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Michael Jackson - The Interview

  • Performer: Michael Jackson
  • Title: The Interview
  • Genre: SoundTracks
  • Country: UK
  • Record source: CD, Unofficial Release, Cardboard Sleeve
  • Released: 1994
  • Label: Tabak Marketing Ltd.
  • Cat#: CCD4081, CCD 4081
  • MP3 album: 2861 mb
  • FLAC album: 2676 mb
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 344
Michael Jackson - The Interview

Tracklist

1The Interview


Notes

"Reproduced from the Baktabak interview picture disc series"


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  • Barcode: 5017744510813


Album

Interview to Michael Jackson in 1980, when he launched his first solo album Off the Wall. By Sylvia Michael Jackson was already very famous in October of 1982-he had, after all, been performing professionally since he was five years old-he wouldnt become the King of Pop until November of that year, when Thriller was released. One month before that landmark album dropped, Jackson graced the cover of Interview. Interview: Michael Jackson. Sylvie Simmons. In 1983, Sylvie Simmons, writing for the leading US rock magazine Creem, interviewed the 24-year-old star on the set for the video of 'Beat It' - one of the many classic songs from his new LP, Thriller, which was to become the biggest selling album of all time. Michael Jackson looks fascinated by the whole thing. It's three in the morning before he gets his go. He's to come in, break up the fight and lead them dancing out of a warehouse. Pied Piper meets Peter Pan. Several more million sellers. His first solo album, Off the Wall, sold seven million copies. Thriller's not exactly ready for the cut-out bins yet. Michael is a compilation album and first posthumous album of previously unreleased tracks by American singer Michael Jackson, released on December 14, 2010 by Epic Records and Sony Music Entertainment. It is the first release of all-new Jackson material since Invincible in 2001 and the seventh since Jackson's death on June 25, 2009. It was produced by Teddy Riley, Theron Neff-U Feemster, C. Tricky Stewart, and Eddie Cascio, among others, and features guest performances by Akon, 50 Cent and Lenny. Michael Jackson is the king of pop, the man who made the biggest selling album in history, a man whose dance routines and tunes have entranced people in every corner of the globe, from Johannesburg. In this rare interview, he talks candidly to Magdalena, the Gold Girl, about fame, the burden of his childhood stardom, his view on the media, and his future in film. Magdalena gold girl : Do you most see yourself as a musician, an entertainer or an entrepreneur Michael Jackson: Probably all of the above, because I love entertaining and I always will love entertaining. I love becoming a slave to rhythm. Michael Jackson Interview with Ebony Moments Live Interview - Single, 2013. Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson Interview With Ebony Moments, 05:40. Now playing: Tones and I Dance Monkey. ХАЙП FM. The Weeknd Blinding Lights. Радио Красная Армия. Adele Rolling in the Deep. Jackson Interview Transcript. Interview With Ed Bradley On '60 Minutes'. 2003 Dec 28. Correspondent Ellen Crean. MICHAEL JACKSON: With the handcuffs, the way they tied 'em too tight behind my back -. ED BRADLEY: Behind your back MICHAEL JACKSON: Yeah. MICHAEL JACKSON: - album is number one all over the world. All over the world. America is the only one, because I - I don't wanna say too much. Exclusive interview with Damien Shields following the release of his new book Xscape Origins: The Songs and Stories Michael Jackson Left Behind. Many fans know Damien Shields by his writings on Michael Jacksons music and projects related to it. Following the successful release of his new book, Xscape Origins: The Songs and Stories Michael Jackson Left Behind, Damien has agreed to give an exclusive interview. We used this opportunity to ask him about his life as an MJ-fan, his opinions and the research that goes into his articles and books. The Michael Jackson Interview: Oprah Reflects. On February 10, 1993, Oprah sat down with Michael Jackson for what would be the most-watched interview in television history. Michael, a fiercely private entertainer, had refused to give an interview for 14 years. During their interview, Michael spoke to Oprah about missing out on a normal childhood. It would make me sad that I would have to go to work instead, he said. The sexual abuse survivor talks with outspoken Leaving Neverland accusers for new special. During the interview, Winfrey also poses a question that many of Jacksons defenders and Jacksons family members, who have denounced the film have also asked: why Robson and Safechuck continued to associate with Jackson after the alleged abuse occurred, with Robson even testifying on Jacksons behalf during his 2005 child molestation trial. Jackson was ultimately acquitted on the charges he died in 2009. I had no understanding of being abused



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