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Updated on April 8, 2013

The King of Pop

On June 25, 2009, the whole world was struck by the news that, the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, at the age of 50 dies of cardiac arrest in his rented mansion at Los Angeles. Since then, many music fans can't stop commemorating his life through his wonderful music.

Michael Jackson 25th Anniversary of Thriller

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He was considered as the most successful entertainer of all time because of his incredible talent in music. His well known incomparable dancing moves, and very heartfelt voice warms the heart of everyone who came across his music. He is truly a total performer that ever lived.

This lens is a tribute to the King of Pop as we went down memory lane through his life and music.

Before Michael Jackson... There Was... - The Jackson 5

The Jackson 5 (also known as The Jackson Five or The Jackson 5ive or later known as The Jacksons) were an American popular music family group from Gary, Indiana.

Active from 1964 to 1989, the Jacksons founding member are Jackie, Tito, Jermaine, Marlon and Michael. They played from a repertoire of R&B, soul, pop and disco. They were considered as the biggest pop-music phenomena of the 70's.

The Jackson 5

The Jackson 5
The Jackson 5

"Dancing Inmates" from Cebu, Philippines - Dancing They Don't Care Abou Us

Michael Jackson: This Is It on Blu-ray

Michael Jackson: This Is It [Blu-ray]
Michael Jackson: This Is It [Blu-ray]

Amazon Reviews:

It's hard not to watch This Is It without feeling a mixture of sorrow and elation. When he passed away in the summer of 2009, Michael Jackson was in the midst of rehearsals for his final tour, an ambitious 50-date engagement. In editing 120 hours of rehearsal footage together, Jackson producer Kenny Ortega proves that it would've been an event for the ages. Michael performs material that spans his career, from a Motown medley to multi-platinum hits from Off the Wall, Thriller, and Bad. Though he hadn't toured in 10 years, it becomes instantly apparent, despite rumors to the contrary, that Jackson was still in full possession of that unmistakable voice--high-pitched whoops and all--and that he still had the gravity-defying moves of a man half his age. Jackson and Ortega also collaborated on some real showstoppers, such as a graveyard-set "Thriller"; an imposing "They Don't Care About Us," in which several dancers appear to morph into thousands; and a film noir sequence in which the singer slides in and out of Gilda and other black-and-white classics, singing "Smooth Criminal" all the while. Not everything works, like the Jackson 5 numbers, in which he flubs a few lyrics, claiming that his earpiece isn't working properly, but as he readily acknowledges, "That's what rehearsal is for." It's a tragedy that he didn't get the chance to share this dazzling show with the world, but Ortega allows fans to feel as if it actually happened--at least onscreen. --Kathleen C. Fennessy

 
Michael Jackson: The Magic, The Madness, The Whole Story, 1958-2009
Michael Jackson: The Magic, The Madness, The Whole Story, 1958-2009

Book Description:

So much has how been said and written about the life and career of Michael Jackson that it has become almost impossible to disentangle the man from the myth. This book is the fruit of over 30 years of research and hundreds of exclusive interviews with a remarkable level of access to the very closest circles of the Jackson family - including Michael himself. Cutting through tabloid rumours, J. Randy Taraborrelli traces the real story behind Michael Jackson, from his drilling as a child star through the blooming of his talent to his ever-changing personal appearance and bizarre publicity stunts. This major biography includes the behind-the-scenes story to many of the landmarks in Jackson's life: his legal and commercial battles, his marriages to Lisa Marie Presley and Debbie Rowe, his passions and addictions, his children. Objective and revealing, it carries the hallmarks of all of Taraborrelli's best-sellers: impeccable research, brilliant storytelling and definitive documentation.

 

Top Albums

Rock With You


"Rock with You" was released on November 3, 1979, as the second single from Michael Jackson's fifth solo LP and breakthrough album, Off the Wall. Written by Heatwave group member and songwriter Rod Temperton, the song helped Jackson score one of the first Billboard number-one singles in the 1980s, as well as one of the last big hits of the disco era.

She's Out Of My Life

"She's Out of My Life" is a song written by musical artist Tom Bahler. He wrote the song about Karen Carpenter, who broke up with Bahler after discovering he had fathered a child with another woman.

The song has been covered by a variety of artists, including: Michael Jackson, Patti LaBelle, Ginuwine, 98 Degrees, Jon Lee, Barbara Mandrell, Willie Nelson, and Josh Groban.

Thriller

"Thriller" is a 1984 hit single recorded by Michael Jackson for the Epic label. In the U.S., it reached number four on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart and number one on the Radio & Records singles charts, while in the UK, it peaked at number ten.

The 14-minute video is regarded by MTV as the greatest music video of all-time, and the song itself is considered to be one of Jackson's signature songs. The single was released slightly earlier in the United Kingdom, in November 1983.

Beat It

"Beat It" is a song written and performed by American recording artist Michael Jackson and co-produced by Quincy Jones for the singer's sixth solo album, Thriller (1982). Eddie Van Halen was drafted to add the song's distinctive overdriven guitar solo. A commercial and critical success, "Beat It" became a signature song of Jackson; he performed it on all of his world tours.

Billie Jean

"Billie Jean" is a dance-pop R&B song by American recording artist Michael Jackson. It was written by Jackson and produced by Quincy Jones for the singer's sixth solo album, Thriller (1982).

Originally disliked by Jones, the track was almost removed from the album after he and Jackson had numerous disagreements. The song's lyrics refer to a real-life experience, in which a mentally ill female fan claimed that Jackson had fathered one of her twins. The song is well known for its distinctive bass line and Jackson's vocal hiccups.

Bad

"Bad" was a 1987 hit recording by American singer Michael Jackson. The song was the second of five Billboard Hot 100 number-one hit singles from the album Bad, (the first a time a recording artist did that) and was his seventh number-one single overall.

You Are Not Alone

"You Are Not Alone", released in August 1995, is the second single from Michael Jackson's album HIStory. The R&B ballad was written by R. Kelly in response to difficult times in his personal life.

It holds a Guinness World Record as the first song in the 37 year history of the Billboard Hot 100 to debut at number one; it was later certified platinum by the RIAA. The song peaked highly in all major markets.

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    • virtualboy profile image

      virtualboy 5 years ago

      loved it all, especialy thriller

    • emmakeynes profile image

      emmakeynes 5 years ago

      Love Michael Jackson's music!