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Written by | October 23, 2015 18:57 | No Comments

But there was more than Demerol in the Jackson-Klein relationship, there was a real person, medical assistant Debbie Rowe, whom Klein introduced to Jackson. She married Jackson in 1996 and carried two of his children Prince and Paris, whose biological origins are still a mystery today.

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Written by | September 11, 2015 16:46 | No Comments

went to see Michael Jackson with a girl named Christina at MSG the night before (with Whitney Houston! and Marlon Brando!) and we’d been out all night (Id taken the next day off work), we were at a bar in Queens when we saw it on the news, I took the last running train back to the city as my niece Louba was at work and I wanted to get her home safely… crossing 5th ave I watched WTC topple. Picked up Louba and no way out of the city we went on a pub crawl…

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Written by | May 29, 2015 13:38 | No Comments

Choreographer Wade Robson sued the Jackson estate in 2013, claiming the king of pop had molested him during a 7-year stretch beginning 1990, when Robson was only 7. Unfortunately for him, Robson had testified that the singer had never abused him (during another molestation case in 2005), but he now claims that he got a revelation during a therapy session

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Written by | May 14, 2015 17:34 | No Comments

When we look at this great moment in pop, I think we will see it as an equivalent to the summer of 1982: the pieces are on the chessboard but the moves haven’t been made yet. The moment in pop, when videos became central to pop and rock, hadn’t quite happened. In January 1983, Michael Jackson would drop “Beat It” and MTV and videos would become the story of music

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Written by | April 17, 2015 13:48 | No Comments

Tony gives everything to the album, especially a playfulness and a depth of artistic integrity. On his website, Succar is quoted as saying “Even the horn lines, I would transcribe them from Quincy Jones’ productions and then apply them to the arrangement in a different way. The essence of every song was respected. I gave it my best to create this very thin line between what Michael did with his production and what I brought to the project.”

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Written by | January 8, 2015 0:08 | 2 responses

Michael Jackson lived and breathed excellence; he made millions because he gave to millions; world changer, people changer; one of the greatest performers of all time, a legend who left an immortal legacy and a shining example of the pinnacle of human achievement.

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Written by | November 13, 2014 0:01 | No Comments

A not untypically lachrymose Jackson sounding tearjerker ballad recorded during the Queen sessions for The Work in 1984. Freddie takes the first verse and it is a jolt when MJ takes the second, but there really isn’t enough of it.

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Written by | September 23, 2014 0:07 | No Comments

‘The treatment, which Dr. Mason perfected by slicing a small section of the eyelid, has been dubbed by local fanatics as the “Yorke cut.” In the simplest terms, the $600 surgery gives fans a chance to re-create on their own person the trademark Thom Yorke amblyopic left eye.’

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Written by | September 22, 2014 0:04 | No Comments

I haven’t been to Las Vegas since 1975 so maybe next year I should do it. I wanna see the Beatles “Love”, Britney’s solo show and this the second Michael Jackson-Cirque De Soliel collaboration. I skipped the first show when it played MSG and I kinda regret it. On Letterman on Thursday I can take a a look at # 2.

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Written by | September 17, 2014 0:06 | No Comments

Among the dead ones, Woody Guthrie had the terrible degenerative neural disorder called Huntington’s disease, Frederic Chopin had cystic fibrosis, and Miles Davis had sickle cell anemia! The problem is that musicians have to tour to make a living, illness or no illness, plus we have to consider that many of them can’t afford a nice health insurance!

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Written by | August 14, 2014 0:09 | No Comments

“Age of Consent,” New Order. Three years after permanent mope Ian Curtis offed himself, New Order effectively established a new post punk sound, sounding a bit like a less attention needy version of the The Cure. An unexpected entry on your “Songs About Jailbait” playlist.

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Written by | August 13, 2014 0:03 | No Comments

If Jackson was indeed a child molester these stories need to be told if only to change the vision of what a child molester really is, but do we need this nonsense from his maids? he had three children, he wasn’t living in squalor and he had a battery of maids to clean it up if he was.

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Written by | August 8, 2014 0:08 | No Comments

The rapport is full of graphic allegations such as ‘putting his hand over Robson’s clothed penis’, ‘putting his hand inside Wade Robson’s underpants,” and even ‘penetration of Wade Robson’s anus with [Jackson’s] penis. Of course Jackson invited the family to stay at the ranch and according to Robson, ’employed an audible alarm system for his bedroom [and] hung ‘do not disturb’ signs on his bedroom door.’

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Written by | June 30, 2014 0:06 | No Comments

As everyone knows, the place is huge, with a petting zoo, an arcade, some amusement park rides, a Disneyland-like railroad train station, a large garden with a collection of children statues, and a mansion with a toy room and game stations set up all around the house….

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Written by | June 18, 2014 0:03 | No Comments

I continue to have a problem with posthumous releases and I don’t trust them, they generally do not represent the artists’ intentions, they do not truly reflect his or her work, and I feel so uneasy when it happens to an artist I deeply care about. But there are posthumous releases and posthumous releases, they aren’t all equal on the moral scale

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