was clearly mainstream and had mass appeal.

"It was clean and wholesome. It wasn't nasty music," explained singer Campbell. "You didn't have to worry about who is in the room. Your grandma could listen to it."

But what may have been the strongest magnet for Michael was the way he made you feel when he was onstage.

"He was the ultimate performer," said superfan Emily Clifford, 24, of Minneapolis, who regularly wears leather jackets like those her idol wore in the "Thriller" video and on the cover of his album "Bad."

Yes, he tried to be bad, but, as Clifford puts it, "he had the ability to have androgynous sex appeal that was both innocent and addicting." With that image, that dancing and 16 No. 1 songs, he became a demographic dream -- the first pop star to truly transcend race, genres, generations and geography in his appeal.

Dark side disappeared

Death obliterated the dark side of Jackson -- the child-abuse allegations, the plastic-surgery misadventures, the curious marriages -- and the masses focused on why we appreciated him in first place.

Released four months after his death, "This Is It" -- the highest-grossing concert movie ever, with $261 million -- was a crucial component in restoring his reputation. After years of his reclusiveness, the documentary showed the world what few had seen before: Michael as a person, his humanity and creativity in full view of the cameras. He taught moves to dancers, shared ideas with the show's director and created sounds with his mouth and fingers to instruct his musicians.

"He'd take as much time as was needed to get it right," choreographer Payne said of Jackson's creative process. "It was always about trying to top the last idea. That didn't necessarily mean bigger. It definitely meant different. It needed to have some surprise element. He wanted [the dancing] to be entertaining enough that it catches people's eye but simple enough that they want to get up and do it."

The movie chronicles the preparation for Jackson's ballyhooed comeback This Is It show -- 50 nights at London's O2 Arena in 2009-10 -- that never happened. Thus, for younger fans who never experienced Jackson in concert, this "Immortal" tour is it.

Matt Webster, 28, of Minneapolis, has a $175 ticket for Target Center. Actually, he had plans to see Jackson live for the first time in London three years ago.

"He was the coolest guy in the whole world," said Webster, who, at age 5 or 6, started break-dancing to his parents' cassette of the "Bad" album. "I was looking at paying $800 to scalpers for a This Is It ticket in London. Now, if you can't have Michael, you might as well have the most grandiose tribute to him. Cirque du Soleil is the one thing that can do him justice. I'm super-pumped."

King vs. King
Jackson's estate out-earned Elvis' by more than 3 to 1 last year, according to Forbes magazine, which ranked the top earners among dead pop stars:
1. Michael Jackson: $170 million

2. Elvis Presley: $55 million

3. John Lennon:$12 million

4. Jimi Hendrix: $7 million

5. George Harrison: $6 million

Source: Forbes, Oct. 2010-Oct. 2011

RACIST Gene Simmons

Gene Simmons of KISS Visits the Maggot Kingdom

Israeli born screacher Gene Simmons, of the rock band KISS, is currently visiting Israel for the first time in 51 years according to an article in The Jerusalem Post.

“As an American, there’s no choice but to be supportive of Israel,” he said. “This is the Holy Land, and it’s no secret that everybody in America perceives Israel as it’s only real friend in the Middle East – who else are you going to rely on?”

Well, he’s right about one thing. Americans don’t have a choice. 30 million of their tax dollars are spent each day to support the terrorist state of Israel. But I would like to correct him on one thing:

Gene, you’re not an American…you’re an Israeli. I would suggest you stay there but it is not a place you belong. You come from a family of squatters who illegaly inhabit Palestinian land.

During an episode of Simmons’ reality show, Family Jewels, the ‘Chosen One’ gave his spoiled brat son a little lesson in Talmudic Judaism:

“Just hire a Gentile to fix your car. That’s what Gentiles are for, is to fix your car.”

Just take a look at this clip to put it all in context:

That’s right, Gentiles, you are here to serve the Jews. And this isn’t just something that just popped out of this maggot’s head. He got that same advice from his racist father.
But don’t think this is an ideaology confined to his immediate family. Here is what prominent Rabbi Ovadia Yosef has to say about us ‘gentiles:’
“In Israel, death has no dominion over them…With gentiles, it will be like any person-They need to die, but God will give them longevity. Why? Imagine that one’s donkey would die, they’d lose their money.
“This is his servant…That’s why he gets a long life, to work well for this Jew.”
Simmons brings his stale, jr. high mentality rock to the maggot kingdom. It’s a perfect soundtrack to the rape and slaughter of the Palestinian people. According to the JP article:
Even though he had never returned to Israel until this week, Simmons has always been an ardent supporter of the country, most recently sending a televised message to an IDF soldier (and Kiss fan) wounded during the 2006 war with Hezbollah, in which he called the soldier a “hero.”
Simmons loves death and hopes to dump massive amounts of radiation on Israel’s enemies:
“Do you ever doubt that if anything threatened Israel’s existence that the US would come to its defense with all of it nuclear capabilities? I don’t.”
O.K, I don’t do this often, but I’m going to dispense of all courtesies and give Gene this uncensored condemnation:
Fuck you, Gene! I hate your guts! I hope you become afflicted with the most painful case of bowel cancer and that your remaining years are spent in excrutiating agony.
OK, I feel much better now.

Tuesday, March 20, 2012


" make sure to tell him, i was looking for him at the platinum party... " ??? :S
"i dont wanna be with any company i can't comunicate with, that's why i must speak to you *yet*"
" we must have a true real marriage or it will never work... i'm not a phsycological i speak from the heart....

IM5: "Moves Like Jagger/PYT (Mashup)"

Quotes on Michael Jackson

“Oh, God! That boy moves in a very exceptional way. That’s the greatest dancer of the century”.- Fred Astaire

“I didn’t want to leave this world without knowing who my descendant was. Thank you Michael!”- Fred Astaire (shortly before his death)

“The only male singer who I’ve seen besides myself and who’s better than me – that is Michael Jackson.”– Frank Sinatra

Michael Jackson was vocally perfect. His technique, control, and timing were all perfect. Not to mention he has a 5 octave vocal range. The VAST majority of singers sing in 2 octaves.

Sunday, March 11, 2012

New MJ Book Coming Soon

Celebrity chef Kai Chase is gearing up to release a new cookbook entitled Fit for a King. The book will reportedly offer a different version of Michael Jackson's final weeks before his death.

Chase, the culinary master who has cooked for such big names as Mary J. Blige and President Barak Obama, also served as Jackson’s personal chef, and as soon as his name is mentioned, the conversation changes. Chase makes it clear Jackson had a profound impact on her life.

"When you read the book, you’ll see how things were different," she says, refering to the usual negative portrayal of Jackson's life. "I was feeding him and his children. He was going to rehearsals and the recording studio. He was energized, looking good, feeling good. I want to talk about the fun times - the practical jokes played on me in the house; me and the kids planting gardens. I was seeing him every day and working with him every day. He talked to me about a lot of things, [both] as a boss and as a friend - how to move on with your career, write books, this and that. I was let go at a certain point," Chase recalls. However, she was back at the mansion the day Jackson passed away.

Since his death, her list of celebrity clients has grown quite a bit and she says, "a lot of things are really coming to the forefront right now. The blessings keep pouring down. Sometimes I think he [Jackson] has something to do with that, and I imagine him and God high-fiving."

In addition to stories of her time spent with Jackson and his children, the book will also include the King of Pop's favorite dishes, mostly salads and fish, and other healthy offerings. She says Jackson actually suggested that she publish a cookbook once his 50-date 'This Is It' tour had ended.

"He was an inspiration to me," she said.

Chase says she listens to Jackson’s song "Keep the Faith" because "it keeps me inspired and motivated for greatness."

Chase is participating in the March 18 Drawing Hope International Gala Masquerade event in Beverly Hills, for which she is providing some of her trademark cultural fusion cuisine. She is also offering an at-home cooking lesson that will be auctioned off at the Drawing Hope fundraiser, which benefits survivors of rape and sexual abuse in 150 countries.

MJFC / hollywoodnews.com

Michael Jackson - American Music Award - Backstage. (with Elisabeth Taylor)

UVU graduate considers Michael Jackson’s musical legacy

Music » Joseph Vogel, author of book about Michael Moore’s trip to UVU, returns with book about the music of The King of Pop.
First Published Mar 08 2012 07:01 pm • Last Updated Mar 09 2012 08:00 pm
As we approach the third anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death, we know all about the marriage to Lisa Marie Presley, the architectural concept of Neverland, the molestation trials and, of course, Bubbles.
Joseph Vogel, a graduate of Utah Valley University and now a doctoral candidate in the University of Rochester’s English department, knows all about that, too.

But his aim was to write about another aspect of Jackson’s life: the music.
"There is a saying that you should write the book you want to read but doesn’t exist," said Vogel.
Vogel is the author of Man in the Music: The Creative Life and Work of Michael Jackson, published in November by New York imprint Sterling.
The book is a comprehensive analysis of Jackson’s music, believed to be the first of its kind in its sympathetic dissection of the singer’s solo catalog and behind-the-scenes details. That’s the music-making details, not the behind-the-scenes details that spread through the tabloid press. Instead, Vogel writes about how Jackson created songs hits such as "Beat It," "Man in the Mirror," "Billie Jean," "Don’t Stop ’til You Get Enough" and "You Are Not Alone." The author also considers Jackson’s songs recorded (and not recorded) between 1979’s album "Off the Wall" through 2010’s posthumous "Michael."
"Any review of Michael Jackson’s music was [from] more of a sensational lens," said Vogel, who searched libraries for a book about Jackson’s music, not his peccadilloes. He couldn’t find any that satisfied him, so, in 2005, he began writing his own.
As the rest of the world turned its attention to Jackson’s 2005 trial on child sexual-abuse allegations, Vogel instead contacted people who collaborated with Jackson to talk about how the singer’s creativity was channeled into the songs that made him The King of Pop.
Vogel was undaunted by rumors that Jackson was so insulated that he and his inner circle couldn’t be reached. Instead, the writer found that when he simply explained what his book was about, musicians and even Michael Jackson’s estate granted him interviews and rare access. Vogel had even planned to meet the singer during his 2009 "This Is It" residency in London before his unexpected death.
"I was a contributor to Joe Vogel’s book because of his approach," said recording engineer Matt Forger, who worked with Jackson on albums "Thriller," Bad," "Dangerous," "HIStory," and "Blood On The Dancefloor," as well as recording and mixing the "Captain EO" 3-D film for Disney, overseeing its installation at Disney theme parks worldwide.

"He has done extensive research to be sure of the accuracy of the stories he relayed," Forger said. "I personally believe that the truth is an amazing thing, no matter what the story or who is the focal point. The media can sensationalize anything it wishes. It is more work to discover what really happened from a historical standpoint. I realize that hard work and practice aren’t as exciting, but for those who are interested in knowing what it takes to succeed in today’s world, these are important lessons to be learned."
Vogel is detail-oriented in his approach, but aimed to maintain an approachable writing style that wouldn’t bog down readers with musical theory about timbres or tone scales.
Here’s an example of his description of "Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’," the song that opened "Thriller," one of the top-selling albums of all time: "The song’s arrangement is anything but random sound. It is an expertly layered rhythmic symphony that essentially bridges African and Western musical styles. Matching the diverse array of sounds are the idiosyncratic lyrics, which Jackson twists and contorts like a vocal acrobat. In suggestive fragments, he sings of the madness and hysteria of modern life: of ignored illness, mental breakdowns, unplanned pregnancies causing unfed babies, tongues like razors, and being eaten off of like a buffet. … The lyrics suggest Jackson’s growing feelings of unease and anxiety with the world, his sense of isolation and claustrophobia — and his difficulty in finding a way out."
When the book was published last November, it caught the attention of the national media, as well as film director Spike Lee, who was teaching a graduate film class at New York University. Lee invited Vogel to the campus to speak to his students.
In a statement released by Utah Valley University, Lee said, "Mr. Joe Vogel has brilliantly cracked the DNA, the code of the work, the artistry of Michael Joseph Jackson. I want to stress the word ‘artistry’ because people have forgotten or never understood that’s what MJ is, that’s what he worked at day and night. This is the book I have been long awaiting — a pointed, intelligent dissection of an epic body of work. Mr. Joe Vogel breaks it down album by album, song by song."
Vogel, a 30-year-old native of northern California, said that what attracted him to the subject of Jackson’s music was the artist’s appeal across genres. "I’m interested in people who challenge boundaries," Vogel said. "I’m interested in how people react to someone they fear, who are different."
That magnetism to controversial people was molded in Utah. In 2004, as UVU’s student vice president of academics, Vogel invited "Fahrenheit 9/11" filmmaker Michael Moore to speak on campus, sparking outrage among some students and Utah County residents. After Moore’s speech, Vogel resigned when fellow student-body officers took exception to his proposal to write a book about the experience.
The ensuing book, Freedom 101, became a 2007 Independent Publisher Book Award Finalist; another book, The Obama Movement — Why Barack Obama Speaks to American Youth, was published in 2009.
Vogel didn’t think his book about Jackson would be a controversial proposal. But publishers told him, before and after Jackson’s death, that readers would only buy a book that was a tabloid-style tell-all, said Valerie Alhart, press officer at the University of Rochester.
Vogel eventually found a publisher, and then secured a thoughtful foreword from Rolling Stone contributing editor Anthony DeCurtis.
So, if you’re seeking more information about Jackson’s vitiligo, Vogel would tell you to look elsewhere. But if you want to know more about Jackson coming up with the bassline to "Billie Jean" while driving on Los Angeles’ Ventura Freeway despite smoke coming out of his overheated car engine, well, this it it.

Ai se eu te pego Michael Jackson version.

Friday, March 9, 2012

Stephanie Mills - His Name is Michael


MJPassion.ro are onoarea de a va prezenta un interviu in exclusivitate cu cel supranumit “biograful lui Michael Jackson“.
Cu prilejul aniversarii a cinci ani deMJPassion.roJ. Randy Taraborrelli, autorul best seller-ului “Michael Jackson - The Magic and the Madness” a avut amabilitatea de a oferii in exclusivitate un interviu pentru MJPassion.ro, interviu pe care astazi, la ceas aniversar as dori sa-l impartasesc cu cititorii fideli ai site-ului:
MJP: Ai scris biografiile unora dintre cele mai faimoase personae din lume: Diana Ross, Madonna, Elizabeth Taylor, Princess Diana, Michael Jackson, etc, care dintre aceste biografii a fost cel mai greu de scris si care este preferata ta?
JRT: Fiecare carte este o provocare, asa ca, nu pot spune ca una a fost mai greu de scris decat alta. Cartea mea preferata este cea-a de-a treia, cea in care am scris despre Diana Ross si care se numeste “Diana Ross - A Biography”. Este personajul pentru care am cea mai mare admiratie sic red ca acea carte imi reprezinta cel mai bine munca mea.
MJP: “Michael Jackson - The Magic and the Madness” este fara indoiala cea mai completa si interesanta biografie scrisa vreodata despre Michael Jackson. Multi au spus, dupa ce au citit-o, ca este scrisa de Michael Jackson insusi; ca Michael ti-a dictat intreaga poveste, asta deoarece tu spui lucruri pe care el nu le-ar fi putut spune niciodata in public, ce crezi despre acest lucru?
JRT: Iti poti spune ca Michael a fost foarte folositor la scrierea cartii originale din 1991 si da sunt anumite lucruri pe care si-a dorit sa le ating si de aceea am evidentiat aceste lucruri pentru el. Si desigur, l-am intervievat de mai multe ori in decursul anilor, astfel incat sa puteti vedea si punctul  sau de vedere in carte.
MJP: A citit vreodata Michael cartea ta? Ai discutat vreodata cu el despre carte?
JRT: Michael mi-a spus ca nu a citit efectiv cartea insa si-a pus secretarul sa citeasca cartea si sa inregistreze pe caseta lectura – asta inainte de aparitia audio book-urilor! – apoi a luat casetele si le-a ascultat in timpul calatoriilor sale. In acest fel a citit el cartea. Mi-a spus ca este foarte multumit de intreaga carte, exceptie facand referirile mele la operatiile sale estetice, lucru despre care a spus ca nu era necesar sa scriu. Desigur, am inteles in totalitate acest lucru.
MJP: De ce crezi ca oamneii sunt atat de fascinati de subiectul Michael Jackson?
JRT: Desigur, muzica, arta si show-urile sale sunt responsabile in mare masura de aceasta fascinatie, dar de asemenea, cred eu, oamenii erau interesati de persoana ce se afla in spatele tuturor acelor efecte de fum si oglinzi, iar el era un om bun. De aceea el era o persoana caruia ii pasa de ceilalti.
MJP: Ai vre-o amintire legata de Michael, amintire pe care nu ai avut sansa sa o spui?
JRT: Am foarte multe… poate intr-o zi voi scrie o carte despre viata si experientele mele si atunci voi impartasi toate acele amintiri.
MJP: In cartea ta acorzi un spatiu generos relatiei dintre Michael si Lisa Marie, spui lucruri interesante si vorbesti despre o relatie foarte romantica. Crezi ca Lisa a fost cu adevarat iubirea vietii sale?
JRT: Cred. Ceea ce iti pot spune este ca asta mi-a spus MJ, si il cred.
MJP: Cum crezi ca ar fi aratat viata si cariera lui Michael Jackson daca nu ar fi murit pe 25 iunie 2009?
JRT: Multe momente marete. Multe momente teribile. Cativa ani de lucruri interesante… este foarte trist.
MJP: Cand ai vorbit ultima data cu Michael?
JRT: Cred ca a fost cu un an inainte de a muri, la telefon, a fost foarte scurt. Insa parea bine, sanatos si fericit.
MJP: Stiu ca esti un mare fan Dianna Ross si ca l-ai cunoscut pe Michael datorita ei, cum a fost?
JRT: Eram amandoi foarte mici. Eram impreuna cu Fan Clubul Diana Ross and the Supremes in Philadelphia PA iar cei de la Jackson 5 sustineau prima lor aparitie ca artisti Motown la Philadelphia Convention Center. Dianna Ross ma sunat si ma invitat impreuna cu familia la spectacol. Am fost,  iar spectacolul a fost extraordinar! Dupa aceea, am mers in backstage si i-am cunoscut pe baieti. Eram cu totii foarte, foarte tineri.
MJP: In testamentul sau Michael a numit-o pe Dianna Ross ca si al doilea posibil tutore pentru copii sai. Din punctul meu de vedere, Michael si-a lasat cea mai de pret posesiune din viata sa Dianei – proprii copii; o dovada extraordinara de dragoste si respect pentru ea. Cum a primit acest lucru Diana? A fost foarte discreta in aceasta privinta.
JRT: Intotdeauna la iubit [Diana] si niciodata nu a vorbit in public despre el fara permisiuena lui, el stia ca poate avea incredere in ea. Chiar si astazi nu o vezi mergand pe la televiziuni si vorbind despre Michael.
 [Michael] a avut un respect deosebit pentru felul in care ea si-a crescut cei cinci copii; niciunul dintre ei nu a avut vreodata probleme. Asa ca acesta este unul dintre motivele pentru care a ales-o ca si a doua persoana care ar putea fi tutorele copiilor sai.
MJP: Vorbind de copii lui Michal; s-au scris mii de articole si sute de zvonuri au circulat despre acestia, dar fara indoiala Prince, Paris si Blanket sunt copii lui, creatia lui, urmasii lui. Ei sunt cei care au misiunea de a duce mesajul si munca sa caritabila mai departe. Cum ii vezi peste 10 ani?
JRT: Ii vad pe toti in show business. Pun pariu ca Paris va fi actrita iar cei doi Prince vor fi in spatele scenei intr-un anumit fel, producatori sau regizori. Cred ca vor avea o viata buna si frumoasa, si intotdeauna le va lipsi tatal lor.
MJP: Cariera si viata lui Michael a fost cu urcusuri si coborasuri, insa in anul 2000 totul s-a schimbat. Din 2000 viata sa a luat o traiectorie descendenta, ce crezi ca s-a intamplat de fapt acolo?
JRT: Ei bine, putin dupa anul 2000 lucrurile au inceput sa sa se strice, iar vina ii apartine lui Martin Basir. MJ a avut incredere in el, si am vazut cu totii cum a decurs totul. Dupa acel documentar lucrurile rele au inceput sa vina unul dupa altul… Dar cred ca lucrurile ar fi avut o intorsatura buna o data cu This Is It, chiar cred asta. Daca Michael ar fi avut aceasta sansa, si-ar fi revendicat locul sau de drept in mintea si inima celor care au avut indoieli in privinta sa. Fanii, desigur, i-au ramas aproape la bine si la greu iar el le era recunoscator pentru asta.
MJP: Visul lui Michael a fost acela de a schimba lumea, de a face din aceasta un loc mai bun pentru generatiile viitoare, pentru copii nostrii, pentru noi… Ce crezi, a reusit asta?
JRT: In felul lui da, desigur. Visul lui Michael a fost acela ca fiecare persoana sa contribuie la asta. Cu totii putem face multe lucruri, cu totii putem contribui intr-un fel – incepand cu cateva schimbari in propriul nostru comportament si in modul in care ii tratam pe ceilalti. Mare partea din filozofia sa este in muzica sa, desigur. Tot ceea ce avem de facut este sa o ascultam.
MJP: Stiu ca acum pregatesti lansarea unei noi carti biografice despre familia Kennedy: “After Camelot - A PERSONAL HISTORY OF THE KENNEDY FAMILY” cat de grea este munca la o astfel de biografie? Cum este sa scri despre acesti oamnei extraordinari? Oamnei care au schimbat lumea, au schimbat istoria?
JRT: Aceasta este cea mai dificil de scris carte a mea deoarece sunt foarte multe personaje – multi, multi oamnei care au avut un rol in istorie in felul lor. Este o foarte mare responsabilitate. Sper sa reusesc sa o vad dusa la bun sfarsit. O sa vedem ce vor crede oamneii atunci cand cartea va fi lansata, in aprilie 2012.
MJPassio.ro doreste sa-i multumeasca lui J. Randy Taraborrelli pentru amabilitatea sa de a sta de vorba cu MJPassion.ro si de a-si  impartasii  amintirile sale despre Michael Jackson fanilor Regelui Pop din Romania.
De asemenea puteti citi interviul exclusiv oferit de catre J. Randy Taraborrellipentru MJPassion.ro si in cel mai nou numar al revistei ICONIC Magazine.
Sursa: MJPassion.ro

Vad ca fanii   nu au fost multumiti de publicarea interviului in revista...se intrebau, pe facebook, daca urmeaza cumva Diane Dimond


nu stiu ce sa mai zic de Taraborelli asta...sincer

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Michael Jackson's Deep Voice

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Michael Jackson - Another Part Of Me Live HD (kansas City weekend MJ MTV)

Siedah Garrett II MEMORIES OF MJ

MEMORIES OF MJ: During one show on our Dangerous World Tour, I decided to surprise Michael by appearing on-stage wearing a blond wig to sing our duet, "I Just Can't Stop Loving You". Check out Michael's reaction!

The Newest Additions to Highly Successful 'ICON' Series


Michael Jackson - ICON (1 CD) Michael Jackson was one of the most beloved entertainers and profoundly influential artists of all-time, leaving an indelible imprint on popular music and culture. Already an icon as lead singer of the Jackson 5, he started his illustrious solo artist career at the early age of 13 with hit Motown albums such as 'Got To Be There,''Ben' and 'Forever Michael.' Michael Jackson - ICON features his biggest Motown songs including his No. 1 smash hit "Ben," his rendition of "Rockin' Robin," which reached No. 2 on both the Billboard Hot 100 and R&B Singles charts, and his top 5 hits "Got To Be There," "I Wanna Be Where You Are" and "Just A Little Bit Of You."

During his extraordinary career, Michael Jackson sold an estimated 750 million records worldwide, won 13 GrammyCopyright Awards, received the American Music Award's Artist of the Century Award and is one of a handful of artists to be inducted twice into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Jackson's sound, style and dance moves inspired subsequent generations of pop, soul, R&B and hip-hop artists.

Track Listings: 1) Got To Be There 2) I Wanna Be Where You Are 3) Rockin' Robin 4) People Make The World Go 'Round 5) With A Child's Heart 6) Happy (Love Theme From "Lady Sings The Blues") 7) Ben 8) We're Almost There 9) Just A Little Bit Of You 10) One Day In Your Life 11) Music And Me

Monday, March 5, 2012

Whitney Houston l-a vrut pe Michael Jackson, dar s-a iubit cu fratele Jermaine

Desi s-a iubit  in secret cu Jermaine, fratele lui Michael Jackson, cantareata Whitney Houston a visat intotdeauna sa se marite cu megastarul.
whitney michael 248x300 Whitney Houston l a vrut pe Michael Jackson, dar s a iubit cu fratele Jermaine
Whitney visa sa devina nevasta lui Michael Jackson
Informatii inedite despre viata regretatei Whitney Houston incep sa iasa la lumina. Potrivit ultimelor barfe, la inceputul anilor ’80, artista s-a iubit in taina cu Jermaine, unul dintre fratii lui Michael Jackson.
jermaine jackson whitney houston 300x300 Whitney Houston l a vrut pe Michael Jackson, dar s a iubit cu fratele Jermaine
Artista s-a consolat vreme de un an cu Jermaine
Amorul s-a curmat brusc, dupa aproape un an, cand barbatul i-a spus clar si raspicat lui Whitney ca nu are de gand sa renunte la nevasta pentru ea. Houston nu a suferit prea tare ca l-a pierdut pe Jermaine, ea fiind in realitate indragostita de Michael Jackson, cu care si visa sa se marite. Relatia dintre cei doi nu a depasit insa nivelul unei frumoase camaraderii intrucat megastarul era prea timid

Cititi mai mult: http://www.enational.ro/cocktail/whitney-houston-l-a-vrut-pe-michael-jackson-dar-s-a-iubit-cu-fratele-jermaine-133982.html/#ixzz1oF3SxpI6

Sunday, March 4, 2012

That's bad! £160million worth of Michael Jackson's back catalogue has been stolen

The king of pop: Jackson, pictured in 1999, had his song rights sold to Sony
The king of pop: Jackson, pictured in 1999, had his song rights sold to Sony
In April the details of 77million gamers were stolen after Sony's Playstation Network was hacked. The breach cost Sony £106million and hugely damaged their reputation. 
The attack on the Jackson files occurred shortly afterwards but has not been revealed until now. 
The hack was discovered during routine monitoring of social networking sites, Jackson fan sites and hacking forums. 
On the roster: Olly Murs also had work compromised
On the roster: Olly Murs also had work compromised
A source close to the company said: 'Everything Sony purchased from the Michael Jackson estate was compromised. 
'It caused them to check their systems and they found the breach. There was a degree of sophistication.
'Sony identified the weakness and plugged the gap.' 
The hack has compromised the work of other artists managed by the firm, including songs by Jimi Hendrix, Paul Simon, Olly Murs, the Foo Fighters and Avril Lavigne. 
The source added that the second breach happening so soon after the first 'would have made investors and artists think, 'What other part of Sony isn't secure?''
Last night Sony admitted there had been a security breach and that the Michael Jackson material had been stolen but refused to say how much the hackers downloaded. 
A source within the company said that although the Jackson estate had been told about the hack the company did not have to make the knowledge public as there was no customer data involved. 
They added that computer experts had traced the hack to the UK by examining a 'fingerprint' allegedly left behind. 
The Serious Organised Crime division took up the case and two men appeared in court last week charged with offences under the computer Misuse Act. 
They denied all charges and were remanded on bail.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2110022/Michael-Jacksons-catalogue-stolen.html#ixzz1oAiBTdIw

Michael Jackson's entire back catalogue, including an unreleased collaboration with Will.I.AM, has been stolen by hackers.
The Sony Music archive has been infiltrated by cyber-crooks, who have illegally downloaded more than 50,000 digital files.
Record company bosses paid $250 million (£156 million) to Jackson's estate in 2010 for the catalogue, including unheard material from studio sessions when the superstar recorded Off The Wall, Thriller and Bad.
A source tells Britain's Sunday Times, "Everything Sony purchased from the Michael Jackson estate was compromised.
"It caused them to check their systems and they found the breach. There was a degree of sophistication. Sony identified the weakness and plugged the gap."
The haul is also said to include a duet with the late Freddie Mercury and Black Eyed Peas rapper will.i.am.
The attack was discovered weeks after hackers targeted Sony's PlayStation Network in April (11), but was only confirmed by a Sony Music representative on Saturday (03Mar12).

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Saturday, March 3, 2012

WINDOWS TO THE SOUL (Michael Jackson Fan Art)

Paris Jackson Denies Faked ‘Michael’ Album Reports

Paris Jackson Denies Faked 'Michael' Album Reports
On Wednesday, TMZ claimed there is a video chat of Paris Jackson telling her friends that her father’s posthumous album, Michael, is not actually him singing.
Just before Michael Jackson’s album was released in 2010, Paris was said to be telling her close pals that her father’s parts on the album were actually performed by Jason Malachi. She reportedly played the song, Hold My Hand, and denied the entire album was done by her father.
She reportedly said, “It’s NOT him…the whole album isn’t even him! Go online…go on YouTubeand look up Jason Malachi. That’s him!! I should know if it’s him or not because he would sing to me all the time.”
Now, Paris took to her official Twitter account to deny the reports. She tweeted, “People should know by now not to believe the media when it comes down to TMZ talking about my family. #HoldMyHad IS my dad actually singing.”
There you have it! Did you listen to the album and feel that it was faked by an imposter? Or did you think that the entire album is legitimately Michael Jackson? Sound off in the comments and let us know your thoughts!
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