This new unedited footage tapped by Michael Jackson's team in Neverland, offers a true representation of the controversial TV special "Living with Michael Jackson" of Martin Bashir, very far from the twisted initial broadcast.
Michael's "Dangerous Tour" was the biggest tour any performer had done in history, the staging took nearly 3 days to set up. The tour included 69 concerts reaching over 3.5 million fans. This concert aired on HBO in 1992.
The video clip on "Stranger in Moscow" was filmed by director and photographer Nick Brandt, the singer already worked with him on "Earth Song". According to the plot of the colorless roller... See full summary »
You know, I have listened to MJ critics for years, I'm a fan from the 60's , but because everyone is entitled to his or her own opinion, I will let the haters, hate. He was from the beginning, a stunning performer, and remained so until the end. I am so glad we have footage like this to keep those of us who appreciate his magic, and dedication to the art forms of music and dance. I, unlike some of the other's, loved the footage of the fans. It's always great to see the real reactions of the folks who were there live. The electricity of being in the moment, adds to the footage. You can't stage that. I love to see the fans in the US, going wild for a change, we always see footage of other countries. He belonged to the world, but he came from us. We can be proud, he was, and will continue to be an American Icon. I love you Michael, I have since 1969. Thank you, and I love you Jackson 5; for all the memories of my youth, thank you Michael for the music as we grew into adults, I am forever a fan!!!
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